Charlotte Lake Farms | Open Farm Days 2021
Guy & Leona B
Guy & Leona B

Charlotte Lake Farms | Open Farm Days 2021

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About this farm

* Hosts​,​ participants​,​ and volunteers available for all your questions about agriculture​,​ where your food comes from​,​ or how it is raised​,​ grown or made​,​ & a chance for you to get to know your farmers! * Trailer ride tours to see the cattle up close * Farm equipment (new & old) for your viewing * Bees and agricultural information booth * View cows and their babies​,​ bulls​,​ and variety of small animals * View forages​,​ grain​,​ and corn crops that our beef animals eat * Check out Pumpkin Paradise Patch * Pop-up Farmer's Market where you may purchase locally grown beef​,​ pork​,​ eggs​,​ honey​,​ veggies​,​ and flower bouquets. * Artisan market where you may purchase​/​view paintings​,​ hand made wood projects​,​ candles​,​ towels​,​ etc... * For kids of all ages there will be a Bale Maze (4x bigger than 2020)​,​ Cow patty bingo​,​ Scavenger Hunt​,​ Fishing Booth * Refreshments available for purchase include our farm to table hamburgers prepared by Twisted Fork​,​ Marvelous Mini donuts​,​ Izzy's Lemonade​,​ and other refreshments * Taste testing and purchase of local artisans' beer and distilled products by Cold Lake Brewery & Distilling Co. * Live entertainment by Local Artists * Bring your lunch as there will be tables on site * Many prizes provided by hosts and participants drawn throughout the day * No ATM on site * No Pets please * No smoking due to fire hazard


  • Bees, Honey & Meadery
  • Conservation & Ecosystems
  • Country Stays
  • Craft Breweries, Wineries & Distilleries
  • Crops & Machinery
  • Culinary Event
  • Dairy & Cheese
  • Food Sampling & Sales
  • Gardens & Plants
  • Livestock & Animals
  • Markets & Farm Store
  • Poultry & Egg Production
  • Special Activities & History
  • Tour
  • Vegetables & Fruits
  • Flowers & Trees
  • Wheelchair Accessible

Farm rules

1. Parking at the south of the entrance in marked area 2. All guests must register at entrance 3. Toilets, hand wash stations, and hand sanitizer provided onsite 4. No smoking due to fire hazards with drought conditions 5. No pets as farm animals may be affected 6. All litter to be deposited in garbage cans 7. Be aware of electric fences around the site please do NOT touch 8. Please stay within marked boundaries 9. You may bring your lunch as there will be tables on site 10. Remember to bring sunscreen, hat, and bug spray. 11. If raining, bring rubber boots and umbrella. 12. Have fun, relax, enjoy, and stay safe!


45026 Township Rd 613, Bonnyville No. 87, AB T0A 1H0, Canada

Reviews (10)

  • RD

    Such a fun experience, we loved it. Thanks Guy & Leona for hosting us!

    Randy DAugust 2020

  • LL

    Hi ,I enjoyed the afternoon ,it was nice to have a beautiful weather.I felt it was more like a little fair,with a few vendors.I thought we were going to have a guided tour to different farm buildings and see a more animals..I see you had masks available but I was the the only one wearing one.All and all it was fun day .Thanks

    Lavina LAugust 2020

  • VF

    Very enjoyable day, loved the scavenger hunt!

    Veronique FAugust 2020

  • RW

    My family had a wonderful time exploring the Charlotte Lake farm. Everyone who participated was friendly and approachable. My kids loved the animals and rode horses for their first time. We came home with bread, butter, milk, honey and beef and will enjoy it all. Huge thank you to all involved and we look forward to next year.

    Rhiannon WAugust 2020

  • CR

    Great fun! Enjoyed our time with our grandkids! Thank you!

    Carlene RAugust 2020

  • JM

    Was a great time had by our family. Thank you! Would recommend to anyone.

    Jennifer MAugust 2020

  • ML

    Love the live music and the bilingual services on the site ! That was fantastic! The bails maze was a hoot . It felt like a fair ! Merci !

    Mireille LAugust 2020

  • JD

    Loved almost every moment. The only wish that i had when done was to have people at each vendor or stand to explain everything. There was always someone willing to sell you something but nobody to explain the animals, what combines do, how hay bails are made and so on. Will definitely return to the next one.

    Jennifer DAugust 2020

  • RB

    What a wonderful event!! Loved getting out there!! Lots of smiling faces!!

    Rachelle BAugust 2020

  • sf

    Great enjoyed it. Glad I brought $

    shannon fAugust 2020

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Guy & Leona B

Hello, I'm Guy & Leona B.

The Bonneau Family have a deep love of agriculture including our family routes in farming in the Fort Kent area since the early 1900's. We strive to feed the local…

The Bonneau Family have a deep love of agriculture including our family routes in farming in the Fort Kent area since the early 1900's. We strive to feed the local…

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