Less Than A Month Away

Its almost here.  We re-open March 3rd for our Sugar Bush season. Please check out the Sugar Bush tab at the top of the page for more info. Can’t wait to see you all again soon.



Big News Everyone!!!!!!!

The time is approaching when we open for Sugarbush in March.  With that said we have some big news.  This year for our Sugarbush program we will have the one and only Beavertails on site offering up their awesome pastry to our guests.  BT_transparent_logo PNG Image

Merry Christmas

Would like to thank everybody for a great 2017 here at the farm. Would like to also wish everybody the best of the holiday season and we will see you in March 2018 for our annual Sugarbush program. Stay tuned for more details and we will have some exciting news coming up shortly.

This Is It

Today is the last day till Sugarbush 2018. We still have some beautiful Christmas trees left and you can drive right beside them and we’ll help you load them. The farm attraction is open as well with wagon rides, bonfire, pioneer homestead decorated for Christmas. If you plan on taking in the whole experience please dress warm, it’s a bit chilly out today.


CD7ADA1D-3390-4917-8452-2D932FF40C38This is it folks, our last weekend of 2017. We hope you can stop in and see us. We’re open 10-3 Saturday & Sunday. The gift shop is stocked, we still have trees left and the farm site is in full festive mode. Just in  case there was some confusion there is no admission to the gift shop or to purchase a tree. The farm experience does have a $5 per person admission fee, which includes a wagon ride, tour the historic farm house, bonfire and visiting the farm animals.




This Friday Only!!!!!

The gift shop and trees sales will be open from 11am-4pm. The gift shop is stocked with lots of great gift ideas just in time for Christmas. We still have have some beautiful Christmas trees to help you decorate in time for the big day.

Weekend Number 2

It’s one week closer to Christmas and it looks like another beauty. We’re open Saturday & Sunday 10am – 3pm. Enjoy a wagon ride, warm by the bonfire, visit with the animals, check out the pioneer house setup like the typical holiday house of the 1870’s. Don’t forget you can also pick out your Christmas tree here as well. The trees are pre-cut from a local farm in North Gower.