Learning is an Educational Adventure on the Farm!
Teachers: Searching for a fun, educational field trip about plant life cycles, pollination, agriculture, and animal well being that is geared to age level? A Field Trip to Lewis Farms helps reinforce Michigan Education Standards.
We are a working farm with more than 700 acres of fruit orchards, vegetables, and farm animals. We make learning hands on and fun! Look for clues & find out about corn facts, life cycle of a chicken, and discover what bees, apples, and pumpkins all have in common. Everyone on your field trip will have the opportunity to pet and feed our animals. Find out what the animals eat and where they come from! This is truly an adventure in learning that will not soon be forgotten. Bring your cameras! Depending on the season, the adventure will vary. It’s an adventure … but it’s educational, as well!
Spring/Summer Field Trips
May – August
Tuesdays thru Fridays
Open at 9:00am, first tour at 9:15am
Stay as long as you’d like!
Only $6.00 per person!
One teacher and one aide per classroom (classroom size is 20) are admitted free.
Students, all other staff, chaperones, parents and siblings (all that can walk!) must pay field trip admission. Sorry, due to the already discounted price season passes or any other discounts do not apply.
Each paid admission will get a fresh cinnamon apple donut and juice.
Minimum of 20 is required for all field trip reservations.
Enjoy the farm experience at your own pace! You pick your own arrival time — plan a picnic lunch at the farm! Have fun with all the attractions and animals. Remember: Reservations are required for all field trips!
Attractions/Activities Open All Season
Apple Express – Barrel Train – Petting Zoo
Rubber Duck Races – Spider Web – Slides
MerryGoRound – Jumping Pillows – Pedal Carts
Bee Popper – Bee Display
Pirate Ship – Ball Town – TugOWar
Garden in a Glove (spring/summer only)
Special Attractions/Activities for Fall
Watch our big Pumpkin Chucker cannon, if the weather cooperates! (Pumpkins fly up to half a mile! Really!) Board the Apple Express for a narrated wagon ride through the Enchanted Forest, then out to the apple orchard to learn about apples and other fruits we grow. The Apple Express stops at the pumpkin patch where students can pick a pumpkin to take home.
For an extra fee in the Fall: Get lost in a 6-acre Corn Maze and/or try your hand at the Farming Rocks Gem Mining Company (price depends on the size bag of rough that you chose).
For all the details and some useful classroom resources,
go to: Teacher Resources