Our farm is great for birthday parties for all ages!
Whether you are turning 2 or 22, we have great options for all ages!
For the younger ones, we highly recommend having the birthday inside our Big Barn area which is right in the center of the Lil’ Farmers playground and the Farm Animal area. These Birthday Corrals can be reserved for your child’s birthday and they are centrally located in the Big Barn between the Lil Farmer’s Land and the Farm Animal area.
It is $25 to reserve the Birthday Corral for the day. When you reserve the Birthday Corral, you will get the group discount of $1 off per person. Each Birthday Corral has 4 picnic tables, a folding table, trash can and a set of 4 electric outlets. To reserve, you must fill out the Reservation Form and pay the $25 corral rental upon confirming the reservation. Please note that everyone entering the farm must pay admission. If you are paying for certain birthday guests, please have a guest list available for the ticket building staff upon arrival. We will check off the guests and then settle up prior to your departure.
We are now also offering Winterbrook Farms Feed Cups as the perfect party favor! These are reduced to $2 each and you can pre-order them to have as party favors for your guests. They are a huge hit with the kids!
For the teens and adults, we highly recommend renting a private campfire spot at the farm. These are reserved prior to your arrival and you can bring food and drinks (no alcohol please!). The campfire rental can be for the entire time you spend at the farm. We highly recommend coming in the evening! For campfire information, click here.
School Trips & Special Hours
We do book groups outside of regular business hours!
Each year we have multiple field trips and team building events at the farm. If you are considering bringing your class or group of employees out to the farm, please give us a call to discuss the options and pricing. There is a minimum number of people required for us to open our farm outside of regular business hours. (We are a working farm and there’s always work to be done! 🙂 )