Farm ‘n’ Fun
All family activities except for the animal barn have been suspended due to COVID 19.
Our animals have been missing all their visitors and they are welcoming you back, all be it in a safe and physically distancing manner. We will have spaced admission times to visit them. Numbers in the barn will be limited depending on the mix of visitors. Family units and social bubble groups are welcome and considered as one group. Please be patient as we figure this out. A small admission fee will be charged to help support the feeding and care of our animals .
Kids grow up fast! This year will certainly be a memorable one for us all. We are working on an activity to begin in July after strawberry season that will offer people of all ages a fun and engaging time enjoying the beautiful rolling hills and fields of green on our farm. Stay tuned for more details that will allow you to escape from technology and make memories that will endure over time.
Explore where your food comes from with our pick your own crops of strawberries, raspberries, sweet peas, beans, tomatoes and pumpkins.
Getting back to your country roots – pick, play and learn.
Our farm is open Victoria Day weekend in May until December 24th.
Activities available weekdays and weekends
Enjoy our Barnyard Adventure playground with lots of room for the kids to run and use their imagination.
Our farm animals love visitors especially when they bring food. We also offer you an opportunity to learn with all of our great farm animal fact boards.
Tootle around our tricycle and pedal kart tracks
Slide down Billy Goat Mountain
Play train and tractor
Challenge yourself in our mazes – Try to get out of our No Left Turn Maze Get by only turning right.
Open from Labour Day weekend in September to November you can get lost in our corn maze – nothing like blue sky and corn as you try to find your way.
Activities available weekends May to October
Wagon rides (11:00 till 3:00) down Fairy Tale Lane to our Forest Trail. Explore nature in your walk through our woods.
Talk with our farm educator. They’re on the farm to make your visit more interactive and help you understand better where your food comes from.
Small animal cuddle station – Lots of bunnies
Themed scavenger hunt
Check out our Calendar of Events page for our special seasonal celebrations.
Check out our October Harvest Festival for information on all our October fall festival activities!