We do offer field trips, currently only in the month of October during our fall festival, Maze Dayz. If you have a large school group (public, private, and charter schools), please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will send you a form and info so we can schedule a day for you to come join in on the fun and learning at a Maze Dayz field trip to the farm.
This information below is for homeschoolers only:
HOMESCHOOL FIELD TRIP OCTOBER 16
Gates open at 9:30am and close promptly at 1pm
Admission is $6/ person
CASH ONLY PLEASE
*Your farm trip will be approximately 2-3 hours long.*
Our Address is 8185 W Hwy 100 Bunnell, Fl. 32110
When the weather appears questionable on the morning of your scheduled tour, please call Cowart Ranch and Farms (386)437-0750 We will let you know the current conditions.
WE’RE LOOKING FORWARD TO HAVING YOU ALL AT OUR FARM!! ?
If you have a large group(over 15), please let us know how many to expect just so we have a small estimate and if you have any questions, please call Brittany at (386)-437-0750 or email us at:
We welcome small groups on this day too! Even a couple or just a few! No, you don’t have to be in a “homeschool group” to come!
Parents and Teachers:
(Lead Parents may want to send this part to all parents.)
For the best experience at our farm, please read the following so that you and your students are prepared.
—There will NOT be any vendors on site during week days.
—We have water/sodas available for $1, and we will have ONLY hamburgers($5) , all beef hotdogs ($3), and chips. We also have a country store where we sell pumpkins($1-15) and some local handmade items, etc. , if you’d like to bring a couple extra dollars.
—We do have porta-potties available with a hand-washing station.
—Students will be visiting a farm so please have them dress appropriately. Ex: Play clothes and close toed shoes. The students should be dressed appropriate for whatever the outside temperature is. If we have had recent rain, mud could be a possibility, so, old shoes, boots or rubber boots are best. Sandals are not recommended. Mosquitoes can be bad in the early mornings.
—You may bring your own lunches. There is a covered area with tables and chairs available. There is also plenty of room on the grass and teachers are welcome to bring large blankets/tarps for their kids to sit and picnic on.
Things you may need:
- Sunscreen – Bug spray – Map for directions to get here
- Water/food – Appropriate attire/close toed shoes -Hat/sunglasses
The children can participate in the following activities at our farm:
- 10:00am: Hands-on educational opportunities with the farm animals
- 10:45am: 6 acre Maze with educational stop points
- 11:00am: Interactive tractor pulled hayride
- 12:00pm: Life Cycle of a Pumpkin learning lesson
- Fun farm activities such as roping, farm slide, duck races using old fashioned water pumps, mini-maze, huge jump pad, corn hole, horseshoes, tire castle, and corn box.
Hopefully, Everyone will leave with a large smile on their face!