Events & FAQ

2022 Fall Season Events:

August 12-27th: Sunflower Days (last day depends on weather; check Facebook page)

August 27th: Summer’s End Festival Parade

September 10th: Corn Maze Opens

September 17th: Caramel Apple Day & Antique Tractors

September 24th: Hometown Heroes – Free Admission for Police, EMS, Firefighters, Active Military. Present work id.

Last Day of the Season: October 29th


Field Trips: We offer field trips during our pumpkin season (September-October). Thursday and Friday mornings only starting at 10:15am. Please email Kaitlyn@hillsideacresfamilyfarm.com for availability and to schedule your field trip today!

Private Rentals: Looking for a place to host your next family reunion, birthday party, or church event? Email Kaitlyn@hillsideacresfamilyfarm.com for our rental agreement options and availability. Private rentals are only available from May-October. During our fall season, available only when closed to the public.

Group Rates: If you have group of 25 or more contact us for special admission pricing (25 or more paying in one transaction).


Photography: We love that photographers and families enjoy coming to Hillside Acres for photography sessions. We work hard to keep our grounds suitable for photos throughout the year and have many beautiful areas to get pictures taken.

For professional photography sessions, we do charge a site fee. This fee is as follows: $25 per hour time slots

Contact Kaitlyn@hillsideacresfamilyfarm.com to check availability and to schedule your sessions. Please be respectful of our operation and staff by making sure all sessions are finished when scheduled. Also please respect other customers, the natural environment, and food we are growing. No pets allowed.


Preparing for your visit:

• Please check the weather before coming to the farm. We post closures on our Hillside Acres Facebook page and Instagram. If we must close, we will give you a free pass to return at another time of your choice during the season. Admission passes are offered to customers who have been at the farm less than 1.5 hrs. We do not offer refunds.

• Wear comfortable shoes/rain boots that you don’t mind getting muddy if it has rained before your visit.

• Bring a stroller or wagon for small children.

• We love our furry friends, but no pets allowed on the farm. Service dogs are allowed. 

• Consider reserving a fire pit with a picnic table in Timber Town. They are just $25 for 3 hours and we supply the wood. 

• Lock up and secure your valuables before entering the farm. If you do loose items, check the lost and found at the admission booth. 

• Bring bug spray – just in case the mosquitos are out in Timber Town. We have had a few bee stings, please come prepared if you are allergic to them.