Each site offers completely unique activities. Canoeing, crafting, strawberry picking and barrel horse riding are just a few of the things the young and young-at-heart can do. Of course there are plenty of soft furry things to pet. Animals range from alpacas to Hereford cattle and horses. Most stops offer picnic and rest area amenities. Those on the lookout for the perfect photo should keep an eye out for selfie stations.
May 9-10, Miami County farms open their doors to the public for a fun look at rural life in Eastern Kansas. The event offers interactive educational opportunities set within the region’s natural beauty. This self-guided tour is free and consists of 17 farm stops, including five new additions.