This farm is like Disneyland in a farm world. You dive right away into this culture and participate in unique activities. Here you can ride a pony, play with farm animals, pick your own veggies and fruits, mine gems, learn about farming, and much more! They have a few great events thought the year, including a Fall Harvest Festival Sept-Oct. It's a must-visit! Your kids will love it!
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Pro Tip: Visit during Fall Harvest Festival Sept-Oct.
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We visited yesterday and my kiddos. We definitely had a blast. The weather was perfect! It was not crowded and we got to do so much. The bumblebee ride was so relaxing and we got to see part of the fields. The tractor slide was so much fun. We fed some of the animals and the kids spent about 40 minutes riding on the tricycles. I will definitely return to visit soon. The Underwood Farm is family oriented and we felt very safe during our visit. There was plenty of parking. Next time we will definitely go picking in the fields. Oh, before I forget the kiddos enjoyed pulling a wagon and taking turns riding on it and pulling it. I was also able to take a lot of beautiful pictures. Definitely a fun place.
Extremely fun place for families. We visited during the Easter extravaganza all the way from Downey. It was well worth the drive. They have everything you could imagine on a farm as well as a carnival. So many animals, shows, rides, games, food, and they even allow you to pick your own fruit and vegetables. Very family friendly and they do an incredible job. All of the workers were extremely friendly and helpful. We had a wonderful time. I only gave 4 out of 5 stars as I was a little disappointed in having to pay a fee to get in, as well as pay for tickets to do anything. They had a few free things, but some of which weren’t running. Thankfully they made paying very simple. But again, an absolute blast!
Pumpkin Patch event: Children had tons of fun on rides as well as feeding the animals. Crowd was Dense as to be expected with most holiday type events. Bring cash for some of the eateries do not accept card and animal feeding uses coins. Beware the Porto O Johns as they'll probably need some TLC where crowd is thickest. Enjoy!!!
It's a fun place for the kids and the adults to spend a half a day petting ducks and chickens. Feeding goats... there are rides and cute pumpkin house to take pictures. We got there in the morning around 9:30 and I would say get the rides as soon as you get there early in the morning. Because it will get busy fast and you might wait in the line for 45 min to an hour. Which is not easy when you have a little one.
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Our farm is privately owned property operated by family and team members that are committed to providing an enjoyable experience for our visitors. We expect our visitors to behave appropriately and responsibly. Those who do not, may be asked to leave without refund. If after being asked and they refuse to leave the property, they may be arrested and prosecuted for criminal trespass. For more information, please review the farm policies below. Violating any of our farm policies may be cause for ejection without refund. Our farm has always promoted inclusivity, equality, kindness and peace for our team and our visitors. We have a diverse staff and wholeheartedly support equal rights and opportunities for all. There is no place on our farm for racism or discrimination and it is not tolerated. Our farm has always been open to all.
MASKS: Beginning Saturday, August 21, masks covering the nose and mouth must be worn by all visitors 2+ at our Farm Markets as per the County of Ventura & CDPH mandate. Please be considerate of others. Partitions between our team members and customers at check in/check out and our ticket windows will be in place. We will be following all guidance from our state and county on rules and regulations. Please visit the County of Ventura or California Public Health Websites for more information and any exemptions.