Coming to Clark's Elioak FarmWe are open 6 days a week!
When you come to the farm as a visitor, you can experience so much while you are here. Visit with our friendly animals, take a hayride, pony ride and Cow Train ride. All aboard the Enchanted Express Train for a ride around the farm. Bring your lunch and enjoy a picnic under the stately trees in our picnic area! Your kids will have a great time in our play areas and on our many slides, too! If you need a snack or drink while you are here, visit our Castle Store.
You can also find unique gift items in our Castle Store from Enchanted Forest books, bags and cards to our children's books about Trusty the Tractor. There is something for everyone at Clark's Elioak Farm.
Trusty the Tractor and Maggie the Massie pull the hayride wagons at our farm.
$2.00 (1 ticket) per person (No charge for infants under 12 months) Monday thru Friday. On Saturday and Sunday the hayride is part of the price of Admission and does not require a ticket.
Hayrides are available daily at: 11 am; 12 noon; 1 pm; 2 pm; 3 pm & 4 pm. On busy weekends, the Hayride will run more often.
Enchanted Express Train Ride
All aboard our newest ride. Can you hear the train whistle?
$4.00 (2 tickets) per person (No charge for infants under 12 months)
The Enchanted Express Train leaves the Train Station at posted times throughout the day on weekdays. On busy weekends, the train will run more often. Children under 9 years of age must be accompanied by adults on the train ride.
The Cow Train
Children can take a fun bumpy ride on the figure-8 path of the cow train. Cars painted to look like cows can carry children and adults on this fun ride.
$2.00 (1 ticket) per person
The Cow Train makes its rounds at posted times throughout the day on weekdays. On busy weekends, the train will run more often.
Have you had a ride on Captain Jack yet? Or taken a turn on Spice or Rascal?
$2.00 (1 ticket) per child. Limited to children 6 years of age and under.
Pony Rides are available throughout the day whenever we are open. If you don't see the pony ride walker in the ring, just ask any farm staff member. They'll be right there!