Visit the Farm

The farm is open to the public from Memorial Day weekend through Halloween. During the spring and summer, the barnyard and country store are open for a visit. During the fall, the farm comes alive as we celebrate the harvest. Weekends starting Labor Day means Fall Festival. Bring your family to pick delicious apples, take a hayride to the pumpkin patch and pick the perfect pumpkin, visit the animals, shop at our country store and more.

Spring & Summer at the Farm

Spring is a quiet time on the farm with educational tours starting in April and continuing through the end of May. Memorial Day weekend marks the annual opening of the farm to the public. Spring also means baby farm animals (think baby goats, lambs and the occasional foal). During the spring/summer season the country store and barnyard are the focal points of the farm. Summer produce available in the country store includes peaches, sweet corn, tomatoes, melons and cucumbers

Fall on the Farm

Who doesn't enjoy crisp mornings, flannel shirts, cider donuts, hayrides, and pumpkins? Fall fun kicks off early on the farm with U-pick apples beginning Labor Day weekend. Starting in mid-late September, our Fall Festival weekends feature hayrides, pumpkins, ponies, caramel apples, BBQ, and apple cider. During the week, educational tours for groups are available, or families may stop by and visit the barnyard and country store. An incredibly diverse selection of colorful pumpkins and gourds are always available for purchase in the main pumpkin yard.

Country Store

Pinewood floors, pressed tin ceiling, and massive rustic beams support a large assortment of country jams and jellies, old fashioned candy, soaps, teas, candles, linens, and so much more. During the summer peaches, sweet corn, tomatoes and other local produce are available. During the fall, stop by and purchase your favorite apples, apple cider slushies and more!


Our barnyard depicts a typical barnyard at the turn of the century, complete with a chicken house, goats, sheep, pigs, alpacas, ponies, horses, donkeys, cows, ducks, geese and turkeys. Baby animals such as goats and lambs appear in the spring while our gorgeous Belted Galloways birth their calves in the late summer.

The Barnyard is free of admission except on weekday mornings when school tours are taking place. During this time, wristbands to explore the barnyard will be available for purchase in the Country Store - guests two and under are free.

Call 816-386-5437 to see if there is a school tour scheduled on the day you plan to visit.

Fall Activities

The Grain Train

No trip to the farm is complete without a trip on the Grain Train. Featuring a fully narrated historical audio tour of the farm, the Grain Train takes you to the far-flung corners of the farm, rarely viewed during a typical visit.
$4.25/adults $3.25/kids (12-17)
Under 2/no charge.

Hayride to the Pumpkin Patch

Climb aboard a tractor-drawn wagon and take a scenic trip to the pumpkin patch. Your friendly driver will drop you off to choose the perfect pumpkin, or stay on the wagon and continue your scenic tour of the farm.
$4.25/adults $3.25/kids(12-17)
Under 2/no charge.

Pony Rides

Children love ponies and our ponies love taking young children for a slow stroll. Located at the top of the barnyard, our shaded mini-pony arena is a must visit for all young visitors.
$7.50/rider - height restrictions apply

U-Pick Apples

U-pick apple season begins at the end of August and continues through mid-September (or until picked out). Stop by the apple porch, grab a basket and setoff for our Jonathan, Golden Delicious, Gala and Braeburn apples. Pre-picked apples are available in our country store throughout the fall with varieties changing throughout the season.
Call or see store for details
on apple picking.

The Maze

Why not visit the farm and get lost on the same day? All while supporting a great cause! A portion of every ticket sale is donated to the Global Orphan Fund Care Portal. A stroll through our maze is the perfect fall family activity. Follow the map and try to find your way out!
$4.25/adults $3.25/kids(12-17) per ticket

Pumpkin Barn

Located in a 150 year old mule barn, the Pumpkin Barn offers a massive 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 decor.

Ticket Purchasing Options

You're always welcome to purchase tickets for the activities you want to do at the inFARMation booth or online

Ticket Combo Pack

$ 15.00 USD

$ 15.00 USD

Animal Feed

$ 5.00 USD

$ 5.00 USD


$ 5.00 USD

$ 5.00 USD


1. What is the cost to come to the farm?

There is no general admission or parking fee at the farm. On weekends, tickets for hayrides to the pumpkin patch, Grain Train, maze and pony rides are available in the InFARMation booth located at the front of the farm. The Barnyard is free of admission except on weekday mornings when school tours are taking place. During this time, wristbands to explore the barnyard will be available for purchase in the Country Store - guests under two are free. Call 816-386-5437 to see if there is a school tour scheduled on the day you plan to visit.

2. I am a professional photographer, and my client wants to have their session at the farm/I am having engagement/family pictures done and I want to have them at the farm. Is this allowed?

While we do allow professional photo sessions/professional photographers to bring their clients to the farm, we ask that you call ahead of time and arrange this with Steve.

3. Can I bring my dog to the farm?

Well-behaved dogs on leashes are welcome at the farm. We do ask that you bring bags to clean up after them.

4. Is smoking allowed at the farm?

Smoking is only allowed in the gravel parking lot due to risk of fire and health concerns for our other guests. Please do not throw your butts on the ground.

5. Can I have a picnic at the farm?

During the week, our picnic tables are reserved for school tours. On the weekend, private parties have them reserved. There are spots for you to spread a blanket, please keep in mind that we are very busy with school tours during the week and guests on the weekend, so we ask that you be considerate of others and please clean up after yourselves.

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