Q: When will your season be ending?A: Our farm will close for the season on December 24th at 12 PM. Our last day of Holiday programming will be December 23rd. We would like to thank all of our loyal customers for supporting us for a season unlike any other. We can’t wait to see you all again in spring of the new year.
Q: When will Holiday Programming start/what will the hours be?A: Our Holiday Program will begin November 27 and continue until December 23. Monday-Thursday our hours will be from 4-8, and Friday-Sunday 4-9. On Mondays-Thursdays, the last hayride will leave at 7:30. On Fridays-Sundays, the last hayride will leave at 8:30. AS OUR FARM CLOSES AT EITHER 8 OR 9 PM EACH NIGHT, IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT THE TIME ON YOUR TICKET IS FOR YOUR HAYRIDE, HOWEVER YOU MAY ENTER THE DISCOVERY BARNYARD AT ANY TIME.
Q: What is the difference between the Musical Lightshow Hayride and the Fire and Lights in the Discovery Barnyard?A: There are two activities offered this year for our Christmas program, the Musical Lightshow Hayride and the Fire and Lights in the Discovery Barnyard. The Lightshow Hayride will take you around our farm filled with lights and musical accompaniment. Our Fire and Lights in the Discovery Barnyard include our lightshow on the lake, the animal farm, our playground area filled with thousands of lights, and fire pits perfect for making smores.
Q: Will Santa be at the farm this year?A: This year, we will have a Santa parade taking place every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at 2, 3, and 4. Santa will be driving slowly on a tractor so that photos can be taken safely and from a distance.
Q: How are you following CDC guidelines?A: We require all customers and staff to wear masks while in our farm market, Discovery Barn Yard, hayrides, picking areas, animal farm, and green house. We also socially distance our hayrides with only two to three families on each hayride. We spray down the wagons after each hayride returns to the boarding area. We have spit guards installed at all registers and our hayride check in. We also have a capacity limit for our market, Discovery Barnyard play area, and We strive to be as safe as possible during these challenging times.
Q: Do I need a reservation to simply visit the farm?A: Nope! The only activities you need a reservation for are the hayride, corn maze, and Discovery Barnyard and Animal Farm. We even offer walk up tickets for the Discovery Barnyard and Animal Farm, as long as they are not at capacity. To visit our farm market, view our harvest gift shop, get doughnuts, or purchase ice cream you do not need a reservation. Just show up and say hi!
Q: Is my dog allowed on the farm?A: No, we only allow service animals on the farm. This does exclude emotional support animals. We are sorry for any inconvenience.
Q: It says you are sold out online, can I still purchase tickets?A: Due to COVID-19, we are following a strict capacity limit for our hayrides. Because of this, once we are sold out on the website we truly are sold out. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Q: I have a season pass, how does that work with purchasing tickets online?A: If you have a season pass, it still will work for this season. However, we cannot process half priced season pass tickets online.
Q: I can’t make it to the farm on this day, how can I exchange my ticket?A: If you go to your confirmation email on your phone, you will find a link to the website ShowClix. From that link, you will be able to make an account and exchange your tickets.
Q: I bought tickets online, where do I go when I get here?A: Once you get to the farm, you will want to go up the paved path between the greenhouse and the red shed. This will take you to the hayride boarding area.
Q: I’m running late for my hayride, can I still get on?A: Yes, if you are running a little late we will still let you on the hayride.
Q: At what age does my child need a ticket for the hayride and Discovery Barnyard play area?A: Children 12 months and under are free, all other persons need to purchase a ticket for all areas.