1495 Appleton Road
Elkton, Maryland 21921
2015: Sept 12 through Nov 1
Outdoor Festival Hours:
September: Sat & Sun, 10am-4pm
October & Nov: Sat & Sun, 10am-5pm
NO DOGS OR OTHER PETS ALLOWED -Please leave your loving pets at home...they may not get along with our loving pets!
No Outside Food or Beverage Permitted!
In celebration of the fall harvest, the BarnYard has a special theme for each weekend, offering families lots of variety and fun activities.
Of course, our BarnYard Buddies (farm animal area) are always here, and we have tons of activities going on in the BarnYard :
A variety of vendors will be on hand with tasty treats such as hotdogs, pulled beef, crab cakes, pizza, funnel cakes, french fries, and of course, our Milburn Orchards apple cider and yummy apple cider donuts and giant Royal Gala caramel apples!
Wagons available to rent for the kids (and your pumpkins!) or you are welcome to bring your own.
U-Pick Apples & Raspberries Adventures are normally available every weekend. There is NO admission charge for any "U-Pick" events.
Parties During Fall Festivals:
Recently added is a beautiful fenced pavillion available for private rental, along with a smaller white tent as a smaller option. In 2-hour increments, you can rent the pavillion that can hold up to 80 people under roof, 120 total with surrounding tables. It is right smack in the middle of everything and there is also an electric supply. The white tent available for rent holds up to 40 people, no electric supply, and is near the front of the FarmYard close to the main entrance gate.
Unless your guests are paying their admission fees themselves as individuals at full price, both of these rental options require advance purchase of Fall Event Admissions tickets, which will be discounted 20% off the prices listed above if atleast 20 are purchased.
We have all your fall decorating favorites: Bunches of real field corn stalks with corn on the cob still attached, Indian corn, and a selection of all kinds and colors of gourds, including the wee-tiny spoons, warted gourds, angel wings, bird house-type gourds, also straw bales, and colorful fall mums.
The old fashioned crook-neck pumpkins and striped crenshaws, the ones Grandma used to make her famous home made pumpkin pies from, are one of our specialities. And, of course, you may select from our many edible varities of winter squash. Bake ‘em with butter, mmm-mmm good!