Plan Your Next School Trip or Special Event at Terhune Orchards

Terhune Orchards is a wonderful place to visit. From school trips to farm tours, summer camp to barnyard birthday parties, there are so many ways to enjoy the farm. We request that you contact us first if you are planning to bring a group to the farm. Call 609-924-2310 or email info@terhuneorchards.com.

School Trip

School Trips

Enrich classroom or home school programs with a farm tour. Discover three different seasons of life on the farm; learn about plants, crop life cycles and family farming; combine education with hands-on experience and exploration; visit our barnyard of animals or add Pick-Your-Own fun. Appropriate for all ages and levels. More

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Birthday Parties

What better way to celebrate a birthday than on the farm? Terhune Orchards provides a unique setting for your little one. They will enjoy visiting our barnyard friends, playing on the tractors and being on a scenic farm at a party they are sure to remember. More

Guided Tours

Guided Farm Tours

A visit to a working family farm is the perfect way to learn about the importance of farming, food production and respect for nature. Discover the history of Terhune Orchards as you learn about farm land preservation, water conservation practices and more. Tours can be customized to your group’s interests. For more information, call 609-924-2310 or Inquire Now.

Private Tours

Corporate and Private Events

Send your group to Terhune Orchards for an afternoon of fresh air and fun and you’ll boost morale, cultivate a team spirit and foster effective communication. Our gathering spaces can be customized to fit your needs. Optional catering packages and wine tasting are available. For more information, email or call Tannwen Mount at 609-924-2310.

Summer Camp

Summer Camp

Certified by the State of New Jersey, future farmers (children ages 7 to 12) get the chance to experience behind the scenes experience of life on a working farm. Fun-filled week of summer camp with hands-on activities. Campers engage in harvesting, cultivating as well as getting a closer look at our resident wildlife and barnyard friends. More