Our wagon ride is the closest thing to an old fashioned hayride, without all the itching and discomfort! So its great for the kids, the grandparents…the whole family! Or the gang from work…from church….you name it!
Plan about an hour and a half for the ride. You’ll board the wagon and travel to a secluded pine grove where you’ll enjoy a campfire. Bring along refreshments, roasting hot dogs and marshmallows and of course tell some stories around the fire! We offer sticks for roasting use at the campfire, and there are picnic tables for your use as well.
You can purchase individual tickets and travel with folks to make friends with, or you can purchase the whole wagon as a private ride for just your friends. The wagon rides can be booked throughout the entire year. If you don’t see a date on our schedule, call the farm and we’ll do our best to accommodate a time just for you!
About the Wagons
We have constructed a body on top of running gear used on the farm that will carry up to 16 passengers. We have added bench seating and two steps with hand rails for the comfort of our guests and a much easier boarding experience!
If you are looking to plan an event for a large group please call us (603 483-5623) to discuss options. We have many wagons, we offer catering and have a comfortable warm-up room available for those exceptionally chilly nights! We are always willing to customize our rides. For more information please call (603 483-5623) or email John to discuss options.
You Should Know:
- “Check in Time”
You will be asked to select a time while purchasing your ticket(s). Our staff CANNOT check you in any earlier than 15 minutes before your chosen time. If you arrive LATER than your chosen time you will not be able to participate in the event.
- Dress appropriate for outdoor weather.
- You may bring along additional refreshments and beverages if you wish.
- Plan on being at the farm for approximately 1.5 hour.
- Sled Runners or Wheels?
The condition of our trails determines whether or not we use sled runners or wheels.
(Sleighs need a 6 inch base of packed snow.)