Working a farm field, can now be a fun for the entire family or a date.
For $18 you get to ride around in a wooden wagon pulled by a rickety tractor for an authentic farming feel.
My tour guide for this one hour tour was Stacy (she’s hidden in the black hat), and throughout the ride she points out all the types of fruits and vegetables the farm grows (most people will have a hard time identifying things since it’s not in the produce section of the local supermarket).
Not only do you get to look, but you also get to eat all these veggies raw that were picked from the farm. If you don’t like raw veggies, you better get your fill of some Taco Bell Quesaritos before you get here because there’s also no tubs of Ranch dressing although you really don’t need it.
The green beans, sweet corn, cilantro, romaine, carrots and strawberries are all da’rish’us without it (ok, not the cilantro because who eats that just by itself?).
Since it was strawberry season they’ll let you loose like a bougie farm hand to have an AYCE strawberry feast or to pick and fill one carton of strawberries to take home. For once you can pick your own food, si tu pueda pinche Americano.
The Annual Schedule:
- March – June, strawberry tours
- July-August, watermelon tours
- March-Auguest, U-Pick tours
- October, U-Pick Pumpkin Patch
- December, Christmas trees
Times are typically 10am to 2pm during the summer months although you will want to check their calendar here for the exact schedule.
Produce Stand Hours:
Daily from 9 am till 5 pm.
What to Wear:
It’s a farm, dress appropriately like you’re going on a hike.
No dogs or wagons are allowed due to their insurance policy.
Price for Tours
- Adult $18, Child $18, children under 2 years old and under are free.
- Group rates are also available.
- Reservations available by calling (949) 653-2100 ext 204
30-acres of leased farm land to grow fruits and vegetables.