There is so much to do at the farm, so we tried to get in as early as we could to take advantage of the all the activities before the egg hunt started. My son is a night owl, so getting him up early and out the door isn't always easy, but we arrived about an hour and a half before the hunt. Admission this year was $11 for children, although there was an advanced ticket sale price of $9. It is free for adults and infants to attend. This is helpful if you have grandparents or other family members who want to join and spend time with your children. They do also have a pancake breakfast and some food vendors on site for an additional cost, but Elliot only wanted to play and had no time to stop and eat anything!
The farm offers a lot of fun activities for the whole family. There are two giant tube slides, a hay maze, peddle carts, tractor ride, a playground and farm animals to visit. Elliot's favorite activities, though, are the water pump duck races, the air pillow and the jump pad.