Finally, the time has come! Let’s visit all our beloved farms and spend some time outdoors, safely!

Harley Farms Tours are back. A Central Coast oasis of fun. And an incredible farm store too.

“Join our local guides on a walking tour of the farm. Say hello to this year’s kids. Walk alongside our milking herd, Anatolian shepherds, donkeys and Gentleman Jim the alpaca. Stroll our berry fields and admire the British White cattle.

Spot peacocks and wild turkeys in the orchard with the beehives. Leave with a whole new appreciation of where your food grows, and a farmstead cheese on the house.

Do bring your kids to visit any time during open hours, especially in the spring when we will have our kids in small pens in the main farm corral. We don’t recommend farm tours for younger children, because they involve talking, listening and standing around.”

Book your tour spot today

Tomales Farmstead Creamery & Toluma Farm tours are back in action.

You can book a private tour through

Tours include a tour and explanation of milking parlor, visit with the animals in the barn and/or pastures, hike up to the pastures to learn about our organic pasture management system, peek into the creamery with an explanation of how they make their cheese.

You can also book through Food and Farm Tours which include stops at Cowgirl Creamery, Point Reyes Farmstead of Bivalve Dairy.

Ramini Mozzarella Farm Tours are also being held.

The tours are completely outdoors to ensure social distancing is in place with the exception of the one-way milking barn walk through. Masks are required on site.

There is limited reservation capacity, so grab a spot ahead of time. Tours are on Saturdays.

There are no mozzarella tastings on site. Instead, every party is sent home with a tub of mozzarella for a take home sampler.

The baby Buffalo petting is split up into 3-4 smaller groups for a safer and more intimate petting session.

Book your tours on the now.
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