Fall Family Fun in Baltimore

For many, fall is their favorite season. The morning crisp air, followed by a slow warm up throughout the day, ending with your favorite comfy sweatshirt, drinking a cup of tea while curled up on the couch….

Sounds amazing, right? With a new baby entering the family, the curling up on the couch piece may be a long shot, but here are some suggestions to take advantage of the fall season.

Wrap your baby up in your favorite baby carrier and head out to the farm. Below are three of my favorite farms.


Rodgers Farm (formally North Run Farm)
1701 Greenspring Valley Road
Stevenson, MD 21153

Another advantage of fall is the fun outdoor activities. This is the perfect farm to bring the whole family focusing on an older sibling. Of course there is pumpkin picking, but a kids maze and animal petting zoo. To learn more, please visit http://www.northrunfarm.com


Weber’s Cider Mill Farm
2526 Proctor Lane
Baltimore, MD 21234

If Apple Cider is what you’re looking for, look no further. This is a specialty at Weber’s Cider Mill Farm. Take a look around the farm while sipping on the delicious cider. If you have small children with you, there is a petting zoo and apple picking available.

If you have Thanksgiving on your mind, Weber’s Cider Mill farm has fresh turkeys. Read more on their website: http://www.weberscidermillfarm.com/


Clark’s Elioak Farm
10500 Clarksville Pike
Ellicott City, MD 21042

If you’ve been here before with small children, they may be familiar with some of the favorite farm animals; Captain Jack, Arlo, Moon Pie and Mu. There is a new furry friend at the farm this year named Alpacas.

This is a perfect spot to bring a picnic and enjoy under an old tree. (Don’t forget your blanket). On your way out, grab a cone of hand made ice cream. You will be sure to take a pint home to enjoy later.

Along with hearing some nursery rhymes in the Enchanted Forest, there are hayrides, pony rides, and a cow train to make the day of a toddler.

Clark’s Elioak Farm is the perfect spot for fresh beef and eggs. Visit them online: http://www.clarklandfarm.com/