Field Trips

1 Sugar Lane, Newtown, Conn. 06470

Field Trips are scheduled in the months of September and October

We offer guided field trips to Castle Hill Farm, September - October!

Ever wanted to feed a cow, wondered about the lifecycle of a pumpkin, or curious about testing your luck as you venture through a corn maze? Castle Hill Farm offers guided, Educational Field Trips through the months of September and October.
 
Our tours can accommodate all group types including, school groups, special needs, adult day care programs, scouts, religious groups, and more. Through the guidance of a 30+ year educator, we have created the perfect tour for your curriculum, outlining the importance of agriculture in the community.
 
Each guided tour includes
  • guided walk through the corn maze to our observation wagon,
  • hayride out to the pastures to feed the cows, and
  • lesson-based walk through the pumpkin patch to learn about the lifecycle of the small pumpkin you’ll be taking home!
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Hours-

Christmas Trees: Opening 11/27/2020 12:00-5:00pm

    5 Hattertown Road ONLY this day

Corn Maze: Closed 

         Private Groups Contact Us for Maze Time!

Farm Stand: Closed 

Sunflower Stroll: Closed 

Pumpkin Patch : Closed

Hayrides: Closed

Flashlight Night Corn Maze: Closed

Special Events   Tree Farm    Pumpkin Patch   Corn Maze   Pumpkins   Christmas Trees  Sunflower Stroll

 

Venue Tours by Appointment Only

Main Tree Farm-  5 Hattertown Road, Newtown, Conn. 

Contact Us Here

If you are sick or not feeling well, please do not come to the farm stand or other activities. 

Masks are required while on the farm premises. 

 

PET POLICY: Dogs are permitted on the farm, however, must be FRIENDLY, cleaned up after (even within trees, wooded area, and tall grasses, etc.), leashed, and quite.

* If male dogs are seen 'marking their territory' on the farm, you will be asked to leave immediately- this is our of respect for our farm, visitors, and for health reasons.

We appreciate your understanding.

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