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Farm Tours

We have something for everyone! Come visit us for some farmyard fun, appropriate for the whole family!

We are able to accommodate individuals, families, school groups, corporate events, and larger parties at this time. Please contact us for availability and to schedule your tour.

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Infants (0-1) ------------- FREE

Children (2-17) -------- $10.00

Adults (18+) --------- $15.00

Please contact us for group discounts (parties of 8 or more) and school rates.

What to expect:

Each farm tour begins with an overview of our rules and a safety message. A guide will then escort your group around the farm, stopping to visit our animals, and answering any questions you may have. We do not follow a strict timeline, and allow the tour to take an organic flow; spending more time at the checkpoints that most interest you and your family. Each tour also includes a trip to our Education Station where we will learn about sheep + spinning wool into yarn, honeybees + pollination, and, in the summer months planting + gardening. 

At the end of each tour, we allow our guests to decide if there is any checkpoint that they would like to revisit one last time. 

There is always something new going on at the farm. From baby chicks hatching, to baby animals being born, to milking the cow, to picking fresh flowers. Each and every visit is sure to be unique and special.


At the end of each tour, we offer cold or hot beverages to our guests (lemonade in summer, and hot chocolate in the winter).

What to wear:

We require all guests to wear close-toed shoes. Rain boots are great!

Please dress according to the weather. Our farm tours are primarily outside, so remember to bring sunscreen, hats, sunglasses, gloves, coats, and other garments as required.

Other important details:

Please be advised that we do not allow dogs on our property for the safety and wellbeing of our animals.

Please be advised that there is currently no public washroom on the property. We apologize for any inconvenience. Washrooms are located at Top O The Rock in Eugenia (just South of the farm), and in the summer months at the Beaver Valley Rest Area (just North of the farm).

Please no running, jumping, screaming, or climbing on fences. We are an operational farm and want to ensure you and your family enjoy your time with us as safely as possible. We have put these rules in place for your safety.

Our animals' welfare is extremely important to us. We reserve the right to deny access to any exhibits at any time to maintain the highest degree of health and safety of our animals. 

Farm animals can be unpredictable and dangerous. Your safety is our first priority, but accidents can occur despite our best efforts. By entering our facility, you acknowledge the inherent risk that comes with visiting an operational farm and accept the dangers that are associated which may cause bodily harm, injury, or death.

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