As photographers who live nearby, we find Howell Farm provides great shots in any season. As a grandparent whose 2 grandchildren visit twice a year, it is a fun place to spend a few summer or autumn hours. Before going, visitors should check on what special programs are being offered that day. Fortunately, two years in a row we lucked out because they were playing ragball baseball in the backyard of the farmhouse, so my 11 year old grandson was occupied leaving us to observe the various animals of this working farm at our leisure with my 8 year old granddaughter. There are many other seasonal activities which are related to farm life more than 100 years ago. Everyone who works at Howell, whether paid or volunteer, gets into the spirit of years gone by. There is a newly constructed welcome center equipped with very clean bathrooms. On my last visit they were offering cupcakes and soda for sale. Near the baseball game, hotdogs and popcorn were being roasted on an open fire. On past visits, ice cream was being churned from scratch.
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