Johnson’s Locust Hall Farm

Johnson’s Locust Hall Farm is a fun, historic, rustic farm. This second location, which the Johnson’s family has proudly opened, offers a wide variety of activities and scenic farmland views. Students will go home with a better understanding of where their food is coming from and how it is grown. Our well-trained staff will meet you and your students upon arrival and will guide everyone through their activities, answering any questions the students might have.
  
Learn more about field trips at Johnson's Locust Farm.
 
Contact Info 
Address: 2691 Monmouth Road, Jobstown, NJ 08041. Burlington County. 
 
Tel: 609-353-9000. 
 
 
 
Hrs: 9AM-5PM. 
 
SCHOOLS
Students will learn about farming, animals, planting, and more! Tours include a harvest hayride, picking of seasonal crops, use of our covered picnic area, playtime in the Play Patch, coloring sheets, vocabulary sheets, and teacher information. We offer 24 different fruits and vegetables to pick. Learn more
 
Contact Info
 
Trip Info
Grade Level: K-8th. 
 
Group Size: 15 minimum.
 
Activity Type: Day Trips, Guided Activities. 
 
Recomm. Length of Visit: 1.5 hours. 
 
Cost: Fee.
 
SUPPORTS CLASSROOM LEARNING IN: Science.
Topics Covered: Agriculture, environmental science, biology, animal science, food production, plants, and nutrition.
 
HOMESCHOOL
Homeschool groups will learn about farming, planting, animals, and more! All tours include variety of fun farm activities, playtime in the Play Patch, use of our covered picnic area, coloring sheets, vocabulary sheets, and teacher information. We offer plenty of fruits and veggies to pick. Learn more
 
Contact Info
 
Trip Info
Grade Level: K-8th. 
 
Group Size: 15 minimum.
 
Activity Type: Day Trips, Guided Activities. 
 
Recomm. Length of Visit: 1.5 hours. 
 
Cost: Fee.
 
Topics Covered: Agriculture, environmental science, biology, animal science, food production, plants, and nutrition.

Lesson Plan To Enrich This Class Trip

Farm Lesson Plan

The average American may eat 125 pounds of potatoes each year, but corn is actually America's number one field crop, providing ingredients for cereals, peanut butter, snack foods and soft drinks. Use a trip to an agricultural farm to find out where our fruits and vegetables come from. ... Continue