*PHOTOS and Visit with SANTA every day
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Holidays at Johnson’s Farm
- Light Show Hayrides
- Visit with Santa, bring your own Camera
- Thousands of Twinkling Lights to see..
- NEW!!! Light SHOW on the Lake
- Roast a S’more on the open Fire
- Decorate a Christmas Cookie
- Hundreds of Fresh Cut Christmas Trees
- NEW COMBO PRICING
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Give a Gift that will last Forever
… a memory at Johnson’s Farm
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“PLANTING SEEDS … HARVESTING MEMORIES”
Much has changed since 1960, when Bill and Bette Johnson pulled their first “Iced Corn” wagon to the corner of Church and Hartford roads in Medford, N.J. However, our goals remain the same when it comes to our customers, both at Johnson’s Corner Farm in Medford and at our new location, Johnson’s Locust Hall Farm in Springfield Township, N.J. We strive to provide the highest-quality Jersey produce, baked goods and farm experience for your family or group. We are known for our hayrides to pick your own pumpkins, apples, strawberries, blueberries, peaches and sweet white corn, among many other crops. Johnson’s was voted “Best Fall Activity” by Philadelphia magazine. Check out our Calendar and Family Activities pages. These activities are also available for your school or group on our Field Trip page. Sign up for our Farm News e-mail so we can keep you informed of upcoming events and when the picking seasons start for all the various crops. Our bakery produces our famous pies, cobblers, muffins and cider donuts, and our farm kitchen offers a wide variety of soups, sandwiches, salads and more to enjoy at the farm or to take home. The Farm Market also features a gift shop as well as fresh produce, a large assortment of honey, fruit preserves, sauces, candies and our very own cage-free brown eggs. Outdoors, our Discovery Barnyard playground and Animal Farm are big hits with the young and the young at heart.
We consider our farms to be gifts from God, and we look forward to sharing them with you. The Johnson’s or sign up for our Farm News e-mail so we can keep you informed as the seasons change.