Dating back to the 1760s when the area was mostly farmland, the original home, built for Captain Jonathan Moore, still stands and is currently being restored.
Mr. John C. Vogel in 2002
...on his beloved farm with his oldest great-grandchildren: Kendall, Katie, Mary, and Mac.
The Vogel Family Today
Nick, Taylor, Randi, and J. D.
We love hearing from you!
Lisa Besharian WalkerGuest, April 2021
"We absolutely love taking our granddaughter to Hunt Club Farm. The environment is so welcoming, clean, and especially geared to the little ones. She absolutely loves running around to all of her animal friends who are so well-tended. Especially fun is the Tree Walk overlooking the beautiful pond where she can see turtles and ducks. We love to see her explore nature, learn about animals, and experience the fresh air and sunshine. She adores the pony rides, too. Kudos to Beth at the Tree Walk and Ricky who tends the ponies and guides the rides. We love you. We bought season passes which is the best! Thank you, Hunt Club Farm."
"I was worried about the crowd based on the traffic going in but was most pleasantly surprised. It was our first time taking my granddaughter and we had so much fun!! It was a delightful experience and I would highly recommend it!! The petting zoo was our favorite but the Easter Bunny ran a close second. He (or she) did a fabulous job of making our girl giggle and enjoy the experience!"
"Visited for the Spring event. I am not sure who had more fun, me or my 4-year-old. So, so much to do. I am sorry that it took us that long to try it out. Fun for kids of all ages. 10/10 cannot wait to go back!"
"My kids and I had a fantastic day today! What fun! We went to the Hunt Club Farm & for $12 each, we got a pass to their new TreeWalk as well as to see the animals ♡ 💙 I want to give a shout out to Hunt Club Farm. Not only was the TreeWalk amazing, the animals adorable and well taken care of, the bathroom facilities clean, but every experience with employees was quite exemplary‼️ The ticket ladies were so kind, upbeat, and answered my questions with kindness. Toward the end of our visit, my son bumped his head quite hard on a beam from hurrying up the rock wall side of the playground. On the way out, we stopped into the gift shop to look at some local honey and salsas, etc. Bonnie, the lady working in the gift shop today, noticed my son was super quiet and was sitting on a bench. (He was doing okay, but he gets quiet for a while after getting hurt). When she found out he had bumped his head, she ran over to the water cooler and gave him a water to put on his forehead to keep him cool or to drink. He thanked her. Even though I told her he was fine, she called Savannah to come check on Liam. Savannah brought my son an ice pack and asked for our names and number. She filled out the report and said she will call and check on Liam tomorrow. These ladies are definitely assets to the Hunt Club Farm. They went out of their way to make sure Liam was doing okay and to help him. Although he was quiet while there (he did thank them), on the walk to the car he talked about them and told me they made him feel better. ♡ Later in the day I received a phone call from Steven. I forgot I called early in the morning & left a message asking if the treewalk was opened. He was also so kind and definitely an asset to the company as well. I must say, it was definitely worth the $12 each as the kids had a lot of fun and on top of that, the service and kind-hearted customer service will bring us back and recommend people to visit there."