Our Historic Almshouse Haybarn.

Our Historic Almshouse Haybarn.

Just waiting for ewe.

Just waiting for ewe.

Enjoying a hay wagon ride!

Enjoying a hay wagon ride!

Here's looking at you!

Here's looking at you!

Suffolk County Farm

The Suffolk County Farm and Education Center’s mission is to provide hands-on research-based learning to all residents with themes in agriculture, animal sciences, history, STEM, healthy living, and life skills in a unique year-round learning environment and in community spaces. The Farm’s vision is to connect with our agricultural heritage and to pave the way for a bright, healthy, and sustainable future.


Tens of thousands of visitors join us every year at the Suffolk County Farm and Education Center--a real working farm in action! Families can participate in our many special events and get up close to the farm animals. The century-old Farm offers unique educational programs for children Pre-K thru 12th grade, summer day camps, showgrounds, special events, a butterfly house, a certified Nature Explore Classroom and much more. The farm is open to the public -- year round, seven days a week from 9 am to 3 pm.

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Baby Animal Day!

Come visit us at the Suffolk County Farm in Yaphank for Baby Animal Day!

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Little Farmers Preschool

Through free play, guided exploration and exposure to all corners of the farm, children will be given the chance to learn, grow and become independent learners.

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Summer Camp at the Farm

We can't wait to see you again this summer! Summer Camp at the Farm inspires youth to engage in activities related to agriculture, animal science, nutrition, healthy living, and life skills on a 100 year old working farm.

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Yoga on the Farm

We have 3 ways to enjoy practicing yoga on the farm starting in April. Book your classes today, space is limited! Namaste.

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Contact

Kaylyn Reynolds
Administrative Assistant
kr427@cornell.edu
631-852-4600

Last updated April 10, 2018