Starts Labor Day Weekend
Open Weekends Through First Week of November
In the fall, the farm comes alive as we celebrate the harvest. Weekends starting Labor Day, the farm is open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays from 9-5. Bring your family to take a hayride to the pumpkin patch and pick the perfect pumpkin, visit the animals, shop our country store and more.
On Saturdays and Sundays, admission to the farm is free and you pay only for the activities you want to do. At the booth, you can purchase tickets for the tractor drawn hayride, the horse drawn hayride, pony rides and the corn maze.
Located in a 150 year old mule barn, the Pumpkin Market offers a huge variety of specialty gourds, pumpkins, squash and other farm decorations. Pumpkins are priced by size- look for our row of pricing examples.
You can also buy pumpkin carving kits, corn and milo shocks, straw bales and other fall decorating items.
Our barnyard depicts a typical barnyard at the turn of the century, complete with a chicken house, goats, sheep, piglets, ponies, draft horses, cows, ducks, geese and turkeys. Children are encouraged to understand what each animal contributed to farm life, such as eggs, wool, and meat.
Our corn maze is the perfect fall family activity. Follow the map to try and find your way out! Profits from the corn maze benefit Farmer’s House, an organization that helps children and adults with developmental disabilities.
Treat your little ones to a fun ride on a gentle pony! Purchase your tickets at the information booth and head up to the top of the hill past the windmill to enjoy scenic views of the farm.
Tractor drawn hayride
Climb aboard the hay wagon to take a fun trip to the pumpkin patch! Your friendly driver will let you off to choose the perfect pumpkin, or you can stay on the wagon for a scenic tour of the farm. (Pumpkin patch available weather permitting)
Horse drawn hayride
Meet two “gentle giants” and enjoy a leisurely wagon ride through the woods. Your friendly driver can answer your questions about draft horses and their role on the farm.
The Dinner Bell
Opened in 2007, The Dinner Bell is our onsite kitchen serving fun farm food on weekends in the fall. Stop by for a grilled hamburger or hotdog, fresh baked cookie, apple cider slushy and more good eats!
So much more than a country store, this is a step back in history. Pinewood floors, pressed tin ceiling, and massive rustic beams support a large assortment of interesting antiques and curios.
It just seems natural to step up to our 20 foot counter and start up a conversation while you pick up some fresh apples and vegetables. We have a great selection of country jams and jellies, John Deere items, old fashioned candy, soaps, teas, candles, linens, and so much more.