During the month of November boy and girl scouts, their leaders and their families pay $5.50 admission and firepit rentals are half price.
The Dewberry Barnyard
No farm is complete without a barnyard. Here at Dewberry Farm our animals take pride in calling the farm HOME!
The Golden Goat Bridge is for our busybody goats. Watch them walk up the steps and scurry across the 20 foot high suspension bridges as they race for treats. This is an interactive activity—children are able to send the food up with pedal conveyor belt feeders.
Be sure to say hello to Linnie, Winnie, Bennie and Earl our resident "watchdog" Guineas. You won't believe the racket they make if they think something is happening that shouldn't.
The rabbits in Bunnyville sit quietly and watch the huge bull frogs kicking back around the farm pond.
Around the farm:
··The Cackle Palace
You have never seen anything quite like our singing chickens. Dewberry Farm is proud to present The Cackle Palace. The songs will have you tapping your feet and "Corny" jokes will make you chuckle plus learn a little about farming along the way.
··Zeke's Lost Treasure
A real working mining sluice is an old world treat for kids and adults. You can purchase bags of "rough" and learn about semi-precious gemstones by panning. Find treasure like arrowheads and fossils, too. $Special Activity$
··Rubber Duck Races
Four ducks, four pumps, four races and watch the water fly! Work the old fashioned pump as fast as you can to send your race duck zooming down the slide. Watch everyone get excited cheering on their winning duck.
··The Black Hole
Ooooooooo! What is it? It stands 8 foot tall, 40 foot long and spins — challenging your sense of balance. It's loco-motion! $Special Activity$
This is our special place for visitors 7 years and under. They can ride a trike around "Pedaler's Avenue", rock on old fashioned spring horses, and much more. Plus, we have a nice shady barn for older far - 9/27/2008 - 11/30/2008
Sat 10-10; Sun Noon-Dusk
$11.00 General Admission (Ages 3-54); Seniors $8.00
Interstate 10 take exit 737 (Pederson Road), go north to Highway 90, turn left onto Highway 90. Go about 1/4 mile to FM 2855 and turn right. Go across the RR track and go 8 miles to the stop sign. Turn left onto FM 529. Go four miles to stop sign. Turn right onto FM 362. Dewberry Farm is 1/3 mile up on the left.