Tradewinds Park's Educational Farm opened in 1977 with a goal of educating the public about farming, food production, and the agricultural history of Broward County. The farm, located on the north side of Tradewinds Park in Coconut Creek, is approximately 325 acres and includes a livestock barn, horse stable, micro-apiary, and the historic McLean farmhouse.
PROGRAMS FOR INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES
Meet the Animals!
Interactive tours of the livestock farm are offered every Saturday and Sunday, and on most County holidays. On this guided tour, visitors will meet Tradewinds Park's goats, sheep, chickens, cattle, and pig, while learning about the roles of livestock animals on the farm.
Details: Tours cost $3/person plus tax and are approximately 30 minutes long. Tour participants may pet the goats, sheep, and chickens. For an added $1 donation to Tradewinds Farm Hands, participants will be provided grain to feed the goats. Children under 9 must be accompanied by an adult.
Times: 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Ticket sales stop 15 minutes prior to the start of each tour.
Pony Rides, Horseback Riding, and Scouts Programs
Visit our Equestrian Activities page or call the stables at 954.357.8720.
PROGRAMS FOR SCHOOLS
Tradewinds Park Farm has a variety of field trip options for schools and youth groups looking to spend a day on the farm. Students can learn about vegetable gardening, livestock animals, pollinators, and more. All educational programs are developed according to the curriculum guidelines of the Florida State Standards. Please call the park at 954.357.8720 for more information.
Meet the Animals