Boggy Creek Farm Austin
Where is it at?
Boggy Creek Farm
3414 Lyons Road
From downtown Austin, head on East 7th St to Pleasant Valley Road, and turn left. 4 blocks will be a stop sign at Lyons Road. Turn right and the farm will be on your left.
Where are we going today?
Boggy Creek Farm is a charming little produce farm in Austin, Texas, where kids can learn ALL about fresh fruits and vegetables, and where they come from!
Have they ever thought apples grow in supermarkets, or wondered where a carrot lived before ending up on their plate?
Bring the kids down and make a day of wondering around all their beautiful produce - some of it is all year round! The organic produce will be available any time of the year, but of course there are spring vegetables too.
It's not just vegetables they sell either - they have eggs straight from their Hen House, as well as a whole range of free range meats and even authentic rain water! (Also a great way to catch a drink, kids, if there is every a rain storm outside!)
And kids, you will like this - CHOCOLATE! They have a delicious cross between a brownie and a truffle, and parents, never you worry as it's gluten free!
You are more than welcome to head on down with the family and enjoy a self-guided tour of the farm (August to October). All of the areas are open to the public! Kids will love learning about all areas of the farm and seeing the food grow in its natural environment.
If you would like to enjoy a guided tour of the farm, you can enjoy a 45 minute tour - it is a working farm after all so you can get the ins and outs of how it works!
Grab Old MacDonald and come on down!
When can we go?
Tours August to October, 8am - 1pm / Market Days vary on season so check. Open Wed and Sat 8am - 1pm
August - October.
It's a farm! .
Any Top Tips?
If you want to do a 45 minute guided tour it's $85 for up to 30 people. .
What people are saying?
by Becky Rutland
Austinites who don't go here don't know what they're missing. I bought green beans, eggplant, okra, kale, fresh eggs and locally made strawberry jam. If I didn't already have some bagged salad greens from HEB in my fridge, I would have bought their salad mix. It looked so fresh and good. I did buy some arugula for sandwiches and pesto. Great place!
by S KLUCKHOHN
I was very pleased with this market!! Lots to choose from and loved seeing the nice people!! It was my first time going and was hard to find because the sign wasn't too visible!! They need to place a sign either closer to street or maybe a larger one...lol. I like the fact they had the Asian Long Beans because they are hard to find and at a reasonable price!! Thanks!! I would recommend you going and checking it out!!!!
by Bryan Heckler
Great place, good people. Most don't even realize the quality of some of the farms we have within Austin city limits. This is one of the best.
by predator power
so much charm in a little space! go get some goat cheese or, if the weather strikes ya, goat cheese ICE CREAM. de-lish! good coffee, good bread, great staff.
by Avian Kehoe
The best local farm in Austin. great produce and very friendly folks! go on one of the urban farm tours, you wont be dissapointed!