Frequently Asked Questions

Do you take reservations?

Reservations are only needed for groups of 20 or more, or for field trips.

Does anyone live in the home?

No one lives in the homes you are touring, but the owners do live on the property.

Do you serve meals in the home?

No, but you can buy cookies and other canned and baked goods at our bakery!

Can we pet the farm animals?

We encourage our visitors to pet most of the animals on the farm!

Can we bring our own food?

Yes, we have plenty of picnic tables on the property, as well as a covered eating area.

Can we take our dog on the buggy ride?

Yes, there’s plenty of room in our buggies for your pet!

Do you have RV parking?

We have room for RV parking during your tour, but we do not offer overnight parking. Also, we do not have an RV hookup on the premisis.

Is the tour wheelchair accessible?

Our property is in the countryside of Holmes County, and wasn’t constructed with wheelchairs in mind. Wheelchair maneuverability depends on the person pushing the chair, but everywhere except the second story of our Amish house is wheelchair accessible for an able-bodied wheelchair handler.

Are you open year-round?

We are closed for the winter, from late October to late April. Check our Directions page for exact dates.

Do you take reservations?

Reservations are only needed for groups of 20 or more, or for field trips.

Does anyone live in the home?

No one lives in the homes you are touring, but the owners do live on the property.

Do you serve meals in the home?

No, but you can buy cookies and other canned and baked goods at our bakery!

Can we pet the farm animals?

We encourage our visitors to pet most of the animals on the farm!

Can we bring our own food?

Yes, we have plenty of picnic tables on the property, as well as a covered eating area.

Can we take our dog on the buggy ride?

Yes, there’s plenty of room in our buggies for your pet!

Do you have RV parking?

We have room for RV parking during your tour, but we do not offer overnight parking. Also, we do not have an RV hookup on the premisis.

Is the tour wheel chair accessible?

Our property is in the countryside of Holmes County, and wasn’t constructed with wheelchairs in mind. Wheelchair maneuverability depends on the person pushing the chair, but everywhere except the second story of our Amish house is wheelchair accessible for an able-bodied wheelchair handler.

Are you open year-round?

We are closed for the winter, from late October to late April. Check our Directions page for exact dates.

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