Concession Menu

Donuts (Homemade)
Sugar or Plain
Single.................$1.00
1/2 Dozen..........$5.00
Dozen..................$7.00

Hy's Pasteurized Cider 

Cold Cider Cup...$1.00
Half Gallon.........$5.00
Gallon..............$7.00

*Additional light snacks and beverages available for purchase



October Weekends
A family friendly tradition 

October Weekends take place every 

Saturday and Sunday in October

Choose your time slot from 10:00am -1:00pm or 2:00pm-6:00pm.

Very Limited Tickets will be sold at the Admission booth, do not get turned away, 

order your tickets today! 


 This festival has something for all ages.  Enjoy visiting the animals, milk a cow, watch a farm demonstration, enjoy a hayride in the woods, walk the storybook trail, pick a pumpkin, complete a scavenger hunt and finish the day with a warm donuts and a beverage.

*Not all activities listed above are included in admission price.
**Due to the pandemic, pony rides, magic shows and duck feeding will not be available at this event. 
***Very Limited Tickets will be sold at the admission booth, reserve your tickets today
Admission to the farm is $10.00 per person 
(24 months and under are free)
  Group rate: 10 or more people, admission is $9.00 per person.  
Included with admission: Farm Show, Hayride, Storybook Trail, Visiting the animals, and Milk a cow.
Extras:  Pumpkins - sold by size, and any food from the concession stand.
 Allow yourself at least 2-3 hours to enjoy all of our activities or easily make an entire day of family fun at the farm.

Guests are welcome to bring a picnic lunch into the farm as only light snacks will be available for purchase at the concession stand. 


Safety Guidelines and Updates: 

  • We all have a shared responsibility to keep guests, staff and the animals who live here safe. Guests who do not comply with our policies may be asked to leave. 

  • Unless otherwise prevented by a medical condition, Upland Hills Farm and the State of Michigan require that all guests 5 and older wear a mask while inside buildings (including restrooms), in crowded outdoor areas and when less than six feet from other guests and staff

  • When guests are physically distanced from others not in their party, they are allowed to remove their masks as long as they are not in a specific mask-required zone

  • There are plenty of open areas where guests can move away from others and take a mask break

  • Guests can temporarily take off their masks while eating or drinking.

  • Guests are required to wear masks when they approach staff at any time during their visit, and when they are near other guests 

  • In order to protect other guests and staff, guests who do not or cannot wear a mask will be prohibited from entering crowded indoor spaces or crowded outdoor areas.

During these difficult times we strive to provide a safe and fun experience. Please be respectful and kind and enjoy your time at Upland Hills Farm.