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​Inherent Risk: 

When visiting Springside Farm LLC, there are inherent risks involved due to the nature of a "working farm." These risks may include:

  1. Walking on the grounds, in fields, trails, & tree rows, and on clearly marked pathways, which can pose the risk of tripping and/or falling due to surface and sub-surface conditions of the land, vegetation, and/or water. These include slippery surfaces, ice or snow, rocks, fallen branches, tree stumps, and/or other obstructions and/or hidden objects. 

  2. Exposure to farm tools which have been provided for visitors' use to harvest and move Christmas trees, pumpkins, sunflowers, or any other crops grown by Springside Farm LLC. 

  3. Farm equipment utilized on the farm by farm personnel.

  4. Children's play area equipment. 

  5. Farm animals, other visitors' animals, wild animals, and insects. 

  6. The lack of care of other visitors causing injury or property damage to others.​


Subsection 18-303(1)(d) states that visitors to an agricultural tourism area have the responsibility to:

  1. Exercise reasonable care regarding the disclosed risks of the agricultural activities.

  2. Reasonably comply with posted directional signs.

  3. Reasonably remain in areas designated for the agricultural tourism activities.

  4. Reasonably follow all conspicuously posted rules of conduct or verbal or other communication.

  5. Not to willfully remove, deface, alter or otherwise damage signage, warning devices or implements or other safety devices.

If you are unwilling to participate in the agritourism activities at Springside Farm LLC due to its inherent risks or the duties described above, you should NOT participate in the activities offered on this farm. You are entitled to a full refund of your unused admission price, if applicable.

Frequently Asked Questions: 

  1. Can I bring my dog to Springside Farm? It depends on the season. We ask that you do NOT bring your dogs during our Fall Harvest season. Dogs ARE welcome during Christmas Tree Season. If you are still unsure, please call ahead. Service dogs are always welcome; we ask that you do not go near our petting zoo. 

  2. Are you an organic farm? No, we are NOT certified organic. 

  3. Are your events (Santa Expedition, Day Camp) refundable? No, we do not offer refunds for the Santa Expedition or Day Camp. Please see details on the specific pages for those events. 

  4. How do I care for my Christmas tree once I've brought it home? We advise our customers to immediately put your tree in warm water upon arrival home. Additives to water are not necessary. Continue to keep your tree well-watered throughout the season. Do not place your tree near a direct source of heat, as this will cause its needles to turn brown and dry rather quickly. 

  5. Do you host private field trips, group events, birthday parties? Rates, activities and time allotment vary by season. Please email for more details and to schedule your event today. 

  6. What does the Maze Park Pass include? Our Maze Park Pass during the Fall Harvest season includes unlimited access to pedal cars, jump pad, rope swings, playgrounds, tunnels, slides, corn bins, duck races, the sound garden, mazes, basketball games, baseball throwing center, lifesize 4-in-a-row, the barrel train, and wagon ride. Food, pumpkins and merchandise are available for purchase. 

  7. When do you host weddings? We host weddings from May to Labor Day. Because of our Fall Harvest season, we cannot host weddings in October. Because our wedding barn is not heated, we cannot host during the winter months.

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