TOURS AVAILABLE DAILY
minimum 24 hour advance booking
Our personalized tours of our operations at Jupiter Creamery go beyond your typical trip to the farm. Although there will be plenty of opportunities
to pet a pig or cuddle a cow, we also dive into what it takes to create a healthy, sustainable environment for our animals, and the trickle down effect
of how raising healthy animals improves our own health and wellness. We also offer guidance and tips on how to get started producing your own food,
or how to improve care for crops and livestock you may already have.
All of our animals are pastured, grass-fed, non-GMO, and soy-free. We believe in providing our chickens, cows, and pigs with the highest standard of living, because it's only from healthy, happy animals that we can produce the highest-quality food.
We create customized tours for families, individuals, school groups, Scout troops, college classes, vet programs, and more.
We believe people of any age can benefit from getting to know where their food comes from and how it is raised.
Tours are approximately one (1) hour in length and are available daily at 9:00am and 5:00pm (Apr-Oct) or 4:00pm (Nov.-Mar.)
The largest tour groups we can currently accommodate are roughly 10-12 people and the recommended donation for a group of this size is $100. Larger groups may incur a higher cost.
A minimum of 24 hours' notice is required to book a tour. Payment in full is required to reserve your booking and a minimum of 48 hours' notice is required to receive a refund.
Have questions about booking a tour?
Looking to book a larger group or class trip?
Our guided tour touches on many of the subjects listed below. We can offer an in-depth focus on any of the subjects according to your classroom, requirements or interests. Please inform us of any subjects that you would like us to specifically spotlight before your visit to allow us to tailor your tour to your needs.
Location: We are located in Jupiter Farms. Our address is 18591 131st Trail North, Jupiter, Florida 33478.
Hours: We are open year round with most tours being held mornings or evenings, avoiding the midday heat.
Approximate Tour Length: Our tours vary from 1 hour to 1 and 1/2 hours depending on the tour type and size of the tour group.
Tour Group Size: We can accommodate a maximum of 15 kids with chaperones in each tour, or a mixture of 20 kids and adults for home school groups. Our farm store is open during the same time schedule as the tour.
Parking: There is a parking on site for 8 cars. We have room for one bus to park and turn around but no more than one bus can fit at a time.
Waiver: We require every visitor to sign a waiver of release of liability. Waivers can be emailed in, dropped off, or brought in the day of the tour or signed at the beginning of the tour. Everyone attending the tour must turn in a waiver or they will not be allowed to be in the tour.
Our store: We sell products produced on the farm as well as little gifts, we have fresh milk, cream, eggs, honey, milk soap, toys, signs, books, and more!
Handicap Accessibility: Our farm is not very wheelchair accessible even in our main area where the cows are milked one may not be able to go and some spots may be a little bumpy.
Bathrooms: A port-a-potty is available, although wide it is not handicap approved.
Tour Cost: $100 dollars flat fee for the first 10-12 guests. For tours of 15 or more, please contact us to make special arrangements. We are a non-profit organization so this is a suggested donation amount. Please contact us if you cannot afford this or if you want to provide this experience for some group that can not afford it.
Payment: If using a credit card or check we ask that you pay for the tour at least two days in advance. (Please use a donate button on the website). To pay by cash on the day please inform us when making your reservation.
Cancellation: Please give two days notice for cancellation for a full refund or change of date. In case of bad weather alternative dates can be scheduled.
Warning: There are some diseases and parasites that can be spread from animals to humans. The risk of infection through petting farm animals may be prevented by following everyday good hand hygiene measures. Therefore, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warns that children and adults should wash their hands immediately after touching the animals at any petting zoo. Heightened precautions should be applied to high-risk groups: children under the age of five, people with weakