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During public hours, you will be able to have direct contact with your favorite farm animals: feed the goats, sheep, llama. The single admission fee of a ticket will be the only cost of the day, everything is included. Enjoy the huge shade trees with incredible tire swings or sit on a John Deere tractor. Families are encouraged to participate in farm operations or the work task of the day. You will discover an old airplane, sandboxes, bicycles, hammocks, free-roaming chickens, giant tree houses, and a zipline, among many other things to explore. During colder weather, toast marshmallows over the bonfire. Enjoy water play during summer months.
A day at Sunflower Farm gives you and your children the chance to move and explore in ways they don’t in our modern, urbanized life. Be sure to find your way to a Sky Chair or hammock and discover your own piece of relaxation and reconnection to nature as you watch a free roaming chickens, guineas, turkeys or peacocks spreading their feathers. Possibilities are endless.
Please note: No other fees apply during event. You do not need to print reservation confirmation, please have available on phone if asked. We do not serve food during public hours, so please pack a picnic/beverage. Sorry, pets are not allowed. Cost: $15 per person, under 12 months free. Due to strict capacity, reservations are required.