HOMESCHOOL FIELD TRIP DAY

From USD $10.00
  • Duration: 5 Hours (approx.)
  • Product code: HSDAY
Enjoy your day at Dewberry Farm with other local Homeschool groups!  

Exciting news:  2nd date just added -  November 6, 2020


After group check-in, feel free to roam around the farm as a group or independently. 
Today only, there is no need to "stay with your group" as required on a normal field trip.


Do we have to wear a facial covering?

Yes, per Gov. Abbott’s mandate, “Customers must wear a face covering wherever it is not feasible

 to maintain 6 feet of social distancing from another individual not in the same household.”

Children under the age of 10 are exempt from this policy.

Homeschool Day Field Trip Admission:  $10.00 per person (age 3 and up)


What's Included:  Activities include (but not limited to): Corn Maze, Sliiide Mountain, Pedal Carts, Jumping Pillows, Roller Slide, Black Momba, Fort DewHickey, Farmer Flinger, Hay Mountain, Waldo's Box Car Train, Imagination ChooChoo, SpringTown, Spider Web, Horse Shoo Lake, Windmill Park, Pumpkin Hollar, Cackle Palace, Goatel 6, Rubber Duck Races, Barnyard Animals, Puzzle Maze, Tether Ball, Little Farmersville, Sound Garden, Hoppy Balls, Human Foosball.  This Fall we will be offering a ride on our Dewville Express Train in place of our normal Wagon Ride around the farm.


DEW more on your Homeschool Field Trip Day visit  -  enjoy unlimited play on the Whizzer and one other extra activitiy TBD!  (normally only available on weekend visits)   


Minimum of 15 guests required to make a group reservation.  Reservations required. Homeschool groups will receive one complimentary admission for every 15 paid admissions when payment is made in one consolidated payment.  Complimentary admissions will be calculated at check-in when payment is due in full. Once a reservation has been confirmed the group leader must release any unfilled spots at least 30 days prior to your field trip.  Any increases in attendees will be based on available space only.

Lunch is not provided by the farm.  Everyone should bring a sack lunch.  A concession stand and the Country Store will be open for purchases.