This summer has had a running theme of Farm Fun around Saskatoon! We’ve been obsessed with all things farm. We’ve tried to visit as many farms as we could around Saskatoon to see the animals and all of the other exciting parts of a farm. There are a lot of great places around Saskatoon and we’ve got a list of some of our favourites! This is our guide to Farm Fun!
Farm Fun Around Saskatoon
This is one of the newer farms inviting families to it around Saskatoon. It’s about a 25-minute drive outside Saskatoon. You can stop by for a visit on weekends. This farm has animals, toys for the kids, a sandpit, and a combine to sit in. There’s also a lot of learning and information around the farm as you explore. Make sure to check out the Facebook Page to see when it’s open.
LaLa’s Little Farm is located about 25 minutes from Saskatoon. Lala’s has farm tours for birthdays, schools, camps, or individual visits. She’s got a variety of animals to talk to and feed as well as a wonderful play area for the kids. Send a message to book a spot on her Facebook Page.
Champetre County is an amazing little spot about 45 minutes from Saskatoon. They have animals, a general store, a saloon, a corral maze and more. They have sleigh rides in the winter or hayrides in the summer. Champetre County has meals and events and cabins so people can have a little vacation while visiting.
Youth Farm Corn Maze is full of family fun and is located outside Rosthern about 45 minutes from Saskatoon. They have a corn maze, a petting zoo, climbing wall, pedal karts and more. They also have a snow maze in the winter. Buy tickets online to visit!
The Berry Barn is about 20 minutes away and has a little bit of everything. They have a petting zoo on Saturdays and Sundays during the summer months. While there, you can enjoy the river view, visit the greenhouse, eat a delicious meal, and have some ice cream. Check out the hours on their website.
Sunnyside Dairy is about 20 minutes from Saskatoon. This isn’t to visit the animals though. They have a Farmers’ Market in the yard as well as fresh cream and milk. The Market sells local items as well as homemade food. It’s really worth a visit. They also have events every year for the family. Find out more on the website.
Robertson Valley Farm has a Farmers’ Market with local goods as well as u-pick options. They’ve even included a Flower Child – Kid’s U-Pick so the kids can learn about picking flowers, cutting and arranging them.
These are some of our favourite farms around Saskatoon. They all offer different kinds of fun, different activities, and some have items to purchase while you visit. I am sure my son will love farms just as much in the next year so I’m really looking forward to continued visits to all of these farms and hopefully, we will discover more as well.