Get more bang for your buck this weekend at Young’s Dairy


Labor Day weekend is always bittersweet.

You get that three-day weekend, but you also know it’s the official end of summer.

If the weather cooperates, it’s pool time. But it’s also the last day for swimming unless you’re lucky enough to be floating in your backyard pool.

It’s the start of fall (yeah!), but the end of summer (boo!).

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It’s a weekend to celebrate so much coming up and say goodbye to so much leaving.

So what better place to celebrate the weekend than at Young’s Jersey Dairy? A place that celebrates the best of summer AND the best of fall all in the same spot.

There are the batting cages, the ice cream, the driving range, the ice cream, the mini golf, the ice cream, the animals, the ice cream, Cowvin’s Corny Maze and the ice cream.

From Aug. 31 through Sept. 3, Young’s will be hosting a Labor Day Family Value Weekend. Purchase a wristband good for all day, unlimited family fun. Cost is $15 (ages 12 and over) $9 (ages 11 and younger). Wristbands can be purchased at The Dairy Store, The Golden Jersey Inn, The Marketplace, Udders and Putters, Cowvin’s Kiddie Corral, Cowvin’s Fast Slide and Cowvin’s Corny Bin and allows for unlimited Udders & Putters miniature golf, batting cages, driving range, Moovers & Shakers, Cowvin’s Fast Slide, Cowvin’s Kiddie Corral, Cowvin’s Corny Maze, and wagon rides on the farm.

Free ice cream is not included, but with the savings you will be able to afford multiple sundaes and a home cooked meal at the Golden Jersey Inn.

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The Jersey Inn is definitely the way to go if you are eating a meal. Grab their best selling Reuben ($10.75) with corned beef or turkey or a BBQ bacon curd burger ($10.95) or a homemade black bean veggie burger ($9.25) and then head out for a day of play.

We don’t have to tell you to finish with some ice cream. It goes without saying.



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