Please stay home if you are not feeling well. Have a mask with you to wear if you can't physically distance.
Use our COVID-19 protocol listed on the home page.
The Nature Explore Outdoor Classroom has a few of the outdoor play area open now for the kid's enjoyment after the story.
The Pavilion is closed for now.
Our second story of the season, "Summer's Fight, Pollen's Delight" by Flora Carla Caputo is open now, August 1st - September 30, daily 9-6.
Did you know that one third of what we eat and drink requires the presence of a pollinator? Bees and butterflies are the most well known "pollen movers." Find out who else does this important job. The pages of this poetic and colorful story starts in our woods but soon winds up a hill into our wildflower meadow. You'll want to take it slow through this area and see how many pollinators you can observe along the way. The story ends on the edge of our flower gardens that are all abuzz with insect activity!! You might even see the hummingbirds here!
There's a Scavenger Hunt available to take on your walk. Be sure to get it when you check in the Farm Stand. When you're done with the story we have a pollinator information table at the front entrance of the pavilion which includes coloring pages you can take home for the kids and information for the adults if you want to grow plants to attract pollinators. The building itself is closed off for now due to COVID-19, but we've opened some of the play areas in our Nature Explore Outdoor Classroom so the kids can play there after the story.
Feel free to visit our other trails and walk the grass paths through the gardens while you’re here. You can also build Fairy Houses and Gnome Homes along any of our trails. You’re welcome to bring a picnic blanket and have a snack/lunch. We're also open for PYO flowers now so you can pick a bouquet to take home. Instructions are in the Farm Stand.
Please follow social distancing protocol if other guests are here. If you can’t avoid being briefly less than 6 feet from someone who did not come here with you, please put on your mask.
Visitors can walk our self-guided Tale Trails daily between 9 AM-6 PM. Admission is $5 per child, infants are free. Put payment in the gray box on the Farm Stand porch and get instructions. Enter the number of people in your group in our Log Book.
Trails are not suitable for strollers. Wear good walking shoes. Trails in the woods might be buggy. Please apply bug spray in the parking area away from plants to protect our pollinators. We also sell Hazel Moon bug spray and balm in our Farm Stand. Please leave pets at home. Thank you!