General FAQ’s

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?

– Playground equipment with swings etc.
– Cottonseed Mountain (kids love to climb & slide down)
– Sand pile with toy trucks & tractors for the kids.
– Covered hay rides around the farm.
– Petting Corral
– Pedal cart/tricycle Race Track
– Lots of “kid-powered” games
– Giant slides
– Special area for children under 5 years old

How do I plan a group trip or field trip?

Contact Brenda 

Include your name, if with a shchool , the name of your school, number of kids and adults that you hope to bring, and a few dates that might work for you.

Do you charge for parking?

Currently we do not charge for parking. Parking maintenance cost are absorbed in the admission fee and products we sell.

Our parking lot has marked parking spaces.  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. 

Can I bring in my own food?

Yes, we allow you to bring in your own food but ask that you do not bring in alcoholic beverages.

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.

Is there food available for purchase on the Farm?

Yes! Our OmaGoodness Coffee Shop is open for most of our events throughout the year. Some food items include; nachos, pretzels, sandwhiches, corndogs and more! Our coffee is distributed by Ryan Brothers Coffee! We hope you stop by on your next visit!

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Visiting Oma’s Family Farm during COVID-19

Here at Oma’s Family Farm we are committed to the health and safety of our guests, our staff and our family.  We have several hand washing stations throughout our venue and have added many hand sanitation stations as well.  We are implementing and following CDC and health department guidelines. 

We kindly ask that you come willing to comply with the guidelines we have set in place.  Masks will be required to join us here at the farm unless you can safely maintain a social distance of 6 feet from others not in your party. Masks will always be required when you ride the wagon ride and if you enter Oma’s Market (Gift Shop).   

Additionally, we have set up online tickets sales to reduce lines and contact. 
All admission ticket sales will be online.  No ticket sales at the gate.


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