During this review I want to be as respectful as I can but I am also not going to lie, it took us over an hour to get here as were from MA and they didn’t have much to offer. Overall I think we spent less than a half hour there and then thankfully found other stuff in the area to do. If your extremely local then id say it would be worth it but if you need to do any length of traveling I wouldn’t recommend going, but I plan to cover the good stuff as well. Upon pulling up my initial thoughts were this is a nice quaint/small family run and owned farm, which it of course is. There is a rocky dirt road and driving up you’ll see several bulls (male cows) and on the other side is the “ Winnie the pooh “ tree, which is really cute and could provide you with a nice photo op, If your small enough or agile and can climb in you’ll see a hollowed out tree with a window and that’s about it, also although there is a sign posted about the window and being careful ,a child actually did pinch his fingers in the window and started screaming so just watch them carefully! We parked around the circle near the white house as instructed and went inside, where I asked for the manager since she told me to do so. She offered us a sample of there raw pressed apple cider which is amazing by the way, she pretty much hurried us off to look around, it for sure wasn’t the warmest welcome. There is some sunflowers and mums decorating the area and some old farming equipment, next to that there is a small pumpkin patch, most of the pumpkins weren’t in the best condition but we found a 22 pound pumpkin I fell in love with so we purchased that, which was pretty expensive. They do offer fresh organic vegetables in there store which they didn’t have anything out when we went so we didn’t purchase any, which might be due to it being late in the season but if they were available they should have been out so I could see what they offered, the store is pretty small and there isn’t much room to look or move around Devon point does offer grass feed beef and other meats but when someone asked about the meats she rudely had them refer to a piece of paper, so he walked out. We did get some mini apple cider donuts which were still warm and very delicious, you could tell they were freshly made, each bag of 12 mini donuts costs $4 which is a good price for the quality. There is no pick your own apples which is a huge draw back to there farm, although I did ask why and I completely understand why they don’t offer it but they should plant some newer trees to accommodate those who would like to pick there own apples, I cannot remember the pricing exactly on the apples but considering you don’t pick them yourself I remember thinking it was pretty high. Just for comparison sake, the local farm I usually go to ( which I wont name out of respect for Devon point) is around 600 or so acers and Devon point is in total only 93 acers, so its very small. Overall there wasn’t much to do there.