We are so excited to be back at Milton’s Springridge Farm! It’s been a long time, but you’re sure to have just as much fun – or more! Here’s what to expect when you visit.
Getting to Springridge Farm in Milton is easy-peasy, and they have a ton of free parking. Their lot is gravel, and there is a paved walkway getting you to the farm store and bakery. The grounds of the farm yard are a mix of dirt and wood chips. It may be difficult for some strollers, so keep that in mind.
The Fun Farm Yard is Open!
Springridge Farm’s “Fun Farm Yard” is a long-time family favourite place to visit. This is a great place for multi-generations to visit together. The grandparents have as much fun as the kids do!
When Victoria visited on opening week, it was busy, but since then it’s gotten less crowded. The farm is not asking for visits to be pre-booked, you can pay for your visit on a first-come, first-serve basis. Admission for everyone over 2 years old is $9 a person. This gets you full access to the farm, which includes:
- spider web climber
- tube slides
- NEW & IMPROVED giant sandbox
- straw play
- goat mountain
- escarpment lookout
- farm animals
- antique tractors
- singing chicken show
- pedal tractors & farm hoppers
- tractor-drawn wagon ride
- big red Adirondack chairs for parents to sit and relax while children are enjoying the fun farm
Don’t forget a camera because there are a ton of photo ops with the cutouts, animal statues and of course the big red Muskoka chair.
Are There Animals At Springridge Farm?
Oh yeah, there are! Springridge is home to goats, rabbits and chickens. The goats have a very cool enclosure with a spiral staircase and their own red barn. The rabbits are sooooo soft and those silly chicks are hilarious to watch and feed. Definitely bring your animal-lover to visit.
Bring a few quarters so you can buy some feed for the animals.
Reader question: Are pets/dogs allowed at Springridge Farm? Service dogs are welcome, but all other pets should stay home for this trip.
what else is there to do at springridge?
In addition to the animals at the farms, Springridge is home to some great kid-friendly activities. At the top of Victoria’s must-do list was riding the pedal tractors. Located in a big open-air barn with a paved floor, kids can hop on and off brightly coloured tractors and peddle around at high speeds (well, as fast as they can pump their legs!).
Also, hop on the Farm Hoppers – those inflatable animals that kids sit on and bounce around on. Then wander over to the giant pipe slides and little to the vibrating giggles and kids of all ages make their way down over the corrugated ride. Make time in your visit to watch the singing chicken show, too. Lots of laughs!
Wagon Rides and Escarpment Look out
A visit to the farm wouldn’t be complete without a ride in their big, red wagon. Rides are included in your admission and run hourly starting at 10:30 am until 4:30 pm on weekdays, and on weekends the tractor runs continuously from 10 am till 4 pm. The ride is non-stop and takes about 15 minutes. You’ll get a tour of the farm and some beautiful views of the escarpment.
Speaking of the views. make to make the trek up to the Escarpment Lookout. It’s a workout, but you won’t regret it! On a clear day, you can see the CN Tower!
tips for visiting springridge farm
- Remember your camera – so many cute photo opportunities
- Bring some quarters so you can get some animal feed for the goats, rabbits and chickens
- Food is available on-site, so don’t bring your own into the farm. Snack in the car if you need to
- Pack your hand sanitizer as there is a lot to touch
- Masks need to be worn in the bakery/market and when you’re buying tickets
- Lots of tables and seating
- Plan to be here for a few hours, and for kids to have a blast!
Springridge Farm is located at 7256 Bell School Line in Milton, Ontario.