Farm policies & FAQ
Photographers are welcome at the farm during our regular hours of operation! We ask that the photographer and each guest (ages 2 and up) have a General Admission Pass to the farm. Please note that we require clothing at all times. We kindly ask that you respect other guests and do not monopolize one area or impose on other guests' experiences. No drones allowed. Feel free to stay and play after your shoot is over! Pass is good for any one-time use to the farm. We would love if you'd tag us!
Tickets are good for a one-time use to the season purchased. We do not provide refunds on any tickets purchased online. If you are unable to use your tickets you may “gift” them or sell them to a friend.
With our yummy selection of food, we do not allow outside food or drinks to be brought into the farm — with the exception that school children may bring lunches for their weekday field trips. Another exception would be for folks bringing birthday cakes to a party. We appreciate your understanding of this policy.
Because we are a business that is greatly impacted by weather, extreme, unforeseen weather can force us to close at any time. Please check our website before your visit for weather closure updates.
In the event we have to close during your visit, a rain check to return will be given if the weather does not enable the farm to operate safely.
Our farm is smoke and vaping-free, plus drug-free. Smoking is only allowed in the parking lot.
We ask that any children 13 or younger are accompanied by an adult. Carefully watch your children while on the farm to ensure their safety. If they are unsupervised and putting their own safety at risk, or destroying farm property, your family will be asked to leave.
forms of payment
We accept cash, American Express, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover.
Only pets assisting the handicap are allowed on the premises.
Dress as if you are going camping. We don’t recommend sandals or flip-flops. Wear shoes conducive to walking. Remember that you will be on a farm, so dress for the weather for the best experience.
We are a real working farm with unpaved, uneven surfaces. Strollers, wagons, and wheelchairs can be brought on the premises, but it may be a bumpy ride in spots!
We have clean portable toilets with handwashing stations. We do have a handicapped-accessible portable toilet on site.
Please feed only the food that we sell for our animals. They are all on special diets! Visitors are not allowed to enter their pens.
on the farm fishing
We offer catch-n-release fishing weekends during the Fall and Spring seasons for an additional fee. We issue a fishing wristband that is good for one pole “rental”, and families are allowed and encouraged to share poles. We provide a cane pole and bait for folks that purchase the fishing wristband (no outside poles are allowed).
christmas tree cutting
We provide everything you need to cut your Christmas tree. Please do not bring in chain saws or axes.
christmas tree tying
We provide twine to tie your Christmas tree to your vehicle. Because of liability reasons, our staff is not able to tie the tree for you.
NOTICE: under Texas law (chapter 75a, Civil Practice and Remedies Code), an agritourism entity is not liable for any injury to, or death of, an agritourism participant resulting from an agritourism activity.