Frequently asked questions

Admission

How much is admission?


TBD




Do children need a ticket?


Children 0-23 months are always free. Children ages 2 years and older require a ticket to enter the farm.




How do I purchase tickets?


Tickets for our winter season are sold at the door only. Please keep in mind that the farm is cash only.




Is the farm cash only?


Yes




How often do tours of the maple sugar shack take place?


TBD




What do tours of the maple sugar shack involve?


Visitors will take a tractor ride to see our "sugar bush", find out what equipment is needed to collect sap, learn first hand how to identify maple trees, and lend Farmer Tim a hand in the tapping process.




Can I bring a stroller or wagon onto the farm?


Yes. You can bring whatever you need for your children.




Can I bring my pet or emotional support animal to the farm?


No. Pets and emotional support animals are not permitted at the farm. ONLY service animals covered by the ADA are welcome at the farm. All other animals, including pets and emotional support animals are prohibited. Please see farm management before proceeding onto the farm with your service animal. You may be asked if the animal is a service animal required for a disability. You may be asked what task the service animal has been trained to do.
Service animals must be harnessed, leashed, or tethered unless these devices interfere with the service animals' work. Service animals not behaving properly will be asked to leave, unacceptable behavior includes:
• Damage or consumption of crops
• Marking, urinating or defecating in any area except designated area
• Excessive barking and/or aggressive behavior Service animals may be restricted to certain areas of the farm, for the safety of our crops, livestock and your animal. Handwashing stations are provided in our portable toilets. Please wash hands before handling produce. The ADA titles II and III define service animals as dogs or miniature ponies (although the latter are rare) that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for persons with disabilities. Service animals are working animals, not pets. The work or task the animal has been trained to do must be directly related to the persons disability. Animals who sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support do not qualify as service animals under the ADQA and are not protected by the ADA.




Is there food and drinks available to purchase?


TBD





Hours and Location

What is your farm address?


We are located at 106 Iron Ore Road, Manalapan, NJ 07726




Are you currently open?


No. We are CLOSED for the season. We will reopen in February and March for tours of our Maple Sugar Shack. Dates are TBD.




What are your hours?


12pm to 5pm. The last tour of our sugar shack is at 4pm.