Credit cards are accepted for Admission, Kitchen & Country Store!
We do love pets! We have a few of our own and you may even catch a glimpse of one behind our check out counter! But we are not able to allow pets on the farm, even if on a leash, due to the farm animals and so many small children. Thank you for understanding!
Our store is full of handmade items by local vendors like soaps, pottery, tasty treats, iron works, signs and succulents just to name a few. We also have t-shirts, cups, ornaments and helpful staff when you are ready to check out with a wheelbarrow full of pumpkins!
Purchase a season pass and enjoy the farm as many times as you like during our fall season. Season passes are only good when the farm is open to the public and may not be used for field trips. General admission dates for 2018 are September 29th through October 28th and hours are Friday 2-5, Saturday 9-5 and Sunday 1-5.
One & Under Free!
General Admission includes tax and all farm activities:
decorate a scare crow
hay bale maze
Fall photography displays
loblolly nature trail
samples from cookhouse
Friday 2pm-5pm cst
Saturday 9am-5pm cst
Sunday 1pm-5pm cst
Live Music Every Saturday during the month of October 11:00-1:00!
September 29th : Iron City Boys
October 6th : John Howle
October 13th : Ryan Robertson
Ocotber 14th : David Winkles
October 20th: Macain Carlile
October 27: Captaincy Undercover
We welcome birthday parties, church groups, corporate events, and other groups during our operating hours on the weekends. Reservations are not required but we do appreciate notice of large groups or outings. Admission price for large groups of 20 or more guests is the same as regular admission but includes a small $3 pumpkin with child's admission. A pumpkin voucher will be given at the ticket booth when admission is paid.
Birthday parties are welcome to set up party supplies under our pavilion or picnic area by grain bin.
Field trips are by appointment only and are available Tuesday though Friday 8:00am to 2:00pm in October.
School groups get the full farm experience as they rotate to different stations with their class. Field trips last two hours and fifteen minutes with each station lasting fifteen minutes. Groups have story time, visit the petting farm, country kitchen, go on a hayride, pick a pumpkin in the pumpkin patch, go down the pipe slide, play in the corn crib and hay maze, decorate a scarecrow, visit the teepee and see actual Cleburne County artifacts, take a ride on the pipe swing and wagon train, and more!
Hamburgers, hotdogs, corndogs, chips, drinks, tea cakes, pork rinds and more are available for purchase from our kitchen during field trip hours! Schools are also welcome to bring a sack lunch and enjoy a picnic after a fun farm day!
Have a seat and relax at one of our many picnic areas with some delicious treats! We have hamburgers, hotdogs, corndogs, pork rinds, teacakes, apple pies, chips, Coke products, tea, coffee and more! And new to our menu on the weekends only ribs, pulled pork and brisket!!
Pumpkins -prices marked
Fall décor -haybales, corn stalks, mums, gourds, Indian corn
Country Store items
Join us at Bennett Farms for an entertaining agricultural experience! We are a fourth generation farm and we want to share the fun with you and your family! The pumpkin patch is only open the month of October!
From our pick your own patch with $3 pie pumpkins to Atlantic Giants around $24, we hope to meet all your pumpkin needs! Carving pumpkins range in price from $8-$20 depending on size and we have a variety of decorative pumpkins and gourds too! Prices are marked on the pumpkins.