IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Frequently asked questions

Can we bring pets to the farm?


While we love pets, there are 2 reasons pets cannot visit the farm. 1) Some of our petting zoo animals are very sensitive to other animals, and they can become very skittish or stressed. They have been raised with a lot of human interaction, but other animals have been known to scare our smaller animals. 2) Our insurance provider has asked us only to allow service animals to visit the farm for the safety of both your pet and our other guests. There are a lot of loud noises, excitable kids (and adutls), and new smells on the farm! It can be a little too stimulating for some pets, and we would hate for anything bad to happen that might ruin your fun farm day or the day for another family. If you do have a service animal, please bring paperwork with you when picking up your admission tickets or season passes.




Do you have food available during the week?


During the week, as well as on the weekends, we have food available in our food truck. Look at our menu to see what items are available at certain times of the week.




Are there days/times with lighter traffic?


Typically, Monday-Wednesday mornings we have fewer visitors at the farm.




Do we need a reservation to come to the farm?


You do not need a reservation; in fact, we do not take reservations. You can come anytime during our regular business hours when the season is open. (Mon-Thurs 10 AM-5 PM, Fri-Sat 10 AM-6 PM, Sun Noon-6 PM)




Do you have to pay admission to pick pumpkins?


No, Our U-Pick fields are open for the picking anytime and are not a part of our activities area. Visitors can also browse the Country Creek Store or purchase food from our food trucks without an admission ticket.




Do you do parties, special events, or weddings?


Yes! Parties are held in our Party Tent. The full tent accomodates 50 guests, and half of the tent accomodates 25 people. You can learn more or book here. Special event dates can be requested here. We do not book weddings at our farm at this time.





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