Fall celebrations to be had at Lucky Ladd
By: Atlanta Northcutt -- Southern Standard
Photo courtesy of Lucky Ladd Farms
Lucky Ladd Farms is helping families continue their annual fall traditions and Autumn celebrations in Middle Tennessee.
Fall family fun awaits all who step onto the award-winning 60-acre farm park, which is home to Tennessee’s largest petting farm.
The family-friendly park includes many fun activities for kids and adults of all ages. Outdoor adventures include exploring acres of land and playgrounds, walking nature trails, encountering animals at the petting zoo, taking pony and wagon rides, exploring a corn maze and pumpkin patch and cooling down in a splash pad.
Activities include visiting the largest petting zoo in Tennessee, taking pony rides, partaking in the Ag-Venture Farm Park Activities, hiking through Cedar Glade Trails and navigating the corn maze.
Look for your favorite pumpkin in the vast pumpkin patch, purchase fresh vegetables from the produce stand, take part in the sunflower field experience, pick strawberries in a strawberry patch, enjoy the bakery and farm market, and take part in the many other amenities Lucky Ladd Farms’ provides.
Lucky Ladd Farms is bringing back a tradition during a much-needed time of normalcy, providing all Autumn has to offer, with a view of the beautiful changing foliage, a corn maze, picking pumpkins, petting cuddly animals, biting into a caramel apple and having a day filled with good ole’ fashioned family fun for those throughout Middle Tennessee.
There are fewer tickets available than last year to ensure proper social distancing so attendees are encouraged to purchase early. Ticket sales are available at luckyladdfarms.com/pricing.html.
At luckyladdfarms.com, a list of safety precautions is explained to help individuals enjoy themselves while keeping safe.
“We are committed to keeping you healthy and safe; but we cannot guarantee you will not be exposed to a communicable disease like COVID-19 during your visit with us as there is an inherent risk of exposure in any public facility. We rely on you to do your part to protect yourself and your family too.” states Lucky Ladd Farms website.
The farm is an open-air outdoor venue. If attendees follow all proper social distancing guidelines, masks and facial coverings will not be required. Attractions with cue lines are already marked at six foot intervals with signage as a reminder to manage safe distances. The barn market is the only indoor facility where guests age 13 or older should wear a mask inside.
Sneeze guards are in place and extending the service counters to keep staff a safe distance from guests to properly distance. Staff working outside that are in situations where they are unable to properly distance themselves from guests will be asked to wear a mask during that encounter but not when properly distanced. For the safety of other guests, staff and animals, Lucky Ladd Farms strongly encourages wearing a mask while visiting. Masks can be purchased at check-in.
Lucky Ladd Farms is located outside of Murfreesboro in Rutherford County at 4374 Rocky Glade Rd., Eagleville, TN 37060. The farm is available to be reached by phone by calling (615) 274-3786 or by email at email@example.com.