School Trips

Learning is Fun!

Summers Farm offers Fall Harvest School Tours for children in daycares, preschools, private and public schools. Our tours promote the exploration of agriculture at a real working farm and include a presentation by our farmers. Field trips are specially geared toward preschool through first grade. We provide a fun and educational, age-appropriate, hands-on learning experience.
Information for Teachers

What's included in your Field Trip

We are a real working farm. The tour includes a learning program and wagon ride, plus time for children to explore other farm activities such as the Jumping Pillow, Straw Mountain and more.
Each paid field trip admission gets one small pumpkin.
Meet our farmers and learn how a pumpkin develops from seed to fruit; understand what role bees play in growing food; view a real beehive; visit farm animals; and learn what food products are made from the crops grown on the farm
Bonus items for your Classroom: Included in your farm visit is one classroom pumpkin and a handout for follow-up classroom activities.

2024 Schedule

Starting September 27th
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday
9:00am – 12:30pm 
Reservations are required.

Field Trip Fees

$8.00 per attendee
(children and adults)
Children 2 and under receive free admission only with a paying adult. 
One teacher admitted free with a minimum of 5 paid student admissions. 
Additional teachers admitted free based on the following criteria: 1 teacher/5 paid student admissions.

Learning Objectives

We are a working farm producing pumpkins, wheat, soybeans, corn and hay. Our hands-on activities will show children about the lifecycle of crops, bees and farm animals.


If it is necessary to cancel your scheduled tour, please let us know as soon as possible so that we may fill your appointment time. 
Weather-related cancellations (cancelled by Summers Farm) may be rescheduled.
 Tips for your Field Trip
Prior to your field trip arrival, please check our website for conditions at the farm. In case of inclement weather, please call 301-304-3031 for more information. Because Fall weather can vary day-to-day, please encourage children to dress in layers and wear sensible walking shoes.

We have a few Farm Rules + Policies to make everyone’s visit safe and enjoyable!
 Please have a look before you come!

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