Visitors are welcome to visit the Demonstration Barn & Main Barn areas for free, but we do appreciate coin / cash contributions to our "Pay What You Can" box at the entrance of the Demonstration Barn.
Main Dairy Barn
Meet the cows and see our Voluntary Milking system in action!
You can read more about the Voluntary Milking system here.
* In previous years we have offered plastic shovels for children to use to push the feed. These are not available at this time due to the pandemic.
Demonstration Barn and Barnyard
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Goat Pen (approx. May to October)
Visitors are welcome to go in and interact with the goats in their area!
Their pasture pen is located just down from the Demonstration Barn.
Children must be accompanied by an adult. Young children should be held up in arms.
Be prepared for some nibbles and tugs at clothing, hair, camera straps etc.
When in the pen, and when you are leaving just be sure to latch the gate.... but if the goats escape just let the staff in the store know. They can be real escape artists....
Outdoor Play Areas
For young children there is a play set near the Demonstration Barn.
Unfortunately for the foreseeable future the Corn Bin will be closed.
*Please no visiting dogs (effective July 15, 2019)
Our farm is home to Bliss our Australian Shepherd and many different animals.
We ask that you please keep your dog at home.
Our Adventure Area is located in a separate, paid area of the farm. In the Adventure Area you will find our
- Cedar Maze
- Tire Mountain, and
- Adventure Path
$5 + tax per person
Under 2 are free.
Wrist bands must be purchased in the farm store.
Cedar Hedge Maze
This two-acre maze is sure to thrill every member of your family as you all try to find your way to the pirate ship at the centre.
Climb up one side and slide down the other!
The path starts just past Tire Mountain and winds it's way through various terrain with different styles along the way!
Navigate rocks and sand, climb on boards and more...
There are some beautiful views of the fields from the 'back' sections of the path.