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A young girl jumping on a strawberry trampoline at Rockberry Ranch.


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Please download the field trip release form. Print as many as you need for your students. A waiver must be signed by the parents of all children attending the field trip.

 Contact us here with any questions:

Field Trip Activities Include:  Giant Sand Pit, Custom Playscapes, Barn Games, Rockberry Barnyard, Bubble Corral, Jumping Pillow, Bee Train, Tractor Wagon Ride, and berry fields (depending on crops). Remember, this is a hands on experience on a real working farm!

Available activities will depend on the time of year your group visits. Additionally, we are not open to the general public during field trips, so not all activities will be accessible.

School groups are encouraged to bring their own sack lunches for a picnic in our open-air barn or picnic pavilion. You’re also welcome to bring blankets and have a picnic out on the farm! 

Coming March, April, May 2023!
Limited Spots / Reservations Required 

Dates: TBD
Times: 9:30AM - 1:15PM
$11 for students and parents
No charge for teachers
(no siblings please)

We're gearing up for Spring 2023 school field trips! Visit the farm and learn about how strawberries or blackberries are grown in Texas. Young' uns, teachers, and parents will have a blast rotating around the farm in groups. Have free play-time where kids can climb on our giant playscapes and play in the game barn. Visit the adventure farm to bounce on our giant jumping pads and take a wagon ride around the farm to see wildflowers. Visit the Rockberry Barnyard and and meet our friendly llamas, sheep, goats, chickens, ducks, rabbits, and more. 

A Rockberry Ranch worker smiling and holding a bucket of strawberries.
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In the spring, visit a working strawberry and blackberry farm. Learn how berries are grown 

in Texas. Learn how beneficial pollinators like honeybees help us grow our food. 

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In the fall, visit the pumpkin farm. Learn how pumpkins are grown in Texas. Learn about the Monarch Butterfly journey and how Rockberry is located on the great migration flyway for these incredible creatures.  

A young girl posing in front of a monarch butterfly and sunflower mural at Rockberry Ranch.





Students will unload from buses, enter the farm and wait as a group, while the lead teacher will head to the entrance to pay for the entire group of students and chaperones with a school check or cash. At this time, all signed waivers will be turned in and wristbands distributed to the teacher for each paid chaperone/parent. Each class, along with teachers and parents, will then head to orientation for a brief review of policies and reminders for a safe and fun visit. 

  • Dress appropriately, and remember to be mindful of the weather. Socks and close-toed shoes are always strongly recommended. Socks are required to play on the Jumping Pillow.

  • Consolidate lunches in labeled boxes and/or wheeled coolers. All lunches will be stored inside the gate where you may retrieve them at the time of your scheduled lunch.

  • In the event of cancellation, contact  Rockberry Ranch a minimum of 10 business days prior to your scheduled event. If you fail to cancel 10 days prior, you agree to pay in full for your event.

  • Because we are a farm in a rural location, we do not have adequate trash service to accommodate for our large field trip crowds. To avoid attracting critters, we require that you take your trash to your school dumpsters. We will provide trash bags for your use. Please appoint one parent per class in advance to help you with this task.

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