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Our farm market hours are as follows:

April – August

Monday- Saturday:     9am- 6pm

Sunday: noon – 5pm

July 4: closed

September – October

Monday – Thursday: 9am- 6pm

Friday- Saturday: 9am- 9pm

Sunday: noon – 7:30

Visit us at our seasonal garden centers mid-April to mid-June:Monday- Saturday: 9am – 6pmSunday: noon – 5pm

Locations:Century Plaza- Frankfort

Richmond Center – Richmond

Only very well-mannered dogs on leashes are allowed at Bi-Water Farm. You must clean up after your pet. Please, no pets allowed in the farm market. No other pets such as cats, snakes, rodents, birds, etc. are allowed on the farm.

We accept: Discover, Mastercard, Visa, checks and good ole cash.

Yes, you may smoke, but we urge you to use caution when you do. Please do not smoke around dry grass, hay or corn fodder. We NEVER allow smoking inside of our farm market, and NEVER around or in our corn maze.

Yes, we have parties at the farm in September and October. We have a special area available for rent. You can see information about parties here, and can call to make a reservation: 502-863-3676.

No, pumpkins are not included in the price of admission to AutumnFest. They are priced separately, because some people want large pumpkins while others want small pumpkins. And for those guests who choose not to select a pumpkin at all, we did not include it in the pricing.

Yes, you can. Cider freezes beautifully. Just open the container, pour out about a cup to make room for expansion, re-cap and put in the freezer. It will taste just the same when you bring it out to thaw! Stock up so you will have plenty for the holidays and the winter ahead.

Yes, you can. We open our production greenhouses at our farm the last weekend of April and the first 2 weekends of May each year. We call it our Festival of Flowers. You can walk through the greenhouses, and if you see something you want, then you can pick it out and pay at our farm market.

We wish! Immediately after closing, we clean up the farm from AutumnFest. This takes about 8-10 working days. Then we have to plow the ground for the next season, re-cover some of the greenhouses and believe it or not, we start sowing seeds in the greenhouses before Thanksgiving. But starting in January, we really get busy in the greenhouses, planting, filling trays, planting hanging baskets and lots of other things. There is a lot of growing that must be done before you are able to buy the flowers in April. It is a little slower paced in December, but there is no time for Hawaii!

Yes, we sell flowers and fresh produce wholesale. For details, give us a call: 502-863-3676.

Yes, all parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and friends that want to accompany their child must pay the current fee that applies to adults on the field trips.

Yes, adults and children need to pay the entry into AutumnFest. Our farm is a pay-one-price entry, and you get to do almost everything on the farm for the single rate. Even better, you can do it as many times as you wish, all day long.

There are a few activities available at AutumnFest that have a small additional fee:

  • AutumnFest Express Train
  • Paintball
  • Miniature Golf
  • Food
  • Purchases at our farm market

Yes, it is included in admission to AutumnFest. There is a lot that is included in the general admission, so click here to see what else is included in the admission to AutumnFest.