What to Do at Stonewall Farm

  Mission of  Stonewall Farm:

    "Stonewall Farm is dedicated to connecting people to the land and to the role(s) of local agriculture in their everyday lives."  



Check out our 2014 Stonewall Farm Trail Map to get a feel for what awaits you, your family, and your friends! 

Stonewall Farm grounds and barns are open free to the public, year round, dawn to dusk. We offer public programs, special events, school programs and summer and school vacation camps on a regular basis. Fees do apply for our camps. 
For more information on upcoming events and farm news, feel free to check out our WordPress blog at: http://stonewallfarmnh.wordpress.com
Farm Activities: 

► Join our small animal feeding program, or just stop by the small animal barn to say hi to our alpacas, chickens, rabbits and sheep.

► Visit our Belgian draft horses in the horse barn.

► Visit our Dairy Barn and see a 4:30 am or pm milking - there are often newborn calves to see as well.



Farm Stand & Vicinity Activities: 

Visit our Farm Stand (in the Sugar House) for our own beef, syrup, cheese, eggs, year-round produce, yogurt and more, alongside our U-Pick gardens (in-season).

► Bring your kids to climb on our playground and watch our goats climb in their playground.

► Cool off in the creek on a hot day and say hi to the ducks keeping cool in the pond!



Indoor & HistoryActivities:

► Explore our Discovery Room, open 9:00am to 4:30pm daily, with activities for kids age 3 to 8.  Located on the first floor of the Learning Center.

► Walk through our Learning Center, a beautiful post and beam facility used for our education programs and facility rentals.  (Open 9 am to 4:30pm daily).

► Visit "Antique Alley", our exhibit of antique and horse-drawn farm equipment, along with the Corn Crib, built in 1795!



Outdoor Activities: 

Stonewall Farm holds over four miles of  multi-use trails (e.g. biking, hiking, horseback-riding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing), alongside over 120 acres of actively managed fields, forests, pastures, brooks, and ponds. Alongside our own property's outdoor activities, we work with the City of Keene, Healthy Monadnock 2020, and other southwest New Hampshire groups to host the Keene Paths network. These trails extend across Keene and greater Cheshire County, acting as biker and walker friendly pathways. For more information and to see a Keene Paths map, feel free to check out http://www.keenepaths.com. 


► Visit our sugar house during sugarin' season (March to April).

► Visit our Garden Discovery.

► Take a walk on our trail roads, a hike on on our woods trails, or winter stroll on snowshoes (rentals available). We are a great place for a picnic.

► Bike here!  Take the Cheshire Rail Trail from Keene.  We're just 3 miles from downtown.  While you're here, explore our +4 miles of mountain bike trails.

Trail Map Spring 2014.pdf3.64 MB

603-357-7278  242 Chesterfield Rd  /  Keene, NH 03431