School Field Trips
Public or private school field trips are geared for Pre-K through 3rd-grade students. Each field trip includes informative seasonal learning sessions about agriculture — and lots of time and space to do what kids do best! Play!
Spring Field Trips
March 21 -May 19, 2023 Tuesday – Friday only.
Fee: $8.50 per student; Teachers and Teacher Aides FREE with ID. Parents/siblings $10 each. Age 2 & under free, optional $2 fee for craft. Reservations required.
April 4 & May 3 are reserved exclusively for homeschool groups. 9am-2:00pm
$10 per person, 2 & under free. Includes everything in Spring or Fall adventures! Pre-purchase tickets to ensure entry.
Fall Field Trips
2023 Dates TBA
Tuesday – Friday only.
Fee: $8.50 per student; Teachers and Teacher Aides FREE with ID.
Parents/siblings $10 each. Age 2 & under free, optional $2 fee for craft.
All Field Trips include:
A scenic hayride through the Christmas tree fields.
Feed and learn about our farm animals.
An agriculture-related learning session.
Play on our oak-shaded playground.
Eat your picnic lunch at our picnic tables at Market Hall.
Following lunch enjoy various mazes, activities and game stations.
Field trips begin at 10:00am. The farm closes at 1:30pm.
In the Fall …
Learn how pumpkins grow! You can paint your own mini-pumpkin to take home -or- enjoy a seasonal craft, depending on our pumpkin supply.
In the Spring …
Learn the ladybug lifecycle and how beneficial they are to Christmas trees! Also, the 4 Bs pollinators: bees, birds, bugs and bats. Make a craft to take home.
••Add Gemstone Mining
Mining for treasure at the Abbie Rose Mining Company for only $6.00 more. Students search for treasure in this hands-on activity — and have a great souvenir to take home!
Shop at the Mason Jar!
You’ll find great souvenirs for the kids and unique gift items for parents and teachers. Take home a munchy bag of Kettle Corn! Look for books and toys, too. Wanna know more about the Mason Jar? Go here!
What’s for Lunch!
Order Nathan’s all beef hotdogs [or] grilled cheese sandwiches (on Texas toast) with chips — or a yummy 7-inch pizza! Other treats: Nachos, cookies, hand dipped Blue Bell ice-cream, kettle corn, and plenty drink options.
Good to Know …
Teachers, please do not collect parent/siblings money in advance. We prefer that parents pay upon arrival to receive their required wristbands and pre-order lunches. Click here for the Parent’s Letter. Field trips begin right at 10am and the farm closes at 1:30. Click here for Important Teacher Information.
Form of payments accepted from schools: Check, cash, credit card or PO.