Thursday, January 6, 2011

Cornucopia Farm

Cornucopia Farm
5444 N Rutherford Hollow Road
Scottsburg, IN 47170
(812) 752-6694

Cornucopia Farm has lots to do and is a fun place to visit in south central Indiana. Slide down the Giant Hillside Slide, eighty feet of downhill fun. The Petting Farm has goats, calves, pigs, sheep, chickens, and more. Be a visitor during late afternoon, and you might even get to bottle feed a baby calf. The kids will have fun in the Super Straw House which is made from 3' x 8' bales of straw.

In the fall take advantage of our U-Pick Pumpkin Patch and Wagon Rides. On Saturdays and Sundays visitors may ride in the tractor-drawn wagon to the pumpkin patch to select their own pumpkins. Cost is $1 per person for the ride. Pumpkins are weighed and priced by the pound.

Educational fun for the kids as they visit the Observation Bee Hive which is located inside the Pumpkin Shed. Visitors may watch honey bees in action. Try to find the queen bee and watch the worker bees bring pollen and nectar back to the hive.

Entertain yourself at the Cornucopia Carpet Ball, a quick action game involving pool balls, a long box, and a friend.

When you visit this Indiana farm place you can also milk a cow, ride a horse or participate in a Pumpkin Roll.




Little visitors at the farm can play in the Little Farmers Play Area:

Located inside the Pumpkin Shed, this is for small children to play at a kid size table. There is also a kid size slide and swing set located outside.

Enjoy Saturday Night Campfires, weather conditions permitting, Cornucopia Farm usually has a campfire on Saturday nights in October.

Rest Rooms:

Portable facilities with a nearby hand-washing station are available.

Picnic Area:

Picnic tables are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Big Trikes:

All ages can ride these trikes around the yellow track!

Corn Hole:

Try our Hoosier-style "farm horshoes." We are a member of the American Corn Hole Association.

Duck Races:

All ages can ride these trikes around the yellow track!

Enjoy your visit to an Indiana farm, a great place to have fun and learn about agriculture

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