Christmas at the Farm

It’s here!!! The most WONDERFUL time of year!!! Our Christmas season at the farm starts November 28th!! Get your tickets now!

At the farm, there are lots of animals to see,feed and touch. With lots of open space, it makes it easy to be able to social distance and enjoy your visit. Check out Santa’s workshop and drop of your letters to Santa. All letters with a return address will receive a personalized letter in the mail directly from the big guy!

Take a peek inside the pioneer home and see how the pioneers would have celebrated Christmas a long time ago. Go for a wagon ride through the forest and enjoy Christmas music around the bonfire. The kids love to play in the kids barn, in there you will find the favourite sensory corn table, farmers market stand and mechanics table. Then burn some energy off on the hay mountains!!
Did you know that you can even pick up your Christmas tree here?? We have a beautiful selection of pre-cut trees!
Ticket sale limited.

Up Next…

First of all, a big thank you to all the wonderful guests we had over the fall season. We will be closed for the next few weeks to get ready for winter and also get ready for our Christmas season. Up next at the farm is our annual Christmas Farmers’ Market.

The market will take place here at the farm Saturday November 20th and 27th from 10am-2pm. For more information please check out our dedicated website for the market for all the information and vendors that will be here.

Christmas at the farm, including our beautiful fresh pre-cut Christmas trees will be starting November 28th and running select dates through until December 23rd. Pre purchased tickets are required and are available:

A warning that some prime dates are already selling quickly so don’t delay and be disappointed!

We Still Have Pumpkins!

Unfortunately our tickets for Saturday and Sunday are completely Sold Out to enjoy the farm site, however you can still just drop in between 9am – 4pm to pickup your last minute Pumpkins! We still have some real beauty’s and with only a few days left I’m sure Larry The Pumpkin King is ready to make some deals!

Here’s What’s Happening

As our fall season comes to a close, we thought we’d fill you in on the next few weeks.

Saturday & Sunday 9am – 4pm

Tickets are available for our Halloween program on Wednesday & Thursday October 27th and 28th. You can find the link here. 👉 Unfortunately the tickets for Saturday & Sunday October 30th & 31st. are completely sold out.

A big thanks to all who have visited this fall and we can’t wait to welcome you to our annual Christmas farmers market on November 20th & 27th and then we start Christmas at the Farm November 28th including beautiful fresh cut Christmas trees.

Toddler Time

Do you guys remember toddler time at the farm? Back when Covid hadn’t changed our world….We had a weekly program designed for the littles (6 and under) with different themes every week… We have adapted and are excited to offer a new toddler time every Wednesday and Thursday morning! This week is going to be a smash!!! It’s going to be all about pumpkins!!!
The kids will get to explore the different pumpkin themed sensory tables and activities, along with our famous corn table and farmers market dramatic play centre. And of course all the animals will be here, you can feed the goats, sheep and alpacas!! Make sure to take a walk down scarecrow lane and find all the silly scarecrows in the forest. Try out our 3 acre corn maze!! Burn some energy out on the hay play structures and check out the picnic and play area with our giant sand box, play houses & slides. The WAGON RIDES will be running and we have lots of pumpkins for sale.

Get your tickets here:

Bushels of Fun Down on the Farm

Runs until October 24th


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The corn maze will be open for those who want to try their skills at finding their way through the maze. Wagon rides will be returning to our Fall program. There is a designated area where the wagon leaves from and it runs throughout your sessions, so if it is busy just come back to it later. At the farm we have lots of friendly animals to see, feed and touch and the kid’s barn has some imaginary play areas and the famous corn sensory table. Make sure to take a walk in the woods down scarecrow lane, don’t worry everyone is friendly. There are three different hay play structures to climb and explore. Bring some snacks and enjoy the picnic and play area.

The Log farm is part of Ottawa’s history, the farm was originally settled in 1854 and the home and farm buildings were built over the next few years. . You can walk through the original home of the Bradley’s and take in how they lived right here over 150 years ago!!

Note that our corn maze, like most of the activities at our farm, is designed for families with children under 10.


The entire experience is outside and we limit the number of guests during each session so that you can spread out and enjoy your time at the farm! Relax and enjoy the outdoors while you explore and play down on the farm.

We have lots of pumpkins for sale at the marekt shop area. No tickets required to drop by and pickup your pumpkins. Make sure to check out the market shop on your way out, it’s full of local treasures.

Thanksgiving Weekend at The Farm 🦃

We are so thankful to be able to share the farm with all of you this Thanksgiving!! Kicking of the holiday weekend we will be holding our Farmers Market right here by the entrance to the farm. We have over 30 local vendors with an array of truly amazing products, you will be sure to find something special for your family this weekend!

Sunday and Holiday Monday the farm will be open where you can catch a WAGON RIDE that takes you out through the sugarbush where the maple leaves are just starting to change colour. Make sure to try out the CORN MAZE and take a walk down SCARECROW LANE. All the ANIMALS around the farm are starting to grow their winter coats in order to prepare for the winter ahead, make sure to give them a pet and feel how warm and fuzzy they have gotten. There is always feed available to purchase if you would like to feed the goats, sheep and alpacas, they will eagerly eat it up straight from your hand. We have lots of fun activities around the farm for the kids to explore, from hay mountains to wooden trucks and a life size horse to sit on. The corn sensory table is always a hit along with the tractor mechanic workshop.

We have lots of pumpkins for sale along with our fall decor, bales of straw, potted mums and corn stalks. Make sure to check out the market shop on your way out, it’s full of local treasures.

We wish you all a very Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours! – The Orrs

Halloween at The Farm

Tickets are now available:

Come out to the farm with your costume on. There will be trick or treat bags (prepackaged and sealed to take home) for all the children. Halloween music and of course our silly scarecrow lane. We will be doing non-scary wagon rides and make sure to check out the corn maze. The kids love to play on the hay mountains and as always there are lots of animals to see, touch and feed. With lots of open space, it makes it easy to be able to social distance and enjoy your visit.

95% of the activities are outdoors so please dress to enjoy the weather.