We love a good farm! We love seeing all the animals playing, jumping and running around happily, and we love to be a part of them - and that's what Cedar Hill Farm is all about!
Just outside of Hernando in Mississippi are 120 acres of beautiful farmland and cute adorable animals waiting for your family to visit them!
Spend the day out in the peaceful countryside taking a stroll and trying to spot the birds flying between the branches (which species can you spot!?), watch a fun animated chicken show, climb, clamber and run on the several play areas, get up close to the animals in the petting zoo and even ride a pony!
The old kids will love to fish for slippery bass in the private pond, or for those more active, enjoy a game of volleyball or paintball!
Keep an eye out for seasonal activities such as delicious Easter Egg hunts, fun berry picking, the often challenging corn mazes and haunted hayrides! Spoooooky! What do you think you might see!?
At Christmas you can even get your picture taken with Santa! You can also enjoy a tasty country breakfast or catfish dinner with Santa in the Big Barn on Saturdays between Thanksgiving and Christmas! Even during his busiest times of the year he still makes time for a farm visit! Looks like we're not the only ones who love them....
Students are welcome too on one of their field trips, and fresh produce is available seasonally so you can take some some delicious fresh treats!
The farm is just a few miles south of Memphis, just minutes from I-55 off Hwy 51.
Once you are on Hwy 51 then get onto Love Road, and turn into the second driveway on the right.
From the North: Take I-55 South to Exit 280 (Hernando) and turn West (Right) onto Hwy. 304/Commerce St. Go through several intersections to Highway 51 (at the Hernando Courthouse/ Town Square) and then turn South (Left) and go 5 miles. Turn East (Left) onto Love Road and then turn into the second drive on the Right into Cedar Hill Farm.
From the South: Take I-55 North to Exit 271 (Coldwater) and turn West (Left). Go to Highway 51 and turn North (Right) and go about 5 miles. Turn East (Right) onto Love Road and then turn into the second drive on the Right into Cedar Hill Farm.
Entry fees vary seasonally. Easter Egg hunt $15, for example
Entry fees vary seasonally. Easter Egg hunt $12, for example
2 years for events (typically)
The Barn Restaurant: Dinner served every Thursday, Friday, & Saturday: 4:30pm to 9pm
Brunch is seasonal: Ask them about New Year’s, Easter, Mother’s Day, and Christmas brunch details.
Make sure your rumbling tummies head to the gift shops where you can buy jams, jellies, ciders, free range eggs and honey, as well as beautiful products like soaps, candles, and toys for the kids!
Agricultural field trips are available with seasonal activities in them. Great to get the students out of the classrooms!
Paintballing is only on Saturdays for walk-one (and BYP paint)
Groups can reserve and can play any day of the week.