Frequently Asked Questions
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When is the best time to visit?
Our lavender fields will be in bloom from June to August. Check back or join our mailing list to receive farm updates, promotions, and information about our official opening date.
What are your hours?
Rowley Creek Farm is a year round destination, however farm hours are limited to special events during the fall and winter. During the lavender season, the Lavender Goods Farm Boutique will be open Tuesday-Saturday 10am-6pm. The farm is closed Sunday-Monday. Off-season hours will be by appointment only. Our lavender products and honey will also be available off-season at local craft shows, area farm events and by appointment on the farm.
Can I take pictures at your farm?
Yes! Make your visit a memorable one, share your favorite shots on Instagram and Facebook with #rowleycreekfarm. Commercial photographers will be asked to pay a site fee, please contact us to discuss your shoot before you visit the farm.
Where do I park?
Our designated parking area is signposted and located at the bottom of the driveway in a field to your left. Please keep the circle drive and driveway clear for moving vehicles.
Can I book a reservation for a private event on your farm?
Renovations of ‘The Barn’ at Rowley Creek Farm are underway. Please contact us with your event details for more information.
Can I walk the lavender field?
Yes! To commemorate our opening year, visiting the lavender field will be free. Aside from taking home some fresh cut lavender, walking the lavender field is one of the best ways to experience the farm! Please do not step on any lavender plants as that may kill them and completely ruin the experience for you and the plant! (Check out our section on a few things you should know about the farm before you visit.)
Remember to support the farm by checking out our lavender stand where you will find home grown lavender products and plants for sale.
Can I stay on the farm?
Overstayers are not welcome, except for Grandma of course! However, we are excited to announce our plans for a Farmstay, the ultimate detox experience! Click here to see our progress.
Homegrown farms are awesome, how can I volunteer?
Want to enjoy more of the therapeutic effects of working the land on a lavender farm? We will be hosting an annual volunteers day in which we will harvest lavender and enjoy the ‘flowers’ of our labors. Volunteers who help out with our opening day or Lavender Festival will receive a free Rowley Creek Farm T-Shirt. Please contact us if you’d like to volunteer.
What classes do you offer?
We value education, knowledge is power! The goal of RCF ‘Education on the Farm’ is to give others access to how-to-hands-on-do-it-yourself-self-reliance information. Class topics range from gardening and bee-keeping to healing with essential oils and making your own natural household and beauty products. Please contact us if you’d like to request/teach a class on the farm.
Where are you located?
Set against the majestic backdrop of the Baraboo bluffs, Rowley Creek Farm is located 5 minutes east of Baraboo, home to the historic Circus World. Other area attractions include Cascade Ski Resort (10 min), Devil’s Lake (10 min), and the Wisconsin Dells (20 min).
To Get Here…
Rowley Creek Farm
Coming From Baraboo
From Highway 12, head east on 8th street through Baraboo. Continue east on Highway 33. Turn right on County Rd. X and continue straight for 1/2 a mile onto County Rd W. We are located just over the hill to your right.
Coming from I-39/90
From the I-39/90 take the WI-33 exit, EXIT 106, toward Baraboo/Portage. Merge onto WI-33 toward Baraboo. Turn left onto County Rd. X and continue straight for 1/2 a mile onto County Rd. W. You’ll see the farm sign just over the hill to your right.
Have a question? Contact us and we’ll get back to you ASAP.