Fall Festival


THANKS TO ALL OUR GUEST THAT VENTURED OUT TO OUR VERY FIRST FESTIVAL OVER THE LAST FEW WEEKS! WE ARE GRATEFUL TO EVERYONE THAT CAME AND LOOK FORWARD TO A BIGGER AND BETTER FALL FESTIVAL IN 2021.  

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Red Cedar Farms, located in Chapel Hill, TN welcomes you to our annual Fall Festival Pumpkin Patch with lots of fun to be had by your entire family.  We offer acres of pumpkins in our U-Pick Pumpkin Patch in several shapes, sizes and colors just in time for the Fall Season Holidays.

Bring the whole family out on an adventure in the pumpkin field and let the kids enjoy playing on all the fun zone activities including Hay Mountain, Corn Corral, Tire Tower, Tiki Adventure, the Mad Lab, Mega Fun House, our mega Petting Zoo or feed the Bison on a Hay Ride and so much more.  Have a family day with food, fun and music and let our farm be a new part of your fall tradition.

Also featuring Tennessee’s original U-Pick Hemp Patch for those adults that wish to learn and sample organically grown CBD Hemp right out of the field.  We will give you a basket and clippers to you can pick the Hemp Bud you’d like. Then we will send you home with instruction on properly drying and curing your hemp for use. All Hemp is THC Compliant at less than .3% so even if you smoked that whole field you could not get high.  No smoking on the farm.

NOTE: Fewer tickets available than normal to ensure proper social distancing, make sure to get yours early!  We cannot guarantee entry to walk-ups at gate.  Ticket Prices at the gate are more than online.

FALL FESTIVAL DATES:  Oct 10, 11, 17, 18, 24 & 25, 2020 (Saturday & Sunday Only)

HOURS OF OPERATION:  10AM to 5PM

FARM STORE: The Farm Store is open Monday – Friday 9am – 4pm and Saturdays 10am – 2pm

All notifications regarding weather related closures are posted on our Facebook or Instagram page as soon as possible. We encourage you to check before coming because if it has recently rained or if rain is in the forecast for our area then we may be delayed or closed for that day.

Red Cedar Farms : 2041 HWY 99, Chapel Hill, TN 37034

Red Cedar Farms is centrally located in middle Tennessee in the town
of Chapel Hill, with a short drive south of Nashville and only
25-minutes from Franklin or Murfreesboro.

FROM: East Nashville, Murfreesboro and Chattanooga

From I-24: Exit to I-840 West to US 31 Alt South and once you go
through the town of Chapel Hill you will take a right on State HWY 99 W
and go about 1.1 Mile where you should see the entrance to the farm on
the left hand side of the road.

FROM: West Nashville, Franklin, Spring Hill and Columbia

From I-65: Head South to Exit 46 (US-412/TN-99) and go East towards
Chapel Hill of the exit. Continue to US-431 South and take a right then
take a left on State HWY 99 East going 6.1 miles over the railroad
bridge and we are immediately to the right at the end of the guard rail.

FROM: Lewisburg and Surrounding

From US 31 Alt North towards Chapel Hill and take a left of TN-99 going 1.1 mile and we will be on the left side of the road.

Red Cedar Farms
2041 HWY 99
Chapel Hill, TN 37034

PAYMENT TYPES

We accept Cash and Cards and Pre-Approved Business Checks Only.

TICKETS

Red Cedar Farms offers several ticket options for all size families under the BUY TICKETS tab above.

REFUNDS

Red Cedar Farms does not offer refunds for ticket purchases but in the case of bad weather we can issue rain checks.

RE-ENTRY TO THE FARM

If you still have your wristband or hand stamp from that day then you will be allowed back in the farm at no additional charge. If you remove the wristband then you will need to purchase a new entry pass.

WHEN ARE WE OPEN

The Farm is open seasonally from second week of March through the second weekend in December and features several Events that we hope you will come and enjoy each year but remember that the Farm Store is open year-round except when we close for the Christmas Holiday (Dec 23 – Jan 2).

WHAT ABOUT BAD WEATHER

The safety of all humans and animals are our primary concern so any notifications regarding bad weather closings will be posted on our Facebook and Instagram pages. Please check before you come if the forecast for our area is subject to any bad weather including but not limited to Sharknados.  The Farm will remain open during periods of light scattered rain unless there is a threat of severe weather.

