Lots to do … for the whole family!

 Welcome to the River Maze for a “Cultural” Experience! (Agricultural, that is).  Our farm is located about one mile from the Ocoee No. 1 dam.  The dam was built in 1912 and was the source of the first hydro-electric power in Tennessee. Our farm borders the Ocoee River which  was the venue for kayaking in the 1996 Olympics. As you visit our farm, you will find out even more information… and who knows…you make even make acquaintances with Davy Crockett , or Nancy Ward!

Food this Year… Click for a menu!

All Aboard for the Cow Train!

All Aboard for the Cow Train!

Even More aMAZEing

We have a soybean maze with characters from Veggie Tales.  It will tell about fruits, vegetables, and their nutritional value!

 Kids will love a bumpity ride on the Cow Train.Soybean Maze Media Photo 2013

 We have a “No Left Turn” Maze that is challenging as well.  We have barnyard croquet,Water Wars, Corn Ball, Corn Toss, ”The Name Game” (a compass navigation game), and Corn Fusion (another compass game). We will be adding other activities when we can.Click here for Map and Directions

 

 

Friendly Farm Animals

Hey, down there!

Hey, down there!

We have a goat walk. You can feed the goats from a machine that dispenses feed and the goats will climb to the top of the platform so that they can eat the grain. It is neat.  You can try your hand at milking “Sparkie”or “Bessie, our make believe cows.  They don’t kick!

Sparkie, the Queen of all the Cows!

Sparkie, the Queen of all the Cows!

Take a Hayride!

Hayride around maze

Hayride around maze

We offer ‘farm fresh’ hayrides through our farm in the scenic Ocoee valley.
The views just can’t be beat!

Corn Cannon

Corn Cannon

Even More …

Enjoy a stroll on the Ocoee River Walkway. Try your luck with blasting corn cobs at a target with our two Corn Cannons.fetzer5
Visit our Pumpkin Patch for a variety of sizes and colors (good Lord willin’ and the creek don’t rise!).ppSpookleyv2