Farm Fun For Groups2017-09-26T15:24:49+00:00

Farm Fun For Groups

Farm Fun For Groups

Our Fall Festival makes the perfect destination for your Northern NJ or New York City area group.

The only thing better than a getaway to the country is gathering a large group of your coworkers, friends and family to join you on a visit to Heaven Hill Farm to experience a true working farm for some seasonal fun.

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 12-5pm -$10 per person ( under 2 is free)
Saturday-Sunday 10-6pm- $12 per person (under 2 is free)
Fall festival group trips to the farm are open to corporate organizations, senior groups, scout troops, church groups. Call 973-764-5144 to book your group fun Farm day!

Fall Farm Visits

Explore the farm in the Fall to learn about the farmer’s labor and see how the farm animals are growing and thriving in the country air. Fall tours begin the last week of September and run through the end of October $8 per person
1 teacher per class receives free admission. 
Group tours are available Wednesday, Thursday, Friday only until 5pm.
Educational field trips to the farm are open to school groups, homeschoolers, corporate organizations, senior groups, scout troops, church.

Fall group visits to Heaven Hill Farm include:

  1. An old-fashioned hayride.
  2. Farm animals
  3. Pumpkin picking in our pumpkin patch.
  4. Corn maze: solve all three games.
  5. The fabulous finger find game for your young corn maze adventures not quite ready for the big corn maze.
  6. Live beehive
  7. Hay Maze
  8. Maggie the Milking Cow
  1. Pedal Go Carts
  2. Boo Barn
  3. Spider web crawl
  4. Farm ball Arcade
  5. Playing in the Corn Box
  6. Visiting the “Chicken Little” Chick Barn.
  7. Dancing Robot Show
  8. Duck Races
  9. Much More
  10. A tented picnic area to relax and enjoy lunch or snacks. (All meals, snacks, food and beverage items are responsibility of customer)

Farm Market offering ice cream, farm fresh baked goods, fresh apple cider, Halloween shop, local produce and much more. Please keep in mind that tours take place in the field, dress appropriately. Enclosed shoes are a must as the farm terrain is sometimes rocky and/or bumpy, especially on the walk to and inside the pumpkin patch. The weather and temperatures can fluctuate; therefore dressing in layers is recommended.