Today's Deal: Family Fun Day for Four at Uncle Don's Barnyard in Ioka Valley Farm for Only $16Ioka Valley Farm
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Tues - Sat: 10am-5pm
Giggle while you ride a wiggle car, race on the pedal carts, & zoom down a 40-ft pipeline slide. There is the outdoor farm theme playground, hay tunnel, farm library, sandboxes inside & out and of course all our farm animals will be waiting to see all their friends. We have goats, ducks, chickens, rabbits, sheep, pigs, llamas and some cows.
Our gift shop will be filled with Ertl farm toys, Ioka’s pure maple syrup & specialty maple products, Judy’s jam, Ioka’s Natural Beef, and more.
Now Offering Lunches 11am-2pm
- 40 foot pipeline slide.
- Giant sandboxes both inside and outside.
- A farm book library for kids.
- Lots of farm toys
- Wagon train ride.
- Tryke track.
- Birthday Parties
- Hay tunnel and hay piles inside the barn.
- “Molly Milk-Me,” the mechanical cow.
- An outdoor farm-theme playground.
- Adult pedal carts.
- Wiggle cars.
- Duck racer.
- A picnic area.
3475 Route 43
Voucher good for Two adult and Two children Passes.
One Voucher per Family.
No Cash Value. No Cash back for Unused Portions.
One Time Usage. Vouchers cannot be split between visits.
Not Valid towards merchandise or food.
All sales final. No refunds.
About Ioka Valley Farm
Ioka Valley Farm is a diversified, family-owned and operated working farm dedicated to providing high quality locally grown products as well as enjoyment for all ages. Ioka Valley Farm was established in 1936 by Robert & Dorothy Leab originally as a dairy farm. Through hard work and the latest in scientific advancements, the farm excelled not only in milk production but also in maximum crop yields. Diversification began in 1986 with the planting of the first Christmas Trees. Gradually added were pumpkins in 1989, strawberries in 1992 and maple syrup production was introduced to the farm. In 1996 the dairy herd was sold and the Leab Family began putting all their energy into the diversified seasons. Today, Ioka Valley Farm has more than 10000 taps and two modern boilers housed in the sugar house built especially for production of the sweet treat.