Today, November 8th is the last day the farm will be open until we re-open for Christmas Tree Sales on the 28th of November.  The corn maze, hayride and animals will be open for the regular Saturday hours.  Pumpkins are sold out except for a few small pie and the concession and gift shop are taken down as we restructure for Christmas tree sales.  

Thank you for your continued support it has been a great year!
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Located in Waukegan, IL

Thank you for taking an interest in our farm.  Whether you want to get "lost" in our maze, take a hayride, visit the animals or pick out a pumpkin or two...  We hope you will find all of the information you need to make your trip to our farm a wonderful experience for you.

We offer opportunities for people of all ages to experience farm life.  We hope every visitor gains a new understanding about farming and has a lot of fun too!

We welcome school groups, private parties and the general public to our farm.

We look forward to your visit to 
Kroll's Fall Harvest Farm!



What does it cost to come to the farm?
-There is no Entrance or General Admission to visit the farm.  Just pay  for the things you'd like to do!

Do you accept credit/debit cards?
-No, we are cash only, but have an ATM available for your convenience.

Are dogs allowed at the farm?
-No, for the safety of the farm animals we do not allow dogs.

Are there restrooms on site?
-Yes, we have flushable porta potties with hand wash stations.

Help Support the Northern Illinois Food Bank with:
Kroll's Fall Harvest Farm and Jr. Miss Wadsworth, Alyssa Cairns

Throughout our whole fall season we will be hosting a canned food drive and fundraiser to help support the Northern Illinois Food Bank.  We will be accepting any canned goods which can be dropped off in collection bins on the farm.  We will also be taking donations at each register.  Each $1 donated equals $8 of food so even a small donation can go a long way! 
Northern Illinois Food Bank leads the northern Illinois community in solving hunger by providing nutritious meals to those in need through innovative programs and partnerships. Since 1983, food manufacturers, local groceries, corporations, foundations, and individuals have come together to donate food and funds, and evaluate and repack food for distribution to 800 community food pantries and feeding programs serving more than 71,000 hungry neighbors each week across 13 counties. That commitment provided 50 million meals to those in need. Find out how you can Volunteer, Donate and Get Involved at or follow the Food Bank on Facebook or Twitter. Northern Illinois Food Bank is a member of Feeding America.

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Last Update October 17, 2014

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