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“Fun country outing with family young and old alike, just farm life & bit of Az. History!”
Review of Agua Linda Farm

Agua Linda Farm
Ranked #2 of 3 things to do in Amado
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Owner description: Private 63 acre farm offering beautiful location for weddings, private parties and other events. Pristine mountain views, pastures, adobe buildings, huge trees and lovely gardens.
Reviewed 25 April 2016

Fun place to take the family, little ones as well as mom & dad let the kids run around and pet some animals, smell the flowers and learn a bit of history about Az. Just an old fashioned day on the farm!

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Reviewed 19 August 2015

Our youngest daughter & son in-law-to-be were getting married March 2015. They wanted to find a wedding site which would fit their personalities and unique to Arizona. Aqua Linda Farm in Amado, AZ feels like Old Arizona with rustic buildings, rambling grounds, and stunning views of Elephant Head. With family & friends coming in for the event from coast-to-coast and "across the pond," the couple knew everyone would enjoy the beautiful Southwest at Agua Linda Farm.

The owners, Laurel & Stewart, provided absolutely wonderful recommendations for desert entertaining with local vendors and caterers. Leading up to the wedding, Laurel, Stewart, & their staff put all kinds of nice touches around the grounds...potted plants, signs, chairs, etc. The bridal party had separate areas for getting ready...a lovely bedroom for the girls and an absolutely awesome, old-time bar/saloon for the guys. The girls "primped," while the guys "primed" themselves for the wedding.

The wedding was held in a grassy area surrounded by trees, overlooking the prairie and mountains. The reception was on the other side of the brick wall with that same glorious backdrop. As the sun set, everyone was in awe of the scenery. Later, strings of lights and the stars lit the night sky, while Stewart - who once worked in the music industry - spun dance tunes for guests - until the cows came home. ;)

From a Mom’s perspective, I loved watching our daughter’s & son in-law’s high school friends become friends with one another, blending with their college friends, co-workers, cousins, and aunts & uncles to become one BIG Family! What a nice way to enter into married life – surrounded by those who love you most - in an incredibly stunning setting.

As guests left, many requested a 1st anniversary party be held at Agua Linda Farm. After a beautiful wedding and fun reception, I think we were all trying to think of reasons to return. Would I recommend Agua Linda Farm for an outdoor wedding? You bet...please send us an invitation. ;)

LeAnn, The Bride’s Mom

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Reviewed 23 June 2015

This property was part of a land grant that goes way back to the early history of the area. There is one original building left on the property, I believe. You can see how the early inhabitants set up their living quarters and places for livestock. We went on a self-guided tour, basically. I thought it was worth the time it takes to read all the interesting facts about the history of the area and the people who passed through. If you find yourself in Amado, take a short tour of early history of the area.

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Reviewed 1 June 2015 via mobile

Beautiful setting for a family wedding! Plentiful shade with beautiful scenery every direction you look. Fairly well protected on a 102 degree day.

Thank Jeanne B
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Reviewed 22 November 2013

We took our entire group out to Agua Linda Farms, Easter, 2013 and at the time it cost us $25/adult and $18/children so you'd expect a little more than a tire swing, a few farm animals to pet, a tractor that pulls you around a large dirt lot, and a bunch of eggs thrown on the ground (not hidden). But believe it or not, that's all you get. Oh, except for lunch. By the time we got done with the tractor ride, all of the good food was gone and all they had was stale bread and sandwiches, and some old fruit. NO EXAGERATION!!!! They didn't have enough food for everybody. When we tried to complain, the lady said, "Sorry, no refunds!" It was THE most disappointing time we've ever spent. SAVE YOUR MONEY!! Save a long trip out to Amado! Hide eggs in your back yard. I guarantee you, it'll be 100 times more enjoyable.

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