Day Trip: Sonoma Farm Crawl - Spring Tour Apr 27 + 28 - 510 Families

Day Trip: Sonoma Farm Crawl – Spring Tour Apr 27 + 28

Reserve your spot for Blossoms, Bees, and Barnyard Babies in Sonoma County. The weekend of April 27 and 28, a consortium of farms in the Sonoma area will open their (barn) doors to the public and offer a variety of family-friendly hands-on experiences, from animal petting and flower arranging to collecting eggs from chicken coops.

Farm crawl participants can create their own custom outing by choosing from destinations that sound most appealing from a map and a list of events. Some of the events are free with the “Blossoms, Bees, and Barnyard Babies” overall ticket, while some require additional tickets.

How to attend the Weekend Along The Farm Trails

Step one is to sign up for a free ticket on the Eventbrite page for the umbrella event “Blossoms, Bees, and Barnyard Babies”. Ticket buyers will receive a confirmation email with more details about this self-guided tour, including access to a map from which you can filter kid-friendly destinations and then customize your route.

Redwood Hill Farm | Photo: Dawn Heumann

What to expect along the farm trail

Every farm offers something a little different from cheese-tasting to goat milking, lavender to baby lambs. The closest destinations are about an hour from Berkeley, in Sonoma, while the majority center around Santa Rosa and beyond, ranging from 30-60 minutes further.

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Seeing farm animals up close is all part of the experience at Blossoms, Bees, and Barnyard Babies in Sonoma County, April 27 and 28. Credit: Dawn Heumann/Sonoma County Farm Trails

 

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