The Whoopsa Daisy Farm opens every year with all kinds of inexpensive activities for the family.  There will be some small changes for 2020, to help with social distancing but it's still opening to the public for the fall season.

It's only $6.00 to get in, and kids two and under are free.  There is a sand pile, haystack, tractor playground, lots of yard game options, crafts to create and ones to buy, snacks, a hay ride, and more.  You can also walk through and relax in their gardens, and even hang out with the donkeys, goats, and chickens.  All of the activities are outside, but masks are still encouraged.

They are limiting it to 150 people on the farm at one time and the Whoopsa Daisy Farm will be opening again for the fall season on Friday, August 28th.  It will then be open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday through November 1st, from 10:00AM-6:00PM.  They will also be hosting a special Halloween costume and trick-or-treat event on October 23rd-25th, and again on October 30th-31st.

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For not much money, you can get the kids out of the house and off the tablets for some fresh air.  You can get more information on the farm itself, check out photos, learn more about what they do, and even reserve your tickets on their website HERE.  Whoopsa Daisy Farm is located at 5399 Samuelson Road, Duluth.