Toms Farms Corona
Where are we going today?
Tom's Farms offers a range of attraction to delight young children.
Features include fun Gem Panning experience at the Mini Mining Co., an 1800s train ride in a reproduction steam engine, classic carousel and pony rides.
Kids can get also their drive on in the pedal tractors and real digging diggers.
The petting farm offers standard cute and fluffy fare with the kids allowed supervised hands on contact with much of them.
On weekends spring through autumn there are also magic shows and live music performances outside, plus a craft fair.
How much does it cost?
- AdultsPay and Play
- ChildrenPay and Play
When can we go?
Family Fun Zone: Weekends Only generally but Summer Hours 10am to 6pm.
Burger diner or mexican restaurant to choose from, both family friendly..
Any Top Tips?
Magic Show is at 12 and 2pm Saturday and Sunday, with location posted at site..
Can I get one of those?
Several shops available including a sweet one and fudge one..
What people are saying?
by David Francis
My experience was wonderful me and the guys always meet here for breakfast or lunch when we're out on a motorcycle ride please keep your dog out of a great restaurant dog hair doesn't belong in food
by Carrie Hogue
Interesting gift shops and the produce shop is very nice. There was a petting corral, but apparently it is not open during the week when we visited. Makes a pleasant stop for lunch and stretching your legs.
by Jim Gominsky
My wife and I have been going to Tom's Farm for around 10 years, several times a year. I don't think we will be going anymore. We drove over 105 miles today (11/10/2013) with my sister who was visiting from Arizona. We always bring my son and his wife along with my dog Axel. Axel is a Rottweiler who has been coming with for the past 7 years to Tom's. My wife and sister went shopping and purchase a little over 500.00 worth of goodies from the various stores at Toms. During that time My son and brother in law went over sat down at a table where...Read More
by Penni Pitbul
Really bad experience. The food was horrid. THe service was very good tho. When we were there they threw out a little girl and her family and the dog. I was like WT^? The kids were well behaved and the dog was just mellow. Other dogs were there at the time and it didn't seem to be a problem.
Still the food was really, really sh*t. Too bad I was told it was a great place to eat.
by Stephen DuPont
There's a lot of things to do and see with the family and the prices aren't to bad. The family had a good day.
by Jim Gominsky
My wife and I have been going to Tom's Farm for around 10 years, several times a year. I don't think we will be going anymore. We drove over 105 miles today (11/10/2013) with my sister who was visiting from Arizona. We always bring my son and his wife along with my dog Axel. Axel is a Rottweiler who has been coming with for the past 7 years to Tom's. My wife and sister went shopping and purchase a little over 500.00 worth of goodies from the various stores at Toms. During that time My son and brother in law went over sat down at a table where the band always plays. While enjoying a drink and sandwich the security officer walked over and told us we had to leave the park? I was confused to why and asked he replied that because my dog was a Rottweiler this breed and several others were band from the park? Now being even more confused he handed me a paper saying PARK RULES DUE TO INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS WE DO NOT ALLOW ANY OF THE FOLLOWING BREEDS. PIT BULLS, ROTTWEILER, AKITA, MASTIFF AND DOBERMAN. Now I am not only confused but very much irritated, as I did not see German Shepards, Boxers, Great Danes , well I could go on and on. As like I am sure most dogs are well trained. I spent a lot of money on training my dog. He is gentle and loving as if the security guard would have noticed by the little kids coming to pet and hug him. I guess all the other breeds that were not mentioned DO NOT BITE? DISCRIMATORY I WOULD SAY HECK YES. I am willing to bet there are 5 times more accidents from the show off bikers driving and drinking, but wait all bikers aren't trouble makers right??? So because of the bad reputation that bikers have DOES TOM'S FARM NOW BAND THEM FROM THE AREA???? "DUE TO INSURANCE POLICIES" I left the park as to not cause a scene and while walking out of the park a small poodle was loose and ran to my dog almost getting hit in the parking lot before her master picked her up. As for Axel didn't even care about the dog..just wanted to be with his Daddy "me". I drove next door to the Carl's Jr. and dropped my wife , sister and my dog off as I went back to Tom's Farm and returned all but 5 dollars of the 500 I spent. If I could have tossed the soda back up into the bottle I drank it from..it would have been the full 500. NO SIGNS POSTED ANYWHERE IN THE PARK SAYING ANYTHING ABOUT THE DOGS EXCEPT ALL DOGS MUST BE ON A LEASH...AND EXAM THE WEBD SITE OF TOM'S DO YOU SEE ANYWHERE ON THIS SITE ANYTHING????? NO...I LEAN ON MY DOG ALOT FOR SUPPORT BEING AN AMPUTEE...TOM'S WE ARE NOT DONE WITH THIS ONE. DISCRIMATORY HAS BEEN TAKING TO A NEW LEVEL NOW!!!