FAQ

Know Before You Go

We love our fury friends, however only service dogs are allowed on the farm grounds.

Yes, you can purchase tickets at admissions for our festivals and events. Junk In The Trunk is free to park and shop, so no ticket is required. Our Strawberry U-Pick (when in season) doesn’t require tickets either – just show up and start picking! For ticketed events, we strongly advise that you purchase tickets beforehand to avoid disappointment. You can purchase tickets here!

Our Country Store is open Monday – Saturday, 10 AM – 5 PM. Festival hours and dates vary depending on the event.

Yes, you can purchase them at our Country Store, and they’re redeemable at the store or anywhere on the farm during festivals.

We are open for all weather conditions, unless it becomes unsafe for guests. Please check our Facebook page for real-time updates. If you are visiting and the weather worsens, no refunds will be given. Please check the weather forecast before purchasing tickets.

We offer a discounted rate for groups of 12 or more. Please contact us for more information.

You can leave and re-enter the farm on the same day as long as you do not remove or tamper with that particular day’s wristband.

Our Country Store is wheelchair accessible and friendly. The farm grounds are wheelchair accessible and generally flat, however being a farm, there may be a few bumps here and there to navigate. Electric scooters are welcome on the farm, however due to safety, outside golf carts are not.

We accept both cash and card at Brown’s Country Store, however some of the events/festivals we host including the Fall Festival are cashless once you are within the grounds; you can however pay with cash at admissions. Being cashless within our festival grounds helps to reduce transaction and wait times. You can use your card, punch cards (when available) or Brown’s physical or digital gift cards.

Unless you have written permission, you cannot sell any food or drink at our events. Outside food, coolers, alcohol or drugs are also not allowed to be brought in to our festivals.

Other items not permitted are weapons, drones and professional photography/videography equipment; if you would like to use our farm for a professional shoot of any kind, please contact us.

Depending on the season, we grow a number of fruits and vegetables on our farm including Strawberries, Strawberry Onions, Watermelons, Yellow Squash, Zucchini, Corn, Peanuts and more. We also raise our own organic Beef and Pork.

Any children aged 16 or under have to be accompanied by an adult at our farm, unfortunately we have had to deal with parentless children on the farm who do not know how to behave! Children aged 2 or under have free entry to our paid-for events.

Please make sure that you are well protected from the sun at our farm; bring along sun hats and sunscreen.  We advise that you wear comfortable and closed-toe shoes at the farm; flip-flops are not the best choice of footwear!

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