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Day Visitor Program.

WindReach Farm’s Day Visitor Program invites individuals of all ages and abilities to experience the sights, sounds, and smells of a fully working farm. Situated on 105 acres in beautiful Ashburn, Ontario, the Day Visitor Program allows visitors to enjoy the educational and therapeutic aspects of WindReach Farm.

 

The Program appeals to a variety of groups, including families, schools, seniors’ facilities, clubs, and community organizations. Working with you to create your own customized visit, WindReach Farm offers activities to meet the needs of all users. Visitors are encouraged to enjoy all that the Farm has to offer, including feeding our friendly farm animals, revelling in a nature walk along our sensory trail, and taking a ride on our accessible hay wagon. Tour guides are provided to ensure that your visit is a safe and enjoyable one.

Activities

  • Fully Accessible Wagon Rides

  • Interactive Farm & Petting Zoo Tour

  • Stable Tour

  • Inclusive & Adaptive Sport Sessions

  • Horticultural Therapy Sessions

  • Wool Demonstrations

  • Interactive Nature Sensory Trail

  • Sensory Room ($1 per visitor extra)

  • Scavenger Hunts

  • Pond Studies

  • Soil & Worm Studies

  • Boardwalk Tour

  • WindReach Farm BINGO

  • Interactive Wool Workshop (extra fee associated)

Schedule

Monday – Friday
9:30 am – 2:30 pm
(except statutory holidays)

Fees

The Day Visitor Program is a pay-for-service program.
Visitor $15
Support $10
Sensory Room Add-On to Day Visit (per visitor) $1
Sensory Room Only $5 (per visitor)
Please call for group rates (100+ visitors)

 

Book Your Visit

To book your visit, please contact Day Visit Services via email at dayvisits@windreachfarm.org

All visitors must pre-book their visit and provide their own support staff/volunteers as needed. Please dress appropriately for the weather conditions and outdoor activities.

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“At a drive through, we learned about the wool that is made, about different breeds of chickens and the colours of their eggs. We saw cows, horses, and many other animals. Later on, we were able to have a private visit, practice social distancing, and see the animals from fairly close. The staff were really friendly and helpful, telling us all about the animals, while making sure everyone was safe." 

- Sandi, Visitor

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“Our family enjoyed a wonderful tour of WindReach Farm last week! My son was excited to tour the grounds, meet the horses, learn about the mother and daughter donkeys, and watch his mom pet Lady the cow. Our 8-month old daughter was all smiles while petting the bunnies and rooster. The experience at WindReach is always inclusive and welcoming.” 

- Andrea, Visitor