Do I need to purchase tickets in advance?
Advance purchase tickets are preferred to expedite your entry and to ensure tickets are available for your preferred day. You may also purchase tickets at the farm. Last admission is accepted 1 hour prior to close.
What activities do you have?
We offer a hayride, maze, farm animals, farm trail, pumpkin patch, playground, corn pit, playground, dirt diggers, hop balls, rubber duck races and giant rat race.
How frequent are the hayrides?
Hayride will run constantly or as needed.
What farm animals may be seen on the farm?
Goats, Donkey, Lamb, Pigs Chickens, Peacocks, Cows and Ducks are nearby for visiting. We also have cattle herd on the farm being rotated through different pastures to graze.
Can I bring my dog? Leashed, behaved pets are welcome. Please be mindful of the safety of our guests and our farm animals. Please clean up after your pet.
What if it rains?
We have well drained soil, so it doesn’t stay muddy here for long. We will stay open during light rain or passing showers. In the event of all day down pours please check our website and Facebook page for updates to whether we are closing. If we decide to close, we will either refund or reschedule your tickets.
What if I cannot make my reservation? What is your refund policy?
Just call us if you cannot make your reservation at least one day in advance and we will be happy to reschedule you for another day/time. We do not offer refunds.
How long is the farm trail?
The farm trail is about ½ mile long. It goes by both of our farm ponds, through the woods and crosses two streams. There are some steep hills and unlevel grounds, we do not recommend strollers. We have signs telling the story of how Maryland Farmers are helping to save the bay.
September 23 - October 29
Extended Weekend RAGE AGAINST THE PUMPKIN
November 4 & 5
Friday 11-5 • Saturday 10-5 • Sunday 10-5
Monday - Thursday is reserved for field trips
Kids ages 2-12 $12 (small pumpkin included)
Under 2 Free
*Kids must be accompanied by a paying adult
* Pumpkins are while supplies last