Epiphany Farms at Kickapoo Creek

Epiphany Farms at Kickapoo Creek is open for public tours. To arrange a guided visit, please purchase Farm Tours from our Online store.
Tours groups of 15 people or more require special arrangements.  Please contact Craig Cahan at (309) 533-2700, or craig@epiphanyfarms.com
 

For more information, contact us at: Contact@epiphanyfarms.com, or (309) 828-2323
Farm Address: 9591 N. 1540 East Rd. Bloomington, IL 61705

Epiphany Farms has two working farms that stay in business by being productive through important daily tasks and accomplishing time-sensitive projects. We have an educational farm tour schedule and a visitor policy to ensure we are able to spend time with every visitor and that everyone has an excellent time visiting us. 

FARM TOURS: Epiphany Farms at Kickapoo Creek opens its doors to the public during the growing season (May-September) to share our techniques & production systems. This year, educational tours are $10 per person and include an Epiphany Farms cup and one non-alcoholic beverage.  Tours for the Kickapoo Creek Farm will be held every Saturday at 2:30 pm.  A tour of the Moraine View Farm will be available at 2:30pm, the last Sunday of every month.  These tours will begin commencing on May 7, 2016.  Please wear sturdy, closed toed shoes for your tour, and bring a hat for sun protection.  Parking for the Kickapoo Creek farm is located just before you pass the bridge along the road.  Once you walk over the bridge, our Farm Director will be in front of the barns to greet you. 
 

VOLUNTEERS: Epiphany Farms welcomes volunteers who want to have a hands-on experience with sustainable farming. Please apply on our website (www.epiphanyfarms.com/volunteer) and let us know your story.  Once you submit your volunteer application, someone from the office will contact you to schedule your volunteer orientation.  For more information, please call the office at (309) 828-2323.

HAZARDS: As we are a fully operational farm, you may be in close proximity to heavy duty farming equipment, live animals, electrified fences, and other such hazards inherent to farming activities during your visit. Please take extra care when bringing children to the farm.