Tickets for the weekend include a tour with baby animals, a bounce house, photos with easter bunny, kids crafts, and hot drinks! You can add on an easter egg hunt!
April 2nd we'll have decorating cookies with SugarinaPDX at 11 am and 1pm.
Email email@example.com to reserve your spot.
Tony's Fresh Fruit and Mexican Food will be on site from 11-3pm!
Weekdays during March 27th-31st will just be public tours at 10 am or 2 pm.
Adults and kids need a ticket. Carried babies are free.
Come experience farm life by reserving a guided educational farm tour that takes you up close and personal with our lovely farm animals. Our working farm raises animals for eggs, milk, fiber, and meat. We have alpacas, goats, sheep, ostriches, peacocks, and more. You'll even get a chance to feed some!
Better yet make it a Tipsy Tour! We offer beer and wine from local vineyards and breweries to take with on the tour.
Please arrive on time or a little early to allow for everyone to check in. Late arrivals may miss part of the tour.
Tours go rain or shine. Expect dirt and uneven slippery surfaces. Please bring or wear closed-toed shoes that you don't mind getting dirty.
There are no refunds
We reserve the right to reschedule for extreme weather (heat, storms, fire, ice, etc).
Don't forget to check out our farm store!
Ask about our discounted school price for groups of 15 or more! Teachers are free!
Public tours are closed till March. Book a private tour in the meantime. They start at $150 for 12 people or less and $12 per additional person 2 and up. (carried babies are free). Lots of available dates and times!
Please leave your dogs at home. We are a working farm with lots of free-range birds and the tour takes you in with a lot of animals who do not like dogs! Thank you!
We will go over safety expectations before we start the tour. We are a working farm not a petting zoo. We will go in to pet and feed some of the animals. We do hold our guests to a higher standard for safety reasons. Guests are not allowed to run or chase any of the animals, some animals can be frightened by this behavior and will run away, spit, or kick. Please listen to instructions on what we can feed them and how to hold the treats as some foods/plants can make the animals, sick.
If guests are not listening, following the expectations, or not respecting the animals they will be asked to leave for the safety of the animals and the people.