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Szalay's Sweet Corn Farm, Peninsula

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  • Been going there for years and they never disappoint. Great produce. Great people. Good baked goods. Awesome corn. Love their peaches and plums. We go there at least 6 times each summer season. 
    Been going there for years and they never disappoint. Great produce. Great people. Good baked goods. Awesome corn. Love their peaches and plums. We go there at least 6 times each summer season.  more »
  • Lots of fresh produce, and more, beautfiully displayed in an open air store. So much to choose from, and then take the treat to the unique swing set tables to enjoy. On the main road north-south in....  more
    Lots of fresh produce, and more, beautfiully displayed in an open air store. So much to choose from, and then take the treat to the unique swing set tables to enjoy. On the main road north-south in....  more »
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  • Going in October, expect to have to park along the side of the road, as they get super busy! The market was great though, with a large selection and huge pumpkins! They only take cash and checks, but an ATM is on site. We did the seasonal corn maze and hay ride, which was just $10/person. It was well worth it, and the spinning barn was a great feature that my kids really enjoyed. Also, they stay open later than a lot of others in the area, until 7pm. Definitely a great place!
  • I went to school with Erica Szalay in elementary school and she was always a delight to speak to. This place is cool and we come here every now and again to catch up and buy fresh produce. This year, we went through the corn maze and found every exhibit. Corn maze cost $6 per person. Hayride is $5. Very nice place. It wasn't really spooky, but my son had a great time. There is hiking on the tow path right next to this market so you can make a day of it and have a blast like we did.

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