Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
We try to answer all of your questions within the pages of our website, however we still have quite a few that are frequently asked. Please take a look to see if your question is listed below.
We are open March - November and weekends in December from 9am - 6pm (5pm outside Daylight Savings Time).
We are closed in January & February.
We are located right off the 23 Freeway between Thousand Oaks, Moorpark, and Simi Valley.
To book your tour, please visit the tour page and click on the Book Now! link. You can also call the farm & ask to speak with a tour advisor at (805) 529-3690 regarding your tour.
For more information on tours, please the tour section of our website.
To book your birthday party, please visit the birthday party page and click on the Book Now! link. You can also call the farm & ask to speak with a birthday party advisor at (805) 529-3690 regarding your party.
For more information on parties, please visit the birthday party page.
We do have a site for corporate parties. Please call the farm & ask to speak with a party advisor at (805) 529-3690 regarding your party.
We like to call our restrooms "farm bathrooms". As we are a farm that is ever changing, we shy against putting in facilities that would require permanent changes to the farm. We do our best to provide "farm restrooms" that are clean and user friendly and we thank you for your understanding.
We love well-behaved, socialized dogs, but please make sure to keep them on leashes and pick up after them. We ask that you please use a regular leash & leave retractable leashes at home or keep them locked in the shortest position. We reserve the right to ask any poorly behaved dog &/or owner to leave.
Fall Festival Questions
Since we are much more than a pumpkin patch, we do not tend to describe ourselves this way. However, we have acres and acres of pumpkins from which you can choose as well as gourds, squash and many unique pumpkin varieties. Due to limited space, many of our large pumpkins were grown on other areas of the farm and brought in to be selected. Our sugar babies were grown on-site, however we have cut many of the vines as they are extremely prickly and difficult for young hands to handle.
Yes, we do have a corn maze. It is free with your paid admission to the Festival and is open 7-days a week. It is appropriate for all ages as it is not so large to be overwhelming.
Russell Blades, the manager of our Moorpark location, is in charge of pumpkin sales.
Please call him at (805) 529-3690.
Our Festival is at our Moorpark location. We are located right off the 23 Freeway between Thousand Oaks, Moorpark, and Simi Valley.
Weekday admission to the farm is $3.00 per person (children under 2 free) and includes the Animal Center, Corn Maze, hay pyramids, Festival picnic area, tractor displays, kid's corral & ride-on tractors, fun hill & tunnel, wooden train, Pick-Your-Own fields (pickings not included), & pumpkin patch (pumpkins not included). There are activities that require an additional fee. For information on these and ticket prices, please visit the admission and ticket page of our website. Our Country Store and Farm Market are also open during the week and on the weekends.
Weekend admission is $15.00 (children under 2 free and free parking) and includes all that is mentioned above as well as a tractor-drawn wagon ride, live entertainment from 11-5, Pig Races, the Animal Show, & Barnyard Tales. There are also additional activities that require tickets that are not available during the week. A list of these activities can be found on the link listed above. We also have a variety of food vendors, a handful of craft vendors, & horse-drawn wagon rides.
We are open 7-days a week, year-round from 9am - 6pm (5pm outside Daylight Savings Time).
We are located off Los Angeles Avenue (118) just past the Lewis Road/118 intersection.
Our Somis location is surrounded by 12 acres of blueberry plants. We offer self-guided pick-your-own berries and blueberries Memorial Day through mid-July. For more information, please visit the following page of our website: Pick Your Own Blueberries
We practice sustainable agriculture which incorporates many techniques that are a part of any good organic farm. We have a page on our website that explains sustainable agriculture and how it relates to organic. Please feel free to visit it and contact us if you have any additional questions.
Yes we do. We take Visa, Mastercard, and Discover Cards.
We also sell and accept Underwood Gift Cards which can be purchased on-line or at our farm markets.