Holiday Events at Superstition Farm- Fun for the Whole Family!

Moo-ey Christmas at Superstition Farm

Superstition Farm is hosting its 3rd Annual Moo-ey Christmas event again this year; bigger and better than ever. Come visit the farm from 5:00-9:00pm on December 3rd, 4th, 10th, 11th, 17th, and/or 18th and enjoy, for only $5 per person, entrance to the farm, a Christmas light decorated hayride around the dairy, petting zoo fun, and a s’more kit to roast over an open fire. Want more? Santa will visit every night (on a tractor) fromĀ 6-8pm to mingle with the kids, great Christmas tunes to enjoy & a warm fire to sit around, and “snow” for the kiddos to play in. We are also hosting our first Moo-ey Marketplace where you can wander and purchase great local gifts and crafts for your Christmas list.

For additional fees, we’ll be preparing Breakfast for Dinner, hot cocoa, cider, treats, and photos with Santa. Saddle up on a horse on Fridays ($3) and get free face painting from BOUNCE U on Saturdays!

Hot Cocoa December Days

Remember the awesome days of summer where only $5 bought you the (Super) Farm?

Well, they’re back! Every Tuesday-Friday, December 7th through 17th, $5 days returns!

For only $5 per person, come visit SuperFarm, enjoy hand-feeding our petting zoo friends, take a leisurely guided hayride around the property to see over 1,000 cows, & then heat up your grill with some Udder Delights hot cocoa! Deal. Deal. Deal. (See website for times.)

SuperFarm is hoping to fill your plate

That’s right, SuperFarm is mooooo-ving forward on expanding on the concept of “From Our Family to Yours”. Expanding on the idea “From Farm to Fork”. Yes, we wanna keep the food right here, and invite you to enjoy it on the farm. Over the next 30 days we’ll be serving our best treats to our best pals. (that’s you). Call to check availability and seating. Before you know it, we’ll be an officially open-for-busy-ness restaurant. So put your money where your mouth is! Come eat.

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