Our big green tractor pulls the hay wagon on narrated farm tours during the daylight hours. Along the way you will see equipment and crops as your guide explains about life on a working farm. If you are lucky enough and watch carefully you may see a deer, raccoon, duck, squirrel, possum, hawk, crow, turkey, frog, dog, cat or chicken that at sometime have proudly called our farm their home.
At night you can experience an old fashion hayride and view our farm by the light of the moon. This year September 22nd will mark the full moon phase which falls closest to the Fall Equinox. This is commonly referred to as the "Harvest Moon" and signals the end of Summer. This event was once very important for the farming operations because it provided more light for work to continue as long as possible at the end of a harvest season. Bring a blanket and just enjoy the ride. Afterwards, the bonfire is a nice place to get a cup of hot chocolate or coffee and warm-up.