Our Fall Festival will be open 9/25-10/31 on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday only. Pumpkin Destruction Day will be on 11/6.
We are only open seasonally in the fall, winter, and spring.
Current u-pick crops for our fall season are: sunflowers and zinnias.
You are welcome to eat blueberries as you are picking (we encourage you to try them to find your favorite variety), and there is not an ‘all you can eat’ fee. Strawberries, however, cannot be eaten in the field due to their limited quantity. All strawberries must be purchased before you eat them.
Mums will be available for sale during our Fall Festival.
We accept all major credit and debit cards. For any guests who bring cash, a cash-to-gift card option is available at guest services. Guests will be able to transfer cash onto an Atwood Family Farms gift card. The gift card can then be used throughout the farm for all purchases. We do not accept personal checks.
There is no parking fee for our Fall Festival. For our Fall Festival admission is $9.95.
There are many picnic tables available under our pole barn for a shaded area for families to enjoy. We also have some picnic tables near our kids zone to provide seating while kids are enjoying our playgrounds.
Lost and found is located in our snack barn, if you lose something please report to the blue barn during our normal u-pick hours and describe the item lost, a team member will be happy to help you.
We have a handicapped accessible restroom. Our farm is mostly grass and we have wide grassy lanes between our u-Pick crops for easy access by wheelchair. Please note that some areas on the farm are sandy and might be difficult for a wheelchair to pass through.
Currently we have no baby changing tables. We apologize for the inconvenience.
We suggest wearing closed toe shoes, a hat and/or sunscreen and cool, comfortable clothing. We’ll provide you with containers to pick blueberries and strawberries. At checkout, we will provide you with clamshells to take your fruit home in. We’ll also provide scissors for cutting flowers and bags to transport them home.
While we love dogs as much as you do, we cannot allow animals of any kind onto the farm for the health and safety of our guests and in accordance with federal and state regulations. Florida food safety regulations prohibit any animals from entering a field that will be harvested for the consumption of fresh produce. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Strollers are welcome at the farm. Most areas are easy to navigate, but some areas are a little sandy.
We do not allow outside food or drink. This includes coolers filled with any type of beverage, any alcohol, and catered meals (including cake and ice cream). You are welcome to bring bottled waters.
You are welcome to bring bottled waters.