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Plan Your Visit
6 Tips for Your Next Visit to Clovermead Adventure Farm
1.) Come Early and Plan to Stay Several Hours
Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. from June 1st until October 31. Open on holidays but closed only on Sundays. Expect to spend 2-5 hours at the farm as there are many activities to do including the corn maze, wagon rides, bee train rides, jumping pillow, mazes, pedal cart track, and farm animals.
2.) Dress for the Weather
Check the weather before coming and dress accordingly. Dressing in layers will allow you to add or remove clothing throughout the day. We recommend a supportive pair of walking shoes to keep your feet comfortable (avoid sandals, Crocks, flip flops, or high heels). For small children we recommend shoes that can easily be put on and taken off as you can’t wear shoes on the Jumping Pillow or Jump Pad.
3.)Rain Some attractions and the Beestro Cafe may be closed due to inclement weather. If it begins to rain within 45 minutes of your arrival and you leave within that time, we will provide day passes to you and your group so you can come back for a visit another day. You must present your proof of purchase (time must be within 45 minutes) in order to receive the passes.
4.) Pack the Necessary Provisions
Suggestions include: water bottles, a light jacket, sunscreen, or boots in rainy season. We serve food at the BeeStro Cafe (sausages, french fries, ice cream, chips, and drinks). Beestro Café is open daily in July and August. Please note it is open Saturdays and Holidays only in June, September and October.
We have reserved picnic tables outside the farm if you wish to bring your own lunch. Please don’t forget diapers, wipes, and food/formula for young children. Remember your camera as there are many great photo ops around the farm to capture your memories. We have a Family Station for breast feeding and diaper changing.
5.) Bring a Stroller
A jogging stroller or a stroller intended for outside use makes transporting tired children much easier. A small child’s wagon would work as well. Strollers with small wheels tend not to work well in the grassy field or dirt trails of the corn maze. We have a limited number of wagons here, free for your use, available on a first come basis.
6.) Please don’t Bring Your Pets
We Do Not allow pets (except service animals). We also do not want to see any animals left unattended in hot vehicles. Please leave your pets at home or with a friend/family member.