Plan Your Visit

Open September 15, 2018 through November 3, 2018.
We want your trip to Grandaddy’s Farm to feel just like coming home. Here’s the basic information you’ll need to plan your visit. We can’t wait to see ya!


Each day our Fall Market opens at 9 a.m. But remember, activities don’t start until after lunch!

Tuesday-Thursday: 1:30pm – 6pm
Friday: 1:30pm – 9pm
Saturday: 9am – 9pm

Fall Market
Tuesday-Thursday: 9am – 6pm
Friday: 9am – 9pm
Saturday: 9am – 9pm

Special Themed Events

Opening Day + Fall Market Samplings – September 15th
Harvest Flavors Food Demo – 6:00pm September 21st
Buy 2 Get One Free – September 22nd
Harvest Flavors Food Demo – 3:00pm October 9th
Costume Day – October 27th
Pumpkin Demolition Day – November 3rd

Admission & Season Passes

Admission $10 (Ages 3+) – Includes ALL activities & sales tax. Pumpkins are sold separately.

Season Pass $25 – All day, any day access good from time of purchase to the end of the season. Unlimited use of the Hilltop Hopper, Tire Mountain, Hillside Slide, Gourd Trellis Tunnel, corn maze, hayrides, and all other attractions!

*We gladly accept Visa and Mastercard

Special pricing for field trips and group outings.


The Pig Races at Bacon Run are a must see when you visit the farm! You will squeal with excitement as everyone cheers for their chosen pig all the way to the finish line!

Bacon Run Race Times
Tuesday – Friday 3:00 and 4:45
Saturday 12:00, 2:00, 4:00 & 6:00

Find your way through the Tristar corn maze by answering our Tennessee trivia questions! On Friday and Saturday nights, light your path with a glow stick. Glow sticks are available for $1 each.
No flashlights please.
Pumpkin Patch Hayrides are our most requested activity! On Saturdays, from 10:30 am until 4:30 pm leaving hourly, the hayride will take you to the farm’s pumpkin patch where you may cut and pick your own special pumpkin. On the way to the pumpkin patch the hayride will pass through our Gourd Trellis Tunnel where we grow some of our gourds.

Tuesdays through Fridays hayrides leave at 2:00 PM & 5:00 PM
Saturdays hayrides leave from from 10:30 AM until 4:30 PM hourly
Pumpkins sold separately.

Moonlight rides are great to relax and enjoy the night sounds under the stars. Hayrides leave at 6:30 pm, 7:30 pm and 8:30 pm on Friday and Saturday.

Visit and learn about our farm animal friends. Visit with calves and goats! Feed the animals for $.25!
While you are here be sure to try our delicious homemade pumpkin pie, kettle corn and other goodies!
Great eats include:

BBQ Sandwich
Hot Dogs
Bowl of Chili
Chili Cheese Chips
Kettle Corn
Cotton Candy
Soft Serve Ice cream
Pumpkin Pie
Soft Pretzel
Apple Cider
Apple Cider Donuts
Apple Cider Slushies

More information on what to eat on the farm can be found on our Eat page!

  • While you are at the farm you will also enjoy:
    Punchin’ Pumpkins
    Hillside Slide
    Hilltop Hopper
    Tire Swings
    Straw Maze
    Corn Box
    Duck Races
    Picnic Shelter
    Gourd Trellis Tunnel
    Tire Mountain


Grandaddy’s Farm is 15 minutes South of Tullahoma, in between Tullahoma and Tims Ford State Park.

For turn-by-turn directions straight from your location click here.

Go down Dinah Shore Boulevard toward Tullahoma. Turn left onto Bible Crossing Road beside the Franklin Farmers Co-op. Go straight through two 4-way stops to the end of the road (at Riva Lake Baptist Church). Turn right onto Hwy. 130. Go 5.8 miles and turn left onto Pleasant Grove Road across from Bluebird Market. Go 2.4 miles and turn left onto Highland Ridge Road. Go 0.4 miles, our farm is on the right.

Exit 111 from I-24, Go west on Hwy 55 into Tullahoma. Go over the Veterans Viaduct and continue straight through the stop light. Go to the end of the road beside Tullahoma Funeral Home and turn left onto Hwy 130. Go 3.6 miles and veer right onto Awalt Road (Now Hwy 476) just past the North Franklin County fire department. Go 2.3 miles and turn left onto Pleasant Grove Road at mile marker 9. Go 0.2 miles and turn right onto Highland Ridge Road. Go 0.4 miles, our farm is on the right.