Springtime on the Farm
Springtime Activities & More!
When: Saturday, March 20 - Sunday, April 11, 2021
Where: Moorpark Location
3370 Sunset Valley Road
Moorpark, CA 93021
Hours: 9am - 6pm
Description: Come celebrate with us at our Springtime on the Farm in Moorpark Saturday, March 20 - Sunday, April 11 from 9:00am to 6:00pm daily. With more than 50 acres to visit and numerous activities, there is plenty of space to get outdoors and enjoy the sunshine with family and friends.
Weekday Admission March 20 - 31: $6.00
Weekend Admission March 20 - 31: $10.00
Weekday Admission April 1 - 11: $8.00
Weekend Admission April 1 - 11: $12.00
Easter Weekend Admission: $12.00 (April 2, 3, 4)
Children UNDER 2 FREE
Seniors (65+), Military, Veterans, & Emergency First Responders receive a $2 admission discount every day (with valid ID).
→ Admission is at the gate only
→ All activities will take place daily
→ Only the activities listed below will be taking place
→ Dogs & outside animals are not allowed on the farm as per USDA Food Safety Regulations
Included with admission:
Underwood's Giant Easter Egg Basket
Giant Eggs & Numerous Photo Opportunities
Easter Story Labyrinth
Entry to Animal Center
Tractor-drawn wagon rides
Wooden Train & Bus
Easter Bunny House façade
Entry to Pick Your Own Fields (pickings in addition)
Fun Hill & Firetruck
Distanced photos with the Easter Bunny - Snap Your Own Pics! (9:30 - 5:45pm)
In addition to admission:
2 Animal petting areas
Baby Duck Feeding
Horse-drawn wagon rides (weekends only 10am - 5:45pm)
Bird House Making
Ring a Carrot
Safety: With 50 acres to visit, we are able to offer plenty of room for physical distancing. Masks will be required upon check-in, check-out, in our Animal Center, in our stores, and on the wagon rides. 6' physical distancing between groups required. This = 2 rows between groups in the Pick Your Own fields and a horse's distance from others. There is a vast amount of space to distance from others in the pick your own and Springtime areas and to move away from families/groups/individuals to another space if necessary. Numbers are monitored regularly to ensure a safe number of people on the farm. At any time, we may delay entry. If guests do not feel comfortable with these protocols or being around other people, we ask that they delay their visit until a time when they do feel comfortable. We must ask that guests also take responsibility for their behavior.
For additional safety protocols and rules, please visit the FAQ page of our website. Due to the restrictions by our county and state surrounding COVID-19, we will not have certain games or activities until after April 1. These activities are listed above with dates after them. Any activities that are not listed will not be taking place. Such activities not taking place include the Animal Show, Animal Races, certain games, pony rides, bouncies & play structures as they are not approved under Covid-19 restrictions. Activities that are permitted are listed above.
Best Days/Times To Visit: We encourage guests to visit during the week. Mornings when kids are in school and distance learning is recommended. Fridays are the most popular weekdays. Weekends, especially Easter weekend, are more popular. We will delay/hold entry as needed.
Ways To Save: Children UNDER 2 and parking are FREE. Seniors (65+), Military, Veterans, & Emergency 1st Responders receive $2 admission discount daily (w/ valid ID) at the gate. Full Frequent Farmer Cards receive free admission weekdays and 1/2 price admission on weekends. Current Season Pass holders receive free admission weekdays and 1/2 price admission on weekends. Please note: At any time, we may delay/limit walk-in admission to maintain a safe experience.
Food: We Bee Grindin' coffee truck will be selling hot drinks and smoothies. Code 3 Consessions will have fries, nachos, & sandwiches. Lion's Club will be selling hamburgers, hot dogs, & roasted corn. Mr. Softee will be on site with soft serve ice cream. Drinks & snacks will also be for sale at our Farm Markets, Country Store and mobile snack cart. Coolers are not permitted on the farm. There are tables for eating, but tables cannot be reserved. Birthday parties cannot take place at any time on the farm. Please maintain 6 feet distance from other groups at all times even while eating.
Pick Your Own Info: Acres of fruit and vegetables to pick. For more information on items available for picking, please visit the PYO page of our website.
PLEASE NOTE: NO DOGS ALLOWED This is per USDA, State and County Food Safety Laws. Service, Guide or Signal Dogs accompanying an owner ONLY. All owners will be required to fill out a form approved by the ADA acknowledging their dog is in fact a service, guide or signal dog and state the service their dog provides. Contact information of the owner and information on the dog must be provided along with a signature agreeing to the owner's responsibility of that dog while on the property. At any time, we have the right to exclude any service, signal or guide dog that is out of control and can't be placed under control by the owner or if the dog is not housebroken. Please see information below regarding an owner knowingly and fraudulently representing themselves, through verbal or written notice, to be the owner or trainer of any canine licensed as, to be qualified as, or identified as, a guide, signal, or service dog, under California Penal Code 365.7.
California Penal Code §365.7.
(a) Any person who knowingly and fraudulently represents himself or herself, through verbal or written notice, to be the owner or trainer of any canine licensed as, to be qualified as, or identified as, a guide, signal, or service dog, as defined below, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding six months, by a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars ($1,000), or by both that fine and imprisonment.
(b) As used in this section, “owner” means any person who owns a guide, signal, or service dog, or who is authorized by the owner to use the guide, signal, or service dog.
A service animal can be excluded from any ADA Title II or III public service or accommodation if any of the following situations exist:
The dog is out of control and the handler cannot get the animal under control; or
The dog is not housebroken.
We have the right to refuse any pets whose function is not that of a service animal. Puppies do not qualify as service dogs. We will screen each dog upon entry.
Not Allowed: No coolers. Small standard sized backpacks, purses & diaper bags ONLY. No smoking or e-cigarettes anywhere on the farm. No Dogs/Animals, Picnicking (eating at tables only), Coolers, Motorized Personal Vehicles, Scooters, Bikes, Segways, skateboards, or ride-ons of any type (except wheelchairs). Please visit our FAQ page for our rules, behavior policy and items not allowed on the farm. Please be prepared for a security check of any belongings prior to the on-line and walk-in entry. Have all bags open including any pockets prior to reaching the admission's booth.