Toddler Time At The Log Farm

With Parker and Caity home this summer I wanted to find some new things to keep things interesting. A friend told me about Toddler Time at The Log Farm so we decided to give it a try last week. Despite the rainy weather we had a blast and will definitely be back.

It was easy to get to and parking was free. There was a cute little cabin with bathrooms and a small store full of yummy treats. It’s also where you pay the admission fee ($5/each and under 1 is free). Then you take a path through the woods and into a huge opening with several barns and picnic tables.

It’s not bad to maneuver with a stroller but jogging strollers and wagons seem like the easier option.

One of the open barns had tables full of activities for the kids. There were tables of home made Play-Doh, books, and even a troft full of corn to play with.

There was a separate open area with several picnic tables (and umbrellas) and toys perfect for lunch time.


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