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Sugartown Strawberries is a real, working farm, growing vegetables and strawberries on about 100 acres of tillable land.
Importantly, Bob has also protected a good portion of the farm, forests, and serpentine barrens in perpetuity. He loves the land, and this love is contagious to every child and adult that tours the farm.
Kids Get It—Protect and Respect the Land!
We are eager to educate kids about farming, irrigation, and respect for the land. In our educational hayride, we stop for the kids to see and learn about our bee hives.
We talk about pollination and honey collection. They'll also visit the pond, and discuss how the water is pumped to the fields and talk about our type of water-conserving irrigation system. Our forest is a birding sanctuary, and the habitat is certified by the NationalWildlife Federation.
Beehives, Discussion of Pollination
Water Pond, Discussion of Irrigation and Water Conservation
Hay Bale Maze
300 Year-Old White Oak Tree
Free Pumpkin for Each Child
Every visit includes a hayride, and because we care about the kids safety, our wagons do have protection railings, and we use stairs to be sure everyone gets on the wagon safely. We are more than happy to lift children with physical disabilities onto the wagons if they are willing. The bale maze is two bales high, and therefore less intimidating for smaller children than a corn maze might be.
Class picnics are welcome. We have several scenic, shady picnic areas for multiple classes, including a spotunder our 300 year old white oak tree.We have several picnic areas with beautiful views of the farm,if your group wishes to bring their lunch or snack.Our country store also sells old fashion candy, soda, chips and bottled water. We also have plenty of room for buses and cars in our parking area.
Teachers should allow a minimum of one hour for this educational hayride tour, as we do stop at thepumpkin patch, the beehives, and the pond before returning you to the picnic area.
Costs: Tours are $5 for each person. One teacher for every 15 children is free of charge. Adult chaperones and student siblings are asked to pay for the tour, and will also receive a free pumpkin. Tours are for kindergarten and up.