FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Here is a list of questions that may help you plan your visit to the farm. If you don’t see what you are looking for please feel free to email us on our ‘contact us’ page.
What are your hours and prices?
Our Current hours will be located in the grey bar across the top of the website. However, on each season’s page, the hours and pricing are available for that season. Our social media sites will also be updated with any deviations from our normal operating hours.
What should I wear?
It is important that each visitor wear comfortable clothing, and shoes that will be easy to walk in on rough terrain. Tennis shoes or boots with low heels are most recommended. Check the forecast for the day of your visit, and dress accordingly.
What to bring?
Some necessities for your comfort while visiting are sunscreen, hats, hand wipes or hand sanitizer, sunglasses, and chapstick. Those who are sensitive to insect bites may want to bring insect repellent, as all of our activities are outdoors.
Are pets allowed?
Due to the large number of guests and farm animals on the property, pets are not allowed. Certified service animals with documentation are welcomed.
What kind of allergens might my child or I encounter at the farm?
On a working farm, you may encounter dust, pollen, insects, animals, grass and weeds, etc. Prepare accordingly. We do stock first aid kits in several locations throughout the farm, including allergy medication which we will allow you to administer to yourself or your child. Please be advised that honeybees are kept on the property. If you have an anaphylactic reaction to bee stings, please be prepared. While our honeybees are usually harmless, we cannot control nature.
What forms of payment are accepted?
We accept cash and all major credit cards throughout the farm.
Is there any food is available on the property?
There is a wide selection of food available on the property, from cooked on the farm to snack type foods in the market store.
Are there any restrooms on the property?
There are clean restrooms in multiple locations on the farm.