Your Local Farm - Amy's Farm
Have you booked your tour this year? Amy's Farm is a fun and unique field trip for all ages. School groups, scout groups, church groups, clubs, college classes, health clubs, families, friends... everyone! Enjoy a garden walk, smell fresh herbs, feed the pigs, visit the petting zoo, milk a cow, and visit our horses.
Our Farmstand is also open to the public to drop in and shop! No reservations required. Visit us for an array of fresh vegetables and fruits available for sale.
Drop in and Shop
Tues-Fri: (Spring Hours) Saturdays: Sun. & Mon.
9am-5pm Self-Serve Produce Stand 9am-5pm Self-Serve Produce Stand Closed
9am-5pm Public Hours: Walk the Farm 9am-5pm Walk the Farm Closed to the public
for families and individuals Reservations required to visit
Suggested Donation - $10
Guided tours are available by advance reservations. Tours are approximately 60 minutes in length, led by an informative tour guide, and include a garden walk, harvesting fresh produce to feed the animals, visiting the petting zoo, milking a cow, and visiting the horses.
Public Tours are offered at $100 minimum at $10 per person (small groups will be grouped together). Private Tours are offered at $200.
Add-ons to an existing public tour are $10.50 per person. Add-ons are required to be pre-paid.
If interested in a guided tour, we recommend a week in advance reservation. Same-day reservations are not available. A credit card is required to be on file for all public and private tours. All payments are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Farm Stand Store & pumpkin patch:
Our farm stand store is stocked with a wide variety of seasonal produce, pork, beef honey, and goat cheese. We use no chemicals, pesticides, herbicides on our farm. No reservations are required to shop our store. Pumpkins are for sale and are offered in a range of sizes and are priced from $4-$30. We accept cash, checks, Venmo, and all major credit cards.
Public Hours to Explore-the-Farm are available Tuesday-Friday 9am-5pm. Due to crowds, Saturdays are advance reservations only and not open for public hours. While visiting the farm, please be cautious and pay attention to your own safety. Adults accompany children at all times. When you visit our property on your own, you assume the risk of the nature of our outdoor farm facility. Please remember that Amy's Farm is a place of nature and requires precaution and awareness of risks. Please respect bees and wasps, claws and teeth, thorns and thistles, sticks and stones.
- You may walk on any path on the farm, please stay out of the animal's pens and do not climb on fences, trees, or haystacks
- Please latch both petting zoo gates closed completely. Goats are smart and will try to escape.
- You may explore the gardens but please do not pick any fruits or vegetables. Please stay on paths throughout the gardens and watch for stakes and gardening tools.
- You are welcome to pet our animals, please do not pick up any animals. And most importantly: PLEASE DO NOT FEED ANY OF THE ANIMALS. They require a specialized diet and suffer when visitors break the rules and feed them certain foods. If you see a visitor breaking this rule, please say something. You may help us save an animal's life!
Support Amy's Farm:
We are a non-profit and rely on our community's generous support. Amy's Farm cannot operate and continue to keep its gates open without our community. Please support your local farmer! We welcome all guests with a minimum of $10 donation per vehicle, purchase from our farm store or pumpkin patch, or by volunteering in our gardens.
Please park your vehicle inside the farm in our parking lot facing a north/south direction. (Mountains are north). Please do not block driveways, other vehicles, or structures. Please be aware of your surroundings and other guests. Please DO NOT park streetside unless we have put up a sign that informs that our parking lot is full.