Climb aboard our Historic 1800’s Locomotive & Railroad. Your conductor or conductress will be waiting for you. Will they be ready to protect you from what’s lurking along the tracks, or will you be used as bait? What will you encounter? Be prepared to be scared!
You’ll be pointed down a hidden path into the woods. Beware as legend tells of Gigglez the Clown taking over the woods with her band of crazy clowns. They say the Clowns have built a hidden compound full of twists and turns and are said to be so demented they don’t even like each other, much less visitors!
You’ll be an unwelcome visitor when you enter “The Trailer Park”. Pray you don’t run into Landlord Larry or the locals as you wind your way in and out through the old trailers, buses, motor homes, and more!
Do you remember going to the county fair and riding the little haunted house ride? It was just a carnival ride, a ride attendant with an evil stare, and rattling old cars sparking along the tracks. Then there is our old Dark ride… over 50 years old, it is said to be haunted after “Sparky” was electrocuted trying to keep the old ride running.
What could cause livestock and wildlife to disappear and a WHOLE town to be abandoned? You’ll start out walking through the middle of an abandoned town, only to discover the only way out is a hike through the swamp where you’re not the only one in the woods, but what else IS? Beware of the BloomTown Beast!
Kirby Family Farm is open year around offering its outreach programs and educational experiences. Like many other educational facilities and museums, periodically during the year the organization invites supporters to come out for themed events as our way to say Thank you, educate, and raise awareness about the programs and mission of Kirby Family Farm.
We take the opportunity of these themed events one step further and use them as a teaching and practice tool that enables the teens and young people we work with to interact with strangers in supervised settings. They help the youth to utilize and share their knowledge of our exhibits. We witness the results greatly help to develop life skills that will benefit them in the workforce and daily communication with others in common society settings.
The youth and all the volunteers are passionate and dedicated to offering an experience you can remember!
These events benefit the programs and development of Kirby Family Farm. Kirby Family Farm is a 501c3 educational facility working with at-risk and special needs children. Last year thousands children visited the farm through various programs and events at no cost, thanks in part to great folks like you who believe in the mission of Kirby Family Farm. So come out in support with your family and having a great time!