Visiting the Farm
While we would love to show off the farm, we simply do not have the time and are not set up to provide private tours during working farm hours. We are very busy and every minute of the day is planned. Our farm is full of hazards, we are not child proofed, and someone could easily get hurt in the blink of an eye. When you come to our Farm Front Porch Market Hours, there are ropes and cones blocking off areas of the farm for this reason. Please do not enter blocked off areas when coming to pick up your products. We are only open for tours through AirBNB Experiences (not a stayover) and it must be booked through AirBNB.
Farm Front Porch Market Hours
Please pull into the barn driveway and PARK ON YOUR IMMEDIATE LEFT! It will be the second one on your left and it is an unpaved driveway. Please do not continue down the driveway with any vehicle, block the driveway, or park off our property. If there is a lot of traffic, please follow the instructions of the parking attendant.
You can walk through the wooden entry gate on the FAR right. When you come to our Farm Front Porch Market Hours, there are ropes and cones blocking off areas of the farm for a reason. Please do not enter blocked off areas when coming to pick up your products. We ask that you walk up to the barn front porch where you can ring the bell (yes, a literal bell) and someone will come to help you.
Please do not let your children loose! There are many hazards on the farm and it would break our hearts if anything happened. We have no liability insurance so enter at your own risk! Unattended children will be gifted with two kittens, a super large Mountain Dew and allowed to climb the manure pile! Just kidding, but you catch the drift…
Again, we ask that you please do not pass beyond the rope in the barnyard or the gates. We are only open for viewing the animals during Farm Days and the AirBNB Experiences.
We will no longer be continuing Farm Days. It was a great educational experience for the family to learn about caring for the animals and the work required to run a farm. Unfortunately the Farm Days rarely broke even and were an expense that we could not continue.