Kayben Farms offers an unmatched assortment of activities for every member of the family.
Judy Kolk owns and operates the multi-faceted enterprise, a stone’s throw northeast of Okotoks, along with her husband Claude.
She said Kayben Farms is a place where almost anyone can spend time experiencing a range of different activities and is open from May through October.
“It’s a destination for the whole family,” Kolk explained. “There are such a variety of things for people to do. Our Sunshine Adventure Park is a favorite for families, school tours and birthday parties.”
The farm will open this spring on May 1.
It boasts many kid friendly attractions including a berry bounce, a giant wheelbarrow play structure, a pedal kart track, farm animals, a tree maze, and a corn maze, a seasonal fixture that typically opens in mid-August once the corn is tall enough.
This year, Kayben Farms will be unveiling a new indoor play area for tots.
“It’s going to be really unique,” Kolk said. “We’re repurposing a portion of the greenhouse and it’s going to be like an outdoor playground with grass.”
Visitors can also look forward to Kayben Farm’s annual Pumpkin and Scarecrow festivals (dates to be announced).
Meals and snacks are served in JoJo’s Café where the menu includes many kid friendly choices.
The café attracts diners as a great spot for a sunny afternoon lunch on the patio.
For more on the many things to see and do at Kayben Farms go to their website www.kayben.com.
Caption: Come take part in fun events like pumpkin painting at Kayben Farms, just north of Okotoks.