Lucky Ladd Farms is Tennessee’s Largest Petting Farm and AG-venture Family Fun Farm Park.
Nashville Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze.
Middle Tennessee’s premier agritourism fun park. Serving students, teachers, and families for over a decade.
Explore acres of excitement including over 70 attractions for all ages. Enjoy farm animals, wagon rides, playgrounds, mega slides, a tractor train, games, mazes and more. The farm is now open spring, summer and fall.
Seasonal entertainment includes Easter Egg Hunts, Watermelon Festival, our famous Fall Family Fun Festival featuring the corn maze and pumpkin patch and much more!
Lucky Ladd’s is a great choice for school field trips and youth group outings. We offer a unique place to host corporate picnics, family reunions, birthday parties or private events.
Conveniently located half-way between Franklin and Murfreesboro, 30 minutes south of Nashville, Tennessee.
Opens in early April
4374 Rocky Glade Road, Eagleville, TN 37060
ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE
Handicap restroom on-site. Wheelchair access wagon ride. Barnyard and playground accessible to wheelchairs and scooters. Handicap swings.
FREE public and tour bus parking on-site.
Sep 19 - Nov 1, 2020
The health an safety of our guests, staff, and animals is paramount to the Ladd family. As we prepare to reopen we pledge to do our part to keep you safe by enhancing our already-stringent cleaning protocols and by implementing these additional courses of action:
Staff health screenings and temperature checks.
Increased disinfecting routines and cleaning protocols. Enhanced measures may call for temporary closures or delays at attractions during your visit. We appreciate your patience.
Common areas will comply with appropriate social distancing guidelines.
Hand washing and hand sanitizer stations will be readily available throughout the facility.
Sneeze guards have been put in place at cash registers and food stands.
Staff will wear face coverings so long as the temperature is below 85-degrees.
Face coverings will be optional for staff once the temperature rises to 85-degrees or above. Given that we are an open-air outdoor facility, with only non-air-conditioned buildings, we aren't willing to put our staff at risk of hypoxia or heat-stroke due to overheating from wearing a mask for extended periods of time.
We will adhere to all local and statewide health mandates.
Some attractions may need to remain temporarily closed to ensure guest safety.
We will be operating at 50% capacity.
Hours of operation will be reduced to include Thursday-Saturday from 10am-4pm as we monitor demand, protocols and guidelines related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
May 14 - May 15, 2021
May 15, 2021
May 17 - May 18, 2021
May 19, 2021
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May 29 - Jun 19, 2021
Jun 19, 2021