RAIN POLICY: During periods of bad weather some or all activities may be shut down temporarily for your safety. The Farm does not offer refunds for ticket purchases but will issue a rain check when warranted. 

RESTROOMS

The Farm has several portable restrooms including handicap accessible units and hand sanitation units. All facilities are stocked and serviced regularly to ensure cleanliness.

CAN I BRING MY OWN FOOD

Sure pack a lunch and have a picnic anytime or sit at any of the complementary tables as available. During any of the Festivals or Events we will have several Food Truck options available plus snacks available at the Farm Store.  No holding tables for groups or parties.  We ask you to help us keep the farm clean from debris by disposing of all trash after eating.  We’re easy…just clean up after yourselves.

CAN I BRING MY PET

We love animals but only trained service dogs on a leashed are allowed on the farm.  Personal comfort or emotional support animals do not qualify as service dogs under ADA standards and are not permitted. Note that they are not allowed to enter any animal petting area. You must pick-up after your animal around the farm to ensure all guests are safe from Fido’s little land minds. If your animal harms any guest or farm animal then the owner will be held liable for all damages and costs.

GROUP DISCOUNTS

We do offer groups reduced rates as long as tickets are purchased online in advance. If you are a school group, please visit our Field Trip page for special pricing on tours.

RENTALS

We do rent little hand pulled wagons but have a limited supply so feel free to bring your own. Wagon rentals are $10 daily. Personal strollers or wheelchairs with larger wheels do better on the natural terrain of the farm.

PLAY AT OWN RISK

Not responsible for injuries. Adult supervision required.

Red Cedar Farms is excited to welcome all our guest to fun, safe and enjoyable experience so we kindly ask that everyone follows the rules at all times. We would hate to have to tie you up or put you to work mucking stables.

KEEP IT CLEAN

Please help keep Red Cedar Farms free from debris or distractions that could harm or scare our animals. Please don’t bring anything that they could eat or choke on or any items that may cause loud scary noises.

NO SMOKING

We do not allow vaping or smoking on the farm property.

NO PETS

Only trained service dogs are permitted on farm property.

BISON AREA AND HOT FENCE

Do not approach the Bison fence at any time because Bison are wild animals and they can be easily provolked if they feel threatened. Also the fence surrounding them is electric and will give you a sever shock if touched. Please keep your kids away from the fence since they likely will not read the warning signs.

OBSERVE DESIGNATED AREAS

Natural barriers including fencing of any kind between you and the animals or any non-public areas of the farm are there to protect the animals and you from harm. Do not enter non-public areas without farm staff present.

ANIMAL MANNERS

Be nice to the animals and please do not scare, chase, ride, hit, harass or tease them. Never throw anything at the animals. Anyone found doing so will be asked to leave the farm after we let the kangaroos have a go with you.  All’s fair in love and war.

FEEDING ANIMALS

Animals are on special diets and outside foods can permanently harm the animals. ZOO FOOD is available for purchase if you’d like to feed them.  Always properly wash your hands after feeding.  It is important to use a flat hand when feeding the animals. Animals approved for hand-feeding include goats, sheep, ducks, llamas and alpacas. Do NOT feed horses, donkeys, pigs or rabbits from your hand as these animals can and will bite.

HANDWASHING

All animals naturally carry diseases that can make you sick. Thankfully, there are things you can do to protect yourself and your children from them.

  • Always wash your hands after being around animals.
  • A hand-washing stations can be found near the Petting Zoo and Sanitation stations in many locations around the farm.
  • Properly wash or sanitize any personal belongings such as shoes, strollers and clothing to kill germs that might have been transferred through contact with animals, their bedding or surroundings.
  • Always check for ticks after you’ve been outdoors.
Be sure to wash often when playing with animals.

STAY OFF EQUIPMENT

It takes lots of equipment to run a farm and while they may look like fun they can be very dangerous so we ask that Guests stay away from and off of any equipment on the farm.


The Red Cedar Hemp Patch is a special section set aside for those adults that have always wondered about CBD Hemp and want the adventure of cutting your own Hemp Flower.  We will give you a basket and a pair of clippers and you can wander the field to pick your very own hemp buds to take home.  We will give you information on how to properly dry and cure the hemp flower so that you can smoke it and enjoy the world of Certified Organic CBD Hemp Flower.

NOTE:  This Hemp is so low in THC that even if you smoked the whole field, you still would not get high. This hemp is medicinal only.

MUST BE 21 TO PARTICIPATE IN THE UPICK HEMP PATCH