Tour Historic Boggy Creek Farm
**Masks and Social Distancing Mandatory**
See below for tour pricing
Walk the grounds of this sustainable, regenerative, no-till urban farm learning about the history, the trials, tribulations, triumphs, our farming techniques and how we differ from other farms.
* Farm Tours for children*
(content will vary dependent on age, interest & cooperation)
Walking the grounds of beautiful historic Boggy Creek Farm
Children will be introduced to what plants need to grow, to produce fruit and to reproduce (photosynthesis, nutrients, composting, pollinators, weather, etc).
Discuss pests, plant defenses.
Walk the field to see what's growing & look for pollinators.
Peek inside & learn about the green house & hoop houses.
Walk through the farm stand to see where our harvest meets the customer.
Discuss the importance of eating fresh foods.
Visit the giant compost piles & learn the secret ingredient!
Be a farmer; plant your own seed.
Visit the hens, learn some fun chicken facts & feed them some farm veggies.
Afterwards groups may choose to have a picnic on a tarp in front of the historic farmhouse. We always have a great time!
Spend 1 hour w/ guide
$10 per person
*** minimum charge of $100 per tour
(example, for only 5 people, the charge is $100)
Additional persons over 10 will be $10 each.
~Historic Home Tour~
Not Currently Available Due to COVID
Take a step back in time as you are guided through the old farm house hearing about the architecture, drama, and the pioneers who built this old home in 1840/41. Hear stories of what life was like for the pioneers through letters they left behind, learn of the dignitaries who spent time here and other interesting facts that make this home so special.
Self-Guided Tours of the Grounds
are Free & do not need
to be scheduled.
Guest may come during our Farm Stand Hours when we are open to the Public
| Wednesday | Thursday |
| Friday | Saturday
8 AM to 1 PM
Individuals and families are welcome to:
walk around the 5 acre farm
see the crops
check out the compost area
say hello to the chickens
walk around the historic farmhouse (1841)
shop in the farmstand (early bird gets the worm!)
The house is not open for self-guided tours; it is our home.
Please do not allow children to chase the chickens or Buddy, the farm dog.
All children must be supervised at ALL times.
Entry into the chicken coop, climbing onto tractors, wood and bricks are all prohibited.
This is not a 'pick your own' farm; please do not harvest crops or enter the growing fields.
Stay on open paths; there is poison ivy in shady, brushy areas.
Come out, take a step back in time; enjoy the grounds, shop the farm stand!
We hope to see you soon!