Get Your Farmer Hands Ready for Picking and Minds Ready for Learning
Spring time on the farm is one of our favorite times of the year. The air is crisp and refreshing, flowers are in bloom, the wildlife is active and some of the first crops of the year are becoming readily available for harvest. By early May, we typically have radishes, strawberries, & snap peas.
Ready to Reserve your Field Trip?
Planting Demo &
Picking Farm Tour
(Early May to Mid June)
The spring season kicks off our year with our Planting Demo & Picking Farm Tour. This trip was developed to teach children how plants grow, how to care for them and how to appreciate farming. This farm lesson is conducted in one of our historic barns with a variety of seeds the children can plant. Each child plants seeds and learns how to care for them at home. We love to see future farmers at work! This trip also includes a hayride to our fields to pick a quart of radishes (early May) or a pint of strawberries (late May to June).
Strawberry Picking Farm Tour
(Late May to Mid June)
Our spring season concludes with our mouth watering strawberry picking tour. This trip includes a hayride to the strawberry fields where the children pick a pint of berries and adults pick a quart.
Schedule Your Reservation around your class learning or what crop we are picking.
Want to pick a different crop? Just Ask!
First comes Radishes in early May then Snap Peas & Strawberries late May
- $12.00 per person for the Strawberry Picking Farm Tour
- $14.00 per person for the Planting Demo & Picking Farm Tour
- There is a minimum of 15 people to make a reservation
- One free person per 15 paid
Picking Hayrides and More
All tours include a hayride around the farm. Picking of seasonal crops, use of our picnic area, and animal feeding in the Animal Farm, coloring sheets and teacher information.
Prospective Field Trip Leaders
Need help deciding if Johnson’s Locust Hall Farm will be your STEM Field Trip destination?
In addition to this page with Field Trip Video, our Field Trip Leader Information Page includes a Field Trip Day agenda as well as other helpful information on the details of a Field Trip at Johnson’s Locust Hall Farm.
Schedule a Leader Tour
To visit the farm for a “hands-on” view of what your group will experience. For your Leader Tour, you will be welcome to bring your family or a Co-Leader. Following your tour we will provide you and your family/Co-Leader a complimentary Hayride and Play Patch admission.
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