Farm Tours | Hayrides | School Field Trips | Dairy Discovery
Special Events:

A great chance for small groups or individuals who want to experience some Fun on the Farm!

Celebrate with us!
Enjoy a Tour and Take part in Seasonal Demonstrations!

2017 Events

Spring Break Bash

Farm Fun for the whole family! Guided educational tours will allow time for: hayrides, bottle feeding baby calves, watching cows being milked, dairy snacks, and more.

Friday, April 7 at 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Saturday, April 8 at 2:00pm - 4:00pm

Plan on about 2 hours for your visit. Admission is $10. Family Rate: Buy 4 admissions, get 1 free admission! Option to upgrade your visit to include the Robot Farm tour for $2 each (additional 30-40minutes). Or come at 4pm for the Robot Farm tour only ($6 per person).

Dairy Day Camp

Grades K-8. 10am-2pm (bring a sack lunch). Animal lovers will get 3 days of in-depth, hands-on learning about life on the dairy farm as they go through several stations. New this year - advanced stations for returning campers. Register by May 31st. $125.

June 12 - 14
June 26, 27 & 29

Click here for the camp registration form.
Click here for a flyer about the camp.

Kent County Youth Fair

Come see cows from SwissLane as they compete for top prize!

August 7-12
Dairy show on Friday, August 11

Fall Family Fun

Event includes our guided educational tours, butter making, and "spooktacular" straw maze.

Saturday, October 14 at 11:00am - 2:00pm
Saturday, October 28 at 11:00am - 2:00pm
Last tour departs at 1:00pm.

Plan on about 2 hours for your visit. Admission is $10. Family Rate: Buy 4 admissions, get 1 free admission! Option to upgrade your visit to include the Robot Farm tour for $2 each (additional 30-40 minutes). Robot tour starts at 2:00pm.

  • Swisslane Farms is a working farm with machinery and equipment. Please instruct children to use safety precautions prior to your visit.
  • A snack is included with the tour, but bring a lunch and enjoy the picnic area!
  • Rain or Shine
  • Dress appropriately for weather/farm environment! Tennis shoes or boots required. It always feels 10 degrees colder on the hayride- dress in layers!


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