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Apple Acres Farm

Farm Tours

There are many reasons visitors take a farm tour or seek out one of our unique farm experiences. While some do have prior farming or homesteading experience, many do not! Most simply are curious about what it's like to open up a hive, spend time with cute little goats, forage for wild mushrooms with an expert, or learn about the realities of off-grid living. We like to think about our farm as a living laboratory (farm-oratory?) where people can experience a vibrant, sustainable, and human-scaled farming. 

Our  current seasonal tour offerings include maple syrup making (early spring only), goat happy hour, wild mushroom foraging, backyard beekeeping, regenerative farm tour, off-grid living tour, and farm stand + skill share (free each Friday in the summer). Below you will find a description of each tour as well as a schedule of tour offerings.

For tours, we offer a 25% reduced rate for children 13 and younger (coupon code FarmKids) as well as a discount of 15% for groups of 4 or more (coupon code GroupFun). These offers do not apply to retreats.


  • Swing by our farm stand on Fridays (June - September) and learn a new ...


    2 hr

  • Join Niko and Nibler on a relaxing and entertaining forest hike

    Thu, Sat, Sun

    1 hr

    25 US dollars
  • An introduction to foraging for wild edible and medicinal mushrooms

    Mon, Thu, Sat, Sun

    1 hr 30 min

    45 US dollars
  • An introduction to natural beekeeping tailored to your interests

    Fri, Sat, Sun

    1 hr 30 min

    45 US dollars
  • Enjoy the happiest of hours with our two Nigerian dwarf goats, Niko an...

    Mon, Fri

    1 hr

    25 US dollars
  • Learn about our small-scale, regenerative farming operation


    1 hr

    20 US dollars
  • An introduction to solar-powered living


    1 hr

    20 US dollars
  • Learn the ins and outs of how maple syrup is made

    20 US dollars

We love to share the farm and do our best to offer tours and experiences at times convenient for visitors and farm stay guests.


If you are interested in a tour on a different day or time than what is offered, please let us know! We will do our best to adjust tour offerings to better suit your schedule when possible. We need at least one week advance notice for each request. 


We appreciate your interest as well as your understanding for our need to balance daily farm work with sharing the farm with visitors!


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Farming isn't for everyone, but farm tours and experiences are!


It's hard not to fall in love with Niko and Nibler, our two Nigerian dwarf goats, or marvel at the superorganism that is a honey bee hive (especially when it reaches 60,000+ bees in the peak of summer!). Spending time on a small-scale, regenerative farm not only allows us to connect more deeply with our food and natural systems, it's also fun and relaxing. 


Don't believe us? Check out the farm tour reviews below or just come out and experience the fascinating antics of our free-range chicken flock. Those tiny dinosaurs provide endless entertainment as they go about their daily lives!


Honey bee queen

This was a really fun way to learn about bees and beekeeping! I thought I knew a bit about bees already, but Heather taught us so much more! We could tell she genuinely cared for the bees' welfare, as well as that of the other animals on her property. Now, I'm looking forward to learning more about beekeeping, and maybe have bees of my own in the future!

-Elise, September 2022

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