- Arrive early! The earlier you go the less people there are and it’s cooler.
- The festival begins Labor Day weekend and runs until November 5th (check their website for specifics). They are open from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. daily.
- The produce differs depending on what is available when you go (you can always call ahead to check what is available for picking on a given day). They additionally sell produce from their farm that has been picked by them.
- Cost is $15/person or $50/family of 4. They supply the bags.
- Our companions had brought gloves, pitch forks, knives to cut the base of cabbage, large garbage bags to aggregate smaller bags of food, shovel and a bucket. You certainly don’t need to bring any of this, but if you are serious, we were grateful to have access to their tools….and their kind instruction.
- There are places to picnic and they welcome you bringing lunch. They sell some light snacks and drinks as well. There are many other attractions for children such as a petting zoo, hay pyramid to climb, race track with pedaling vehicles and more.
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