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A family experience we have made a tradition. We welcome you and your family to experience our farm first-hand. Each season is strung together by a collection of informative, fun, and reflective experiences that are promised to make memories for all ages. From our seasonal farmstand, educational tours, hands-on workshops, farm dinners, and our annual Mum Fest, we invite you to enjoy each fun and unique moment at our farm. 

Over the years, our small farm has become a destination for visitors from all corners of our state as well as out of state. We're blown away by the amount of people visiting what we call our little piece of heaven in rural DeWitt County, Illinois!

Below are some useful tips for getting the most out of your visit. Please visit our FAQ page for more commonly asked questions. Be sure to visit the bottom of this page for some of our favorite places to stop while you’re visiting DeWitt County!


What’s in Season

We open for the season the first of May and close the end of October. Weather and crop availability may cause us to open or close sooner or later. 


There are many ways to keep in the know during the season. Be the first to receive the latest news, crop availability, and event dates by signing up for our email newsletter. Our Facebook page is updated almost daily during the season. If you’re unsure or have questions before your visit, please do not hesitate to contact us.


Strawberries: Open picking kicks off in early June and ends the first Saturday of October. Our open strawberry picking is Saturday mornings ONLY. It is highly recommended to arrive at our farm, 15 minutes before opening. Most Saturdays, we are picked out within an hour! We do offer private picking by appointment during select days and times. Visit our strawberry page for more details.


Zinnias: Our zinnias are ready to cut in early July and last until early September. Visit our cut flowers page for more details.

Vegetables & Melons: Our convenient farmstand, located in our red barn, provides the opportunity to enjoy a wide variety of freshly picked vegetables, other locally grown/produced products (when available), and our farm's famous sweet corn. The farmstand is stocked from July to early September. 

Fall Garden Mums: We grow over 300 different mum varieties that start blooming the end of August until mid October. We typically start selling mums the end of August until the first weekend of October. If you’re planning a visit around the end of September or the first weekend of October, it is HIGHLY recommended that you check our website, Facebook page, and/or contacting us in advance to check availability. Visit our fall mum page for more details. 

Pumpkins: We now grow & sell 100 different varieties of pumpkins, gourds, winter squash, and other fall decorating favorites such as straw bales and corn stalk bundles. Our pumpkin season kicks off in mid-September and goes until the end of October. Visit our pumpkin page to learn more.

Know Before You Arrive

  • We are animal lovers and you may meet our farm dog Lucy when you visit our farm, but due to food safety regulations enforced by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), we no longer allow for you to bring your pets to the farm. Service animals are permitted at the farm. Service animals must always be under complete control of the individual.

  • Please watch for parking signs when entering our entryway. Our handicapped parking is located closest to the large sliding door of our red barn.

  • If you’re a new visitor to the farm, please check in with someone in our red barn before picking strawberries or fall mums.

  • Come early or come late. Our farm is busiest on Saturdays from the moment we open to just past lunch time. If you want to avoid the rush or just want time to talk with Mariah and/or Greg, we suggest visiting between 2-4pm.

  • Dress for the weather. Wear light-colored, cool, loose fitting, cotton clothes on hot days.

  • Closed-toe shoes are recommended.

  • Wear and bring with you sunscreen, a hat or visor and sunglasses.

  • We now have food concessions on the farm on Saturdays from May thru August and Fridays, Saturdays, & Sundays in September & October.

  • We now offer patio seating at the farm.

  • Additional food vendors will be at the farm on Saturdays in September. More details can be found on our Events Calendar and Facebook page.

  • We accept cash and contactless credit card payments.

  • Finally, have fun and take lots of pictures!


Places to Eat

There are several locally owned and fast-food restaurants in DeWitt County. Below is a list of our favorites in Clinton.


Coffee Corner

LaTeaDa (reservations recommended)

Snapper’s Bar & Grill

Cinco De Mayo

Sorrento’s Pizza

Monical’s Pizza

Ted’s Garage


Places to Visit

Clinton Lake Marina (3 Miles)

Clinton Lake State Recreation Area (6 miles)

Weldon Springs State Park (8.5 miles)

Clinton Antique Mall (9.5 miles)

Country Junction (home decor, boutique, etc.) (9.5 miles)


Places to Stay

Clinton Lake Vaction Rentals

Sunset Inn & Suites


Places to Camp

Weldon Spring State Park Campgrounds

Arrowhead Campgrounds

Clinton Lake State Recreation Area Campgrounds

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