What is your pet policy?
We request that you not bring your pet to Ramsey's Farm when we are open for public and/or private events. For the safety of all we must err on the side of caution. Leashes do not provide adequate protection.
As always, you are welcome to walk your leashed pet on Ramsey's Farm when we do not have events taking place during the season. Events are held from Mid-September through the first weekend of November, with some possible exceptions. You are welcome to walk your pets on other Woodlawn Trustees, National Park, and State Park properties according to their posted rules.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
If it is raining, will the farm be open?
Because we are an outdoor venue, most of our operations are weather-dependent. Early closings or late opening are usually made on a case-by-case basis to ensure the safety of our guests. To find out information on adjusted farm hours, please see our facebook or instagram pages or call us.
How are night events different from pumpkin patch during the day?
Night events add even more fun onto the fall season. Come out to the farm on Friday and Saturday nights in October for a bonfire, extended nighttime hayride and have some fun in our flashlight corn maze! Night events are perfect for family gatherings or to get out of the house and enjoy more nice weather. We ask that guests stay out of the pumpkin patch at night so that the pumpkins can rest.
Do you offer any events or activities outside of pumpkin season?
Yes we do! We are on the farm year round. This year we have held corporate events, a polar plunge in the Brandywine and much more! You can contact us to schedule private events on the farm.
Why do I need to purchase an activity wristband as a parent if children under 2 are free?
To make it fair to everyone who wishes to enter the activities, parents who are entering with children must also have a ticket. For the safety of everyone at the farm, we ask that parents supervise their children at all times and do not send children into activities on their own.