Frequently Asked Questions
We are located in Wyckoff, New Jersey - the heart of Bergen County.
Our address is 700 Lawlins Road, Wyckoff NJ 07481.
We require facial masks in all public places. If you do not want to wear a mask or cannot wear a mask due to health reasons, we suggest having a friend or family member shop for you at this time of risk. Social distancing is also required.
For full information on our COVID-19 related policies and precautions, please visit our COVID-19 updates page by clicking here.
There is no admission fee to enter our farm and visit the Greenhouses and Farm Market.
There is a nominal admission fee for the Barnyard Petting Zoo. Barnyard tickets can be purchased the day before your visit at 10am via our website or in person at the Barnyard Booth the day of.
On Saturdays during the Fall, as well as busy holidays, tickets must be purchased in advance to visit our Barnyard Petting Zoo.
Hayrides & Pumpkin Picking admission can be purchased the day prior to your visit via our website here.
During the Fall season, please plan your visit ahead of time to ensure guaranteed entry. On Saturdays, as well as busy holidays (Sept. 28 & Oct. 12) patrons who do not have pre-purchased tickets may be turned away.
We accept cash and all major credit cards at the Farm Market and Greenhouses. There is a $10 minimum for all credit card purchases.
For you convenience, we have ATMs on site.
The Market and Barnyard Petting Zoo are open during the winter!
The greenhouses close just before Christmas and re-open in mid-March.
Yes, the farm is equipped with portable restrooms. All facilities are serviced to ensure cleanliness.
While we know that pets are family, we kindly ask that you do not bring your pet with you to the farm unless they are ADA certified and can perform required tasks.
For more information on our pet policy, please click here.
Due to limited space, we do NOT have an area available for picnics. We apologize for this inconvenience.
When deciding what to wear, please keep in mind that you are visiting a working farm. Conditions may arise that make it dusty and muddy. We recommend closed toed shoes (no heels). Hats and sunscreen are also a good idea, especially for outside activities.