Family Farm Events Near Wichita to See Baby Animals This Spring

Spring 2023 – Get in the sunny spirit and head to the farm this spring for some family friendly fun! Two nearby farms are planning events and activities this season, perfect for local families wanting to get outside with kids.

Family Farm Events Near Wichita

Family Farms Near Wichita

Morning Grit Farm Events- Rosehill, KS

Morning Grit Farm is just a local treasure, and we recommend them for parties or events…if you are able to snag a spot. They sell out quickly!

Spring Open Farm & Mini Market Day
April 22nd | 10am-2pm

– shop local vendor booths located in the barn
-petting zoo
-explore the farm
-treehouse play area
– available cash options: horseback rides and/or mini horse cart rides ($5.00 for 2 rides), concessions stand, snow cones
May 26th | 9am-3pm
Cost: $70 per camper
 What to expect: a fun-filled, educational farm day including snacks, drinks, lunch, animal interactions, a themed craft, horseback rides, cart rides, and free range play!
Mom, Me, Minis & Tea
May 13th | 3 sessions ranging from 10am-4:30pm
Adults (18 years+) $25
Child (1 year+) $15
All tickets include tax. Children under age 1 are free.
-mini petting zoo with our spring farm babies
-mini tea time, cupcakes/muffins, and snacks
-mini horse carriage rides
-mini photo booth
-outdoor games/activities
Feel free to stroll through our garden for a selection of mini produce as well!

Wichita Riding Academy – Derby, KS

Bottle Feed the Baby Goats!
Available through March 30th only. 
Cost: $10 per feeding (for entire family, not per person)

Spring Time Baby Alert! Head to Wichita Riding Academy (spots fill quickly) between now and March 30th to bottle feed and hand feed the newborn babies (animals, that is).  

You can schedule your feeding here. 

Check out more family fun happening in Wichita this spring!

Angela is the founder of Wichita Mom, the premier parenting website and community for local moms. Wife to her high school bestie, mom to two girls, and native Wichitan, she is thrilled to be raising her family in her hometown after telling her family for years she "would never move back". She is a strong advocate for mental health, believes in the power of community, and walks the talk of "babes supporting babes". She is a self-proclaimed connector, enthusiast of many things, cheerleader of moms and women, and recently converted homebody.


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