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Before you visit...

Hours of Operation

The lavender has bloomed and we are closed for the 2017 season! Post lavender season farm hours are limited to special events during the fall and winter –or– by appointment only.

Farm Address:

E13901 County Rd. W, Baraboo, WI 53913

Hours: Closed except for special events (Lavender season ended July 29 2017!)

 

A few things you should know about our farm before you visit.

1. We DO keep bees on the farm. Some of the hardest workers on the farm are the Rowley Creek honey bees. Not only do these tiny creatures play an extremely important role in plant pollination, but they provide us with our delicious signature lavender honey! Our bees are not aggressive and will happily go about their business if left undisturbed. Contact us for class offerings or check out the blog if you are interested in learning more about honey bees.

2. We are family owned and operated. We value our family and encourage you to value yours! We ask that children be closely supervised during your visit.

3. We are a working farm. Farms are inherently unpredictable and, at times, unsafe places to be—especially for young children. Animals, machinery, electric fences, ticks, and a nearby creek are just a few things to keep in mind. While we are excited to have you visit, please limit your wandering and frolicking to the lavender fields. Other parts of the farm are reserved for family and farmstay guests.

4. We are of native Hawaiian descent. We care deeply about the land and take our stewardship of the plants and animals in our care very seriously and request that you do likewise. “Ua Mau Ke Ea O ka Aina i ka Pono”—The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness. Please leave the farm as beautiful as you found it and pick up after yourselves.

To Get Here…

Farm Address:

E13901 County Rd. W

Baraboo, WI  53913

Rowley Creek Farm E13901 County Rd. W, Baraboo, WI 53913

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.

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