Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How can I find out what you are picking today?
A: Today’s Farm News is updated daily during the season with what is available for picking and the hours that the fields are open.
Q: Do you take credit cards?
A: We accept MasterCard, Visa, and Discover ($5 minimum charge), as well as cash. We do not accept checks.
Q: Where can I get updates on Parlee Farms?
Q: Can I bring my dog/pet to the farm?
A: In maintaining good agricultural practices, we do not allow dogs/pets, including emotional support animals, anywhere on the farm. Fully trained Service Dogs are not included in this policy. Please leave your dogs/pets at home. The parking lot is in full sun and therefore, unsafe for your pet to stay.
Q: Does Parlee Farms have restrooms?
A: Yes, we have a large indoor restroom facility which is handicap accessible and equipped with baby changing stations.
Q: Is Parlee Farms handicap accessible?
A: We do the best we can to make sure the farm is accessible to everyone. There are designated handicap parking spaces, the Farmstand is accessible, and the indoor bathrooms are accessible. However, most of the farm including the parking area is gravel or grass/hay so the terrain in some areas can be challenging.
Q: Is there a designated smoking area on the farm?
A: All 93-acres of Parlee Farms are smoke free (including e-cigarettes). For the safety and health of all of our visitors, we do not allow smoking on any part of the farm, including the parking areas.
Q: Do you grow Non-GMO corn?
A: Yes! All our corn is sugar enhanced, butter & sugar corn ~ very sweet, very tender, and non-GMO.
Q: Is there an entrance fee?
A: No, there is no entrance fee to Parlee Farms.
Q: Is there a cost to visit the animals at Annie’s Animal Barns?
A: You are welcome to visit our very friendly farm animals – over 90 goats, bunnies, sheep, and chickens – at no cost during regular farm hours. If you would like to feed our animals, you can purchase animal food for 25 cents from feeding machines located near the animals. For the health and safety of our animals, please only feed them food from the machines. We do not allow any other food to be fed to our animals – thank you for your help in keeping our animals healthy!
Q: Can I walk around the farm?
A: Parlee Farms is truly a working farm. As a result, only the areas open for picking and animal barns are open to the public.
Q: Can I have professional photographs taken on the farm?
A: While we love to see families taking personal photos of their day at the farm, we do not allow professional photographs or portraits to be taken on the farm without prior approval. Please see our Photography Guidelines for more details.
Q: Do you offer school tours?
A: Yes! We have great Fall School Tour packages for children between the ages of 3-8. Details are available on our School Tour page.
Q: Can I have a birthday party on the farm?
A: Due to large crowds and space limitations, Parlee Farms no longer hosts nor permits birthday celebrations on the farm. We thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Q: Can I have a picnic on the farm?
A: The picnic area is reserved for customers purchasing items from the Farmstand and Mary’s Country Kitchen. Please do not bring food from home. To maintain good agricultural practices, food is not permitted outside of the picnic areas.
Q: I would like to work at Parlee Farms. Where can I get an application?
A: Thank you for your interest in working at Parlee Farms! If you are energetic, friendly, and hard working, we would love to have you fill out an application. More information, including the application, can be found on our Employment page.
Q: Does Parlee Farms make donations?
A: We are happy to help others during our season when we can. Please see our Donation Request page for more information.