Field Trips

Fun AND Educational!

We have created a Farm Classroom full of interactive displays and activities to teach your students about agriculture in a way they will enjoy. They will leave with a better understanding of where their food, clothing and other necessities come from and a greater appreciation for agriculture.

We know as a teacher, your time is limited so we have created educational programs that help meet Utah state standards. Your students will learn while having a wonderful time on the farm!

Standard Field Trips Itinerary

Students will also have access to our Kiddie Corral (including our little buckaroo rodeo, petting zoo and games), Pedal Carts, Giant Slides, Large Corn Pit, Rubber Duck Races, Straw Bale Pyramid and MANY MORE activities to choose from!

Educational Program

Meet at our Farm School for a welcome and fun educational program. Length and topics will be adjusted based on the age of your students.

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Giant Corn Maze

Navigate our giant 7 1/2 acre Maze! Choose from one of our three mazes ranging from short and sweet to challenging, yet fun! We have maps and an app for directions to help navigate quickly if needed.

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Pumpkin Patch

Pumpkins come in all shapes, sizes and colors. Your students will love seeing all of the different pumpkins we have growing in our pumpkin patch. Pick a class pumpkin to take back to school with you.

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Cost of Field Trips

$4.00/Student and Chaperones (Under 50 Students)

$3.00/Student and Chaperones (Over 50 students)

Paid teaching staff is free.

Please provide a teacher/chaperone for at least every 10 school students and every 6 pre-school students.

All additional visitors and guests will need to pay full price admission.

Seating is Available

Bring a sack lunch and stay awhile! Seating is available around the farm and in our concessions area.

What To Bring

Please have students bring a water bottle and dress appropriately (closed toe shoes or boots, dark colored/older clothes, weather appropriate jackets) Remember, we are out on a farm!


Any students with allergies to an outdoor environment (grass, hay, corn, straw, bees, animals, etc.) should be noted and appropriate precautions should be take


If you plan on eating lunch at the farm, please make sure that appropriate hygiene measures are taken to wash each student’s hands thoroughly before eating. We have hand washing stations and sanitizer for your convenience.