We're excited to be "Back for Fun in 2021!" The safety of our visitors and volunteers is very important to us. Covid precautions will be carefully followed according to state guidelines, including social distancing, masks, and hand sanitizing. 

Clark Historic Farm

You can feel great knowing  100% of proceeds go right back into making the farm a fun place for families and help fulfill our mission--

Preserve. Inspire. Educate.

Covid precautions we will take:

  • We'll follow all state health requirements to ensure a fun and safe event for all.
  • We always have hand sanitizing stations, but this year we're doubling the number. We will take extra care
  • As regulations require, our volunteers will wear masks.
  • Animals will be further spaced this year to allow more social distancing.
  • We will limit the availability of kids' activities and use appropriate measures to sanitize equipment.
  • Seating and tables will be appropriately spaced and sanitized regularly.

Saturdays, April 24th and May 1st, 2021 only! 

10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

$5/person (ages 3 and up)

Snuggle, Play and Learn

Springtime means baby animals at the Clark Farm! This year we're especially excited to bring you back to Barnyard Babies, with appropriate Covid-safe precautions. 

You'll love petting lots of fuzzy little farm animals and even some exotic species like a wallaby, capybara and zebra! Pony rides, demonstrations, vendors, food will be there--even the chance to get your picture with a special "unicorn" friend! 

We have a great lineup of entertainment this year including "Earth Wings," a traditional Maypole dance, and fun demonstrations. Check before you come for an up-to-date schedule and the most recent Covid regulations. 

Entry fee includes: 

  • Petting zoo & food for animals
  • Entertainment,
  • Demonstrations
  • "Animal Talks"

Available for purchase through other vendors:

  • Food
  • Pony rides
  • Clark Farm Corner Store
  • Offerings from vendors

Kids' games, face painting and other events may or may not be available this year due to Covid restrictions, but check back as the rules are always changing!


​​​​​​​​​Barnyard Babies

​At Clark Historic Farm