peach picking, apple picking, pumpkin patch, and snow day activity.
We came here for a preschool field trip during their pumpkin patch. The set up was cute for pictures. All the pumpkins are out in the front section. You don't really "pick" them but I don't think you do that anywhere anymore. Past the pumpkin patch there's a few bounce houses that are pretty small but fun for little kids. There is a small straw maze that the little ones like to run through and on top of. It's only about two bales tall so all the kids can see where they're going and they don't really get lost. There is a tractor pulled hayride that took us around the farm. It was fun to hear the history of the farm. The hayride drops you off at the petting area. There are goats and sheep. There is also a donkey and some cows and pigs that you can see. The kids enjoyed feeding the goats. The whole farm is pretty small. I think they are mainly still there as a field trip location. They are located right next to a shopping center. I thought the price was a little high for what was included (field trip price was $7/child & $3/adult) but the kids had fun.