Chatsworth Farm

Chatsworth Farm

adventureHosted by Charlotte W

About this farm

Join us for a free tour of our family farm! - Guided tours are every hour on the hour​,​ beginning at 11 am and ending at 4 pm. - Get a guided​,​ up-close tour of our farm and animals​,​ including the beef cattle​,​ sheep and lambs​,​ horse​,​ chickens​,​ geese​,​ ducks​,​ and turkeys​,​ plus farm kittens​,​ and Lizzy the livestock guardian dog. - Watch machinery demonstrations - Bring your lunch or a snack and a picnic blanket to enjoy a picnic in our pasture (no food​/​beverages will be available on-site) - Take a guided tour of our garden and learn about growing your own fruits and vegetables​,​ starting your own plants from seed​,​ and creating wildlife-friendly habitats - Our farm store will be stocked with beef​,​ lamb​,​ eggs​,​ and garden produce to stock your fridge and freezer (cash only). Chatsworth Farm will be open from 11 am to 4 pm on Saturday​,​ August 15th. PLEASE NOTE: the map below shows the inccorect location to our farm. Please copy the GPS coordnates for the correct location. Directions: From the intersection of Main Street + Highway 41 in the town of Vermilion​,​ drive 2.9 km north on Highway 41 to Indian Lake Road​/​Township Road 511. Turn west​/​left onto Indian Lake Road and drive 9.3 km to intersection of Township Road 511​/​Range Road 73. Go north​/​right on Range Road 73 and drive north on Range Road 73 to Township Road 513. Turn left​/​west onto Township Road 513 and drive to the house on your left with the tower. The county address sign out front by the road is 73035 TWP RD 513. GPS Coordinates: 53.409017​,​-110.974845


  • 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

Farm rules

Q: What should I bring? A: Dress for the farm, with closed-toed shoes, layers, and a hat (good for sun AND rain!), and water bottles. Also: face mask, hand sanitizer (we’ll have some but it’s always a good idea to have your own), sunscreen, insect repellent, and a lunch or snack including beverage and picnic blanket, which you can enjoy while picnicking in our pasture (no food/beverages will be available on-site) Q: Can I bring my pet? S/he’s very well behaved! A: No. For our animals' health and safety, and the health and safety of all participants, please leave your pets at home. Q: Will there be toilets and hand-wash stations available on site? A: Yes, there will be portable washrooms and sanitation stations on site. Handicapped access units will be available as well. Q: Can I smoke, or consume alcohol or cannabis, while attending Open Farm Days? A: No. Smoking is not permitted on the farm and there are no designated smoking areas on the property; the risk of fire with straw and hay bales, machinery, and fuel on the premises is great. The consumption of alcohol and cannabis are also not permitted. Q: Are there drinking water refill stations on site? A: Yes, get the full farm experience and fill your bottles at our hydrant with fresh cool well water! Q: Where can I park my car/van/truck? A: We'll have designated parking areas so please follow the signs and parking directors upon arrival. Q: What if I’m not feeling well on the morning of Saturday, August 15th, but I’ve registered to attend? A: Please stay home and look after yourself. We’ll see you next year!


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