Frequently Asked Questions
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Yes, dogs are allowed in the Biergarten and on the Nature Trail. Pets are not permitted inside the buildings, the berry patches, or the orchard. Pets must be leashed at all times and up to date on vaccinations.
We reserve the right to ask you, and your dog to leave if we feel they are causing a disturbance, or it is unsafe.
We even have a Bark & Sip in the Tasting Room Biergarten during summer hours – Get more information at https://www.indianladderfarms.com/ilfcb-foodmenu/bark-and-sip/
We have Food Service in our Tasting Room & Biergarten, though the Yellow Rock Cafe in the Farm Market, and doughnuts and pasties at the Bakery Counter. Hours for food service throughout all locations vary seasonally and can be found here
Yes, we take reservations for the tasting room, for large parties, and events.
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For the Tasting Room fill out the form below
Yes, our menu includes gluten free, vegetarian, and vegan options, as noted. Always inform your server of any food allergies or preferences. However all of our kitchen is shared space and cross contamination may occur.
Yes, the animal exhibits are open to the public year-round during business hours.
Coin-operated feed dispensers are located near the animals, as well as hand washing stations.
The Farm Market, Tasting Room & Biergarten, and PYO accept cash & credit.
Hayrides are cash only at the hayride site, Credit can be used in the Farm Market and proof of purchase may be brought to the hayride driver.
Some external vendors may choose to be cash only.
We now have an ATM located in our Farm Store!
For PYO – Follow the big red arrow to the Pick Your Own location, there is parking available nearby.
For the Farm Market – Park in the upper parking lot, or follow the path from the lower lot.
For the Tasting Room & Biergarten – Park in the lower lot, or follow the path from the upper lot.
Indian Ladder Farms Photo Shoot Policy
Our customers are allowed to come to the farm during regular business hours to take photographs and/or be photographed at no charge providing they stay within areas open to the public and do not interfere with other customers access to and enjoyment of the farm.
Please note that the farm is open to the public daily and visited by a large number of people so operating without interfering with the public can be challenging.
Professional photographers must review their plans and the day/time and locations in which they propose to shoot and receive written permission (via email) from manager Laura Ten Eyck (email@example.com) prior to coming to the farm.
Sometimes when we have multiple photo shoots going on we will ask you to choose a different day/time.
E mail a minimum of one week in advance with the below info:
Photographer’s name & cell phone
Photo Subject Name, # of Subjects
Time of arrival
Time of departure
Day Of: Professional photographers must check in with the manager on duty and provide their cell phone number before beginning the photo shoot.
Photo shoots can also be arranged outside of business hours and/or in areas not normally open to the public. A fee of $100 an hour will be charged for us to provide a staff person to facilitate your access to the farm for your photo shoot.
Please keep in mind that, with the exception of sections of the orchard open seasonally for Pick Your Own our orchards are closed to the general public due to safety regulations. Sections of the orchard can be made accessible by prearrangement such as described in the previous paragraph.
Outdoor areas open to the public include picnic areas, our beer gardens, our nature trail and the grounds surrounding our farm market.
Note: We are happy to facilitate photo shoots anywhere on the farm free of charge for private event customers in conjunction with their event, such as a wedding and reception.