Tractor driven hayrides run from Labor Day Weekend through October 31st on Saturdays and Sundays from 12 til 4. They weave through the orchards, fields and our old growth 40 acre woods. Each ride lasts about 25 minutes and costs $4.00 per person. Babies in arms are free. (All rides are dependent on the weather, we can’t run in the rain.) Hayrides are handicapped accessible.

Purchase tickets from cashiers or hayride attendant. Board the wagon by going to and through the Playground and following the signs!


The goats are always hungry. Yes, we do feed them, but they love to be hand fed by little hands. They’ll walk to the tippy top of the goat ramp for a pellet treat. We have goat pellets for sale at 25 cents per hand. We do not allow you to feed them “people food” because our pellets are nutritionally safe for goat and sheep tummies.

We also encourage our customers to say hi to  Nutmeg , our Scottish Highland Cattle. She is “our baby”. She has horns, so we have an electric fence surrounding her pen. This is more to keep them from getting too close to you, we don’t want you to be poked by a horn. Please be aware of the “Caution – Electric Fence” signs. She shares the same pen with her friends, the sheep and goats.

You might also see some chickens, guinea hens and peafowl.  The chickens have a new coop next to the garden. Goober is the large white polish chicken, he is quite old, but loves to hear his name.