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Cedar Hill Farm, Hernando

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Farm · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Cedar Hill Farm is located in the Community of Love, Mississippi, outside of Hernando, Mississippi, just minutes south of Memphis, Tennessee. We are a family owned and operated farm with 120 acres of rolling hills, surrounded by cedar tree lined fences and woods. Mike and Martha Foster first opened the farm to the public in 1996. Their oldest son, Robert, and his wife Heather took over the business in 2005. Their second son, David, joined them in the business in 2006. Each year improvements are made to make Cedar Hill Farm one of the top Agri-Tourism businesses in the Mid-South.

We offer a relaxing and fun filled day on the farm for groups of all sizes. You can bring your family down to escape the hustle of the city and enjoy the peace and quiet of country life. Schools can take a field trip that will educate children on agriculture, and at the same time give them a chance to play on a farm and make memories that will last a lifetime. Companies can have a customized company picnic, with a wide range of activities and great food made right here in our Country Kitchen. Take a tractor drawn hayride around our farm, out to the strawberry & Easter Egg Hunts in the Spring, to pick blackberries & blueberries in the Summer, the Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze in the Fall and to choose and cut a Christmas tree in the winter.

Every Halloween we also host our annual Haunted Hayrides & Trail of Terror. The kids can pet the animals in our petting zoo, ride a pony, ride the train ride, watch the animated chicken show and play on our play areas. Catch a trophy Bass in our private pond or divide up into teams to play volleyball, horseshoes or even paintball in our large 14 acre paintball park complete with rental equipment and a pro shop. Enjoy our beautiful picnic areas, pavilion, big barn, nice restroom facilities and our Country Kitchen and Country Store. Open to the public seasonally and open by reservation year around for private parties, corporate events, family reunions, weddings, receptions & kids birthday parties. Every season brings something new to the farm.
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  • Is a great place to go have fun with your family enjoy just being outside on a farm. Very well organized. I was there for a family reunion. The staff was so nice and the food that was prepared for.....  more »
  • We took the boys there before Easter. They had the Easter Bunny, face painting, etc. It was fun. We also go there at Halloween. The have haunted hayrides, a corn maze, the trail of terror...  more »
  • Went last night for the final night of Haunted Farm event. Very Family oriented, Concessions weren't bad, comparable to other concessions ( Fair, Zoo, etc.) Could use some extra restrooms though, lines were frequent, being that last night was a "surge night" before the end of the event. Haunted features were not over the top, and completely appropriate for teen and older. Very well Staffed and SECURITY was PRESENT and VISIBLE throughout the evening until closed.
  • recommended Sisturbia as the scariest attraction, however it was extremely disappointing. We walked further from the ticketing to the tiny building than at the attraction itself. It was dark and wet from the rain so walking there was hazardous and almost went into a different attraction. The attraction offered little in the scare or haunted department. There were only two actors and one talked to us through a small window as we were getting checked into the building, so we were expecting him. Then he would stomp the floor or hit the wall. We came in a three person group and both actors miscalculated when to jump out at us with, quite frankly, not scary costumes. The "scariest" thing about it was having to walk around the pitch black serpentine hallways, feeling our way around with our hands and running into walls. To guide you, they painted arrows with phosphorescent paint but it was very very faint (old). In about 3 minutes we were out to the final hallway where we could clearly see the exit. I'd expected someone to scare us as we made our way to the exit but we made it out completely disappointed. Zero scare rating. They could have used recorded sounds of what normally scares people rather than stomping around the same area. We left right after. We did swing by their food place and the menu was good and prices seemed reasonable. They also had a nice variety of memorabilia, preserves, and syrups. We had come to get a scare so we didn't buy anything before going in.

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