The Farm Experience
Plan your trip to Johnson’s Locust Hall Farm for your educational fun hands on farm experience this year! All tours include a hayride, picking of the seasonal crops and containers to take them home, use of our picnic area, animal feeding and play time in the Animal Farm & education farming lesson.
Below you will find a chart of Farm tours and dates that are available this season. Further down the page is the explanation of each tour.
|Strawberry Picking Hayride
(1 quart per person)
|Mid May to Mid June|
|Apple OR Pumpkin Picking Hayride
(1/4 peck bag /4 apples per person OR 1 small pumpkin per person)
|Mid Sept. to Oct. 31|
|Deluxe Apple/Pumpkin Picking Hayride
(4 apples per person & 1 small pumpkin per person)
|Mid Sept. to Late Oct.|
- $13.00 per person for the Single Picking Hayride Field Trip
- $15.00 per person for the Deluxe 2 Crop Picking Hayride Field Trip
- There is a minimum of 25 people to make a reservation
Strawberry Picking Hayride
Mid May to Mid June
Our first big crop of the season, mouth watering Strawberries. This tour includes a hayride to the Strawberry patch, A farmer will share with you how we care for our berries and how to properly pick them. Each person will get to pick 1 quart of Strawberries to take home
Apple Picking Hayride
Mid Sept. to Late Oct
Our Apple orchard yields thousands of ripe delicious apples each fall, with several varieties. This tour includes a hayride to the apple orchard where the apples await you. A farmer will share with you how we care for our apple trees and how to properly pick them. Each person will get to pick 4 apples to take home
Mid Sept. to Oct. 31st
Our fields burst with pumpkins in the middle of September until October 31st. This is our longest running and most popular tour. We provide a hayride to our pumpkin patch but before you arrive there is “low key” corn maze to maneuver through. You enter into a bountiful beauty of color as you select just the right pumpkin from the vine.
Deluxe Apple & Pumpkin Picking Hayride
Mid Sept. to Late Oct.
Combine these two crops for a full FALL on the farm experience. If one crop is not enough for your group why not do both? Learn how both grow and how to harvest while everyone enjoys the scenic hayride around the farm.