We can't wait to host your students at the farm! Tours will be available on weekdays from mid-September through the end of October. We suggest allotting 3+ hours for your tour to give your students plenty of time to experience all 5 of our fun stations, including picking out their own included pumpkin! We take care of everything, from dividing your class into groups to scheduling and rotating them through the stations. Feel free to have students bring their own lunch, or we have food offerings available to pre-book from Mama Maan's Kitchen.
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5 FUN STATIONS
A fall classic. Explore the patch and pick your perfect pumpkin!
Fun for teachers and students alike. Don't get lost!
Visit the animals! We have goats, sheep, pigs, bunnies, chickens, and more.
No farm visit is complete without a tractor-drawn wagon ride! Apprx. 20 minutes.
Students can burn off all their energy on our 7 different barnyard attractions.
Our dining area has plenty of room for students to relax and eat their lunch before getting back to the fun!
WHAT STUDENTS WILL LEARN
At the pumpkin patch station, students will get to learn all about the life of a pumpkin, from planting to harvesting! There are so many fun things you can do with pumpkins, students will hear all about them and have the opportunity to ask any questions, before exploring the patch and picking out their own soccer ball-sized pumpkin to take home (included with your tour booking). If you have an older group of high school students, we can customize our lesson topic to be more advanced and age-appropriate.
- Students - $12.00
- Parents/additional adults - $9.50
- Siblings - $12.00
Use the link below to book your tour!
We suggest planning for 3+ hours for your tour, to give everyone plenty of time to move through the stations and to eat lunch.
We recommend everyone to wear boots, the corn maze and pumpkin patch can be muddy. Other than that, we operate tours rain or shine so dress for the weather, suggest that your students bring a rain jacket and umbrella if it's raining!
If more than 5 of your students plan to purchase lunch at the farm, you may pre-order from our Country Kitchen when you book your tour, otherwise feel free to have the students bring a lunch from home. We suggest students also bring a water bottle, it can be quite warm in the corn maze.
No, we will take care of grouping your students, as well as rotating them through the stations.
We are conscious that the battle with COVID-19 is ongoing and we are committed to doing our part to ensure a safe and fun tour experience. We will be limiting the number of schools booked per time slot to allow for separation between groups. Our staff will continue wearing masks and practising regular handwashing, as well as maintaining our thorough cleaning and sanitization protocols. We will be keeping up to date with current government regulations should anything change further into the season.