Agritourism

Learn traits of the agricultural experience and soil cultivation. You'll see how food gets from a north-central Kansas farm and ranchland to your table. Discover how the farms and ranches along the plains here developed a strong heritage that has helped shape our community. Want a shot at reality? Here's your chance. An authentic experience in Kansas' most vital industry: agriculture. Throughout this region, farmers and ranchers operate agriculture-based attractions to offer genuine visitor experiences. You'll appreciate what it takes to deliver food to the local grocery store from Kansas farms and ranches.

A&H Farm


Fourth-generation farm grows with new products each year. Animals play a vital role to A&H operations to improve the farm's soil. Pumpkin Patch is a big fall feature, with small bonfires to char hot dogs or create s'mores. U-Pick Strawberry Patch provides more opportunities for family fun. A&H Farm

Britt's Farm


Britt's farms 250 acres of fruits and vegetables in the Kansas River valley along Scenic Drive and Kansas 18, just east of Manhattan Regional Airport. Britt's features a wildly popular pumpkin patch with hayrack rides, kids activities and mazes. The Fall Fun Zone opens Sept. 23 and remains open each weekend through Nov. 4. Head to Britt's for pick-your-own strawberries/blackberries, raw honey and since 2014 Britt's own grass-fed beef ... lean, tender meat. For the holidays, firs and pines as Britt's offers selection of five dozen Christmas trees. Britt's Farm
River Creek Farm

Lazy T Ranch


Original cowboy poetry, hayrack rides, chuckwagon suppers and scenic vistas of the Flint Hills. All at a historic, family-owned ranch just a short horse ride away. The Lazy T barn is on the national register of historic places. More information (785-539-7899) from Lazy T Ranch.

River Creek FarmLazy T barn


Just a 15-minute drive on K-18 east brings you to this fourth-generation farm in the scenic Kaw River Valley along Zeandale Road, 10 miles east of Manhattan and just south of St. George across the Kansas River. Tour the farm or camp in a rustic cabin among natural habitat. Hike among the wildflowers or take a harvest ride on a combine. More information (785-456-9201) about Feast of the Fields annual event at River Creek Farm.