Can I bring my pet to the farm?
For the health and safety of our animals and the safety of all of our guests, we ask that you not bring your pet to the farm. Fully trained and certified service animals are permitted. Service dogs are trained to do work or perform a task for persons with disabilities. Comfort and/or emotional support animals are not service animals, and are not recognized by the ADA.
What activities do you have for kids 2-13 years old?
Click here for a list of attractions at Oma’s
How do I plan a group trip or field trip?
Click here to fill out a form with your group’s information and we’ll reach out about scheduling
Do you charge for parking?
We do not charge for parking! Please park within the marked areas. If a parking attendant is on duty, please follow the instructions of the attendant as where to park. Please drive very slowly in the parking lot as there will be many children present. There are designated handicap parking spots near the front entrance. Please do not park in these slots if you do not have a need for them and/or a handicap permit.
You are allowed to bring in your own food and drinks. We ask that you do not bring in alcoholic beverages. We also offer food and drink options at our OmaGoodness Cafe. Click here to see what we have!
Can I smoke anywhere on the property?
We are a non-smoking venue. If you must smoke, we ask that you go out to the parking lot, well away from hay and dry cornstalks, before you light up.
When are Wagon Rides?
Wagon Rides are available for purchase during our pumpkin patch and Christmas seasons. They run every half hour with the last ride of the day leaving at 6 pm.
Is the entrance road paved?
No, it is a dirt road since it is not county maintained. We do grade and water the road on a regular basis to make it an enjoyable driving experience for our guests.