OLD BAKER FARM
Est. 1899
The Old Baker Farm stands as a historic marker of days gone by. Homesteaded over 200 years ago, the Old Baker Farm withstood the perils of the Civil War and remains today as a traditional family farm, growing crops from cotton to corn, including pumpkins.

The farm has been worked by the Baker family for over 100 hundred years and was one of only 12 farms featured in the USDA 2000 calendar titled "Millennium Celebration of Century Farms." Since it’s founding, the Old Baker Farm has seen six generations of the Baker family.

The farm is open to the public for seasonal special events and activities, so visit with us at the Old Baker Farm and take a step back in time!



2014 DATES AND EVENTS!


FALL HARVEST HOURS BEGIN SEPTEMBER 27 THRU OCTOBER 31!
WEEKDAY 3pm-Dark
SATURDAY 9am-Dark
SUNDAY 1pm-Dark
FESTIVAL WEEKEND 9am-5pm
$10 per person (children under 2 free)
(*Entrance Gate to the Farm Closes at 5pm)

Payment Types Accepted: Cash or Check only
Admission includes pumpkin and all events except food, arts and crafts, and horseback rides.

2014 COTTON PICKIN' CELEBRATON
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 9am-5pm
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 9am-5pm
(*Entrance Gate to the Farm Closes at 5pm)

$10 per person (children under 2 free)
Payment Types Accepted: Cash or Check only
Admission includes pumpkin and all events except food, arts and crafts, and horseback rides.
PRINTABLE 2014 FLYER >>>>>

2014 PUMPKIN COLORING PAGE FOR COTTON PICKIN' CELEBRATION
Download and print to enter the coloring contest to win a Pedal Powered Tractor at our Cotton Pickin’ Celebration!


WESTERN COWBOY DAY '14
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 9am-Dark
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1pm-Dark
(*Entrance Gate to the Farm Closes at 5pm)

Shootouts, Western Music, Hay Wagon Rides, Hay Mountain, Pumpkin Patch, & More!
Kids, come dressed in your western attire!
Cost: $10 per person; kids under 2 free
(Payment types accepted: Cash or Check only)
Admission Fee includes pumpkin and all events except food, arts and crafts, horseback rides

Who We Are...

Today, the Old Baker Farm is managed by a fourth generation family member, proprietor and entrepreneur Jerry Baker and his wife, Pam.

Over the many years, the Baker farm has raised cotton, soy beans, corn, pumpkins, watermelons, as well as the garden that feeds the entire family.

Each October, the Baker's invite the public to join them for Cotton Pickin' Celebration, where everyone gets to see what life is all about on a real working farm.

The family tends to numerous livestock such as cattle, pigs, chickens, mules, and horses, and a ram named Curly Horn. Some of the animals will eat right out of the hand, which thrills the school children who visit the farm! The farm also features a Christmas Tree Farm, and also raises acres and acres of beautiful Leyland Cypress and Virginia Pine as well as other varieties of Chrismas trees grown in Alabama.