The holidays bring all sorts of dilemmas, such as what to get the person who likes nothing and when to begin blocking off the chimney. Solve one of these problems with today’s Groupon to Moo-ey Christmas at Superstition Farm, valid Friday, December 16, and Saturday, December 17. Choose between the following options:
- For $7, you get admission for two to Moo-ey Christmas (a $14 value).
- For $13, you get admission for four to Moo-ey Christmas (a $28 value).<p>
Babies younger than 1 year are admitted free.
A working family farm spearheaded by a brother-sister team, Superstition Farm opens its doors for holiday celebrants Friday and Saturday evenings for festive amusements in the great outdoors. Twinkling lights strung around the Christmas tree infuse the farm with a glow as festive as a reindeer’s tinsel-covered GPS antenna, brightening up the area while kids interact with farm animals in the petting zoo or frolic in snowy piles of cottonseed. While carols and seasonal tunes play, guests can roast s’mores ($1) around the crackling bonfire, or explore the farm’s landscape on a hayride amid Christmas lights. Resident elves read little ones stories, letting parents peruse the Moo-ey marketplace for gifts and trinkets. Groups can commemorate their day-trip in a photo with Santa atop a 1950s red tractor (not included with this Groupon), preserving holiday memories without pickling the Christmas tree.
Descending from three generations of dairy farmers, siblings Casey and Alison Stechnij carry on their family's legacy by maintaining Superstition Farm's 30 acres. The brother-and-sister duo regularly shepherd informative tours through the landscape, summoning horses, chickens, goats, and sheep to greet guests and share their perspectives. The four-legged residents also assist in horseback riding lessons and appearances at the onsite petting zoo.
Every Thursday, local food trucks flock to Superstition Farm for a weekly market, where they vend fresh produce, breads, and meats alongside the farm's own dairy products, including the house-made Udder Delights brand of ice cream and artisanal cheeses. Superstition Farm further disseminates its farm-fresh cuisine via a 30-foot-long food truck that makes appearances at local events and defends cattle against the persistent threat of monster trucks.