Introduction: Why Should You Consider a Trip to the Sitton Hill Farm?

Sitton Hill Farm is a family owned farm that has been in operation for over 30 years. They offer many different activities for their guests including hayrides, pony rides, and refreshments. They have many animals including chickens, goats, and sheep. They have a large stable where you can feed and pet the horses. There are also ponies in the barn if you’d like to ride one! You can also visit their petting zoo for a less-formal experience. The farm is open every day of the year and offers free admission.
Sitton Hill Farm is located at 3513 E. Mt. Holly Road in Gastonia, NC [map]. Their hours are Monday – Saturday 9 AM to 6 PM and Sunday 9 AM to 5 PM. Their phone number is 704-853-5511 and they can be reached by email at [email protected] com.

the barn at sitton hill farm
the barn at sitton hill farm

What Makes the Barn at Sitton Hill Farm So Magical?

There is so much to do here! There are games, mazes, and even a crawl through tunnel maze. There is something for everyone including children, children at heart and people of all ages. The barn here is full of magical memories and happiness. I love how the farm has kept the old country style charm that makes you feel like you are outside in a field instead of inside an indoor space. There is also the beauty of the farm that never fails to make you smile. You will see so many breathtaking views and it is always a beautiful experience to be able to walk around the table farm. The barn holds a lot of memories of my childhood including many family celebrations, wedding receptions, bridal showers and parties. I have always had such fun memories at the barn here.
What makes the barn at Sitton Hill Farm so magical?

the barn at sitton hill farm
the barn at sitton hill farm

Inside the Barn at Sitton Hill Farm’s Secret Springhouse

The barn at Sitton Hill Farm is beautiful. Inside the barn there is a springhouse with a large waterwheel. You can climb the old wooden stairs and walk out the door to enjoy the blue sky or sit down with a storybook while you watch the waterwheel go round and round. There is also a telescope provided for guests to use.
The springhouse was built over 100 years ago. It is 15 feet high and 40 feet long, with a door that opens wide. The springhouse has a dirt floor and wood-plank walls. The water wheel was made in 1828 by John Dickinson of Albany, New York. There are two wells that feed the water into the wheel, one on each end of the building. They are about 15 feet deep.

the barn at sitton hill farm
the barn at sitton hill farm

The Barn At Sitton Hill Farm & Its Surreal Beauty One Year Later

I love the barn at Sitton Hill Farm! It is so beautiful that one year later I am still compelled to share my feelings with others so they can understand why I feel such connection to it. After my trip to the farm, I went home and read a book about it. This is how I know that from 1872 until 2007, the farm was owned by two families. The Hickmans and the Hatfields both lived here until the farm was sold to its current owner, Sitton Hill Farm, LLC. I would love to hear your thoughts if you get a chance to stop by! Enjoy!
The barn at Sitton Hill Farm is located at 2662 Lantz Mill Road, Lewisburg PA 17837.
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the barn at sitton hill farm
the barn at sitton hill farm

How to Get to and Park Near the Barn at Sitton Hill Farm for a Weekend of Hayrides & Relaxing Escape From Reality

Parking is available at the farm for $10 per car. You can pay with cash or credit card and then use the park-in-and-pay app to find a spot. There is also a 180-day parking pass for $10 which can save you tons of money.
The farm offers hayrides and apple picking throughout the day. You can also get your hands dirty by helping with work at the farm. There are tons of barn animals to meet and cuddle during your stay. Pay $5 to feed the sheep!
There’s a cute gift shop with wood signs, clothing, soaps, and other farm-themed products. [ARTICLE STOP]
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the barn at sitton hill farm
the barn at sitton hill farm