Planning a Visit?
Plan to stay for a the day, a weekend, or all week long to make the most of our events and programs since there are many easy options for an overnight visit to The Farm at Prophetstown. Take a look at our event schedule, and plan on bringing your family for the fun!
Things to Do at The Farm
Tour the Farmstead
The Farm at Prophetstown is a real working farm. The livestock enjoy a beautiful, healthy farm/free range setting and our crops are used to feed them throughout the year.
The Farm is a training farm for sustainable agriculture, gardening, canning, as well as farm-to-table cooking, sewing and quilting. It draws on a wide range of resources such as beekeepers, master gardeners, farm experts, and home economics experts. Admission is free with state park entry except for special programming and workshops. Located at Prophetstown State Park.
See our calendar to see what events we have going on.
Online Self-Guided Tour
Take the online, self-guided tour of the farm to learn more about 1920s farm life. Learn all about the buildings at The Farm and the animals that call it home.
Have a party of 12 or more and want to have a private dinner? The Farm is now offering private dinner reservations. Call Chef Lauren at 765-567-4700 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org to get additional information or to reserve your dinner.
Tours are available for schools, community organizations, and other groups, large or small. Call us at (765) 567-4700 or email us at email@example.com for additional information about guided tours, events, and programs.
You need to call two weeks in advance to reserve a tour time.
All programs contain outdoor components; please dress appropriately and come prepared for that day’s outside conditions. We will not cancel due to weather.
Program fees are as follows:
$5.00/student — $5.00/adult
$7.00 For a combined tour of the State Park and The Farm
So Much More To Do and Just a Short Drive Away!
Continue your walk back in time at the Tippecanoe Battlefield and Museum
200 Battle Ground Ave.
Battle Ground, IN. 47920
A national historic landmark, located in a 96-acre park setting in Battle Ground, complete with picnic areas, nature center, historic and scenic hiking trails. The 85-foot marble obelisk monument was erected in 1908 and marks the site of the November 7, 1811, Battle of Tippecanoe between the United States’ forces, led by William Henry Harrison, and representatives of Tecumseh’s Native American confederation. The museum tells the story of the battle with exhibits, a fiber-optic map of the action and information about the dynamic leaders – Tecumseh, Harrison, and The Prophet.
Interact, learn about, and howl with the wolves at Wolf Park
4004 E. 800 N..
Battle Ground, IN. 47920
Wolf Park is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to behavioral research, education and conservation, with the objective of improving the public’s understanding of wolves and the value they provide to our environment.
702 W 500 N
West Lafayette, IN 47906
Telephone: (765) 441-2010
Stay in the state park campground for the best experience. The Farm is a quick bike ride away.
Prophetstown State Park Campground
Battle Ground, IN
Campers receive free admission to The Farm at Prophetstown
Prophetstown State Park offers a brand new aquatic center, camping, hiking, biking, fishing, birding, and wildlife observation in a unique setting of restored prairieland. Blooming native wildflowers, countless wildlife species, and numerous wetlands make this park a one of kind experience of the Indiana prairie.
Visit Lafayette - West Lafayette
For more information about the area, including activities, dining, and lodging, Visit Lafayette-West Lafayette is an excellent resource. They can assist with all your tourism needs to make your time in Lafayette-West Lafayette the best it can be.