Frequently Asked Questions to aid with planning your tour

Please read our Farm Etiquette guidelines before touring the farms.


Is there a charge for this event?

Open Farm Tours are free to attend but we gladly accept donations! In order to support the tours so everyone can attend, we recommend pre-registering through Eventbrite and making an online donation. When you pre-register through Eventbrite by October 11th, you will be entered into a drawing to win prizes. We're giving away free lunches and an assortment of sponsor gifts at our Alladin Nursery Lunch area!

Making a minimum online donation of $10 will get you your choice of a one FREE artisanal beverage from our lunch area at Alladin Nursery.

What should I wear?

Wear comfortable shoes and clothing that will hold up to the elements of a farm environment.

Will the farms have items for sale?

Yes. A variety of plants, produce, food and preserved items will be available for purchase at many of the farms.

How do I plan our farm tour day?

You can visit as many farms as time allows. Pick and choose from information on the “Farms” page. There is a lot to see so don’t rush your day trying to “do it all”. Plan to spend some time at the farms you choose getting to know them and be sure to check for activities on the “Event” page before you go!

How long do the tours take?

This is a self guided tour so there are no time constraints. All the farms are within a 10-mile radius of each other so more time can be spent “there” than “getting there.”

Can I bring my pet?

No. Please leave your pets at home and not in your car. Thank you!

Where do I start?

You can start at any location. Download the map to create your own tour agenda and go!

Where do I park?

Follow the signs for clearly designated parking areas at the farms. Please park in the parking areas being mindful of the entrances / exits and others.

Will there be food and beverages?

Yes! We will be serving lunch all day at Alladin Nursery wth a full assortment of locally sourced food & beverages. Many of the farms will have food products available for purchase as well as some U-picks, so be sure to bring containers and a cooler to keep produce cool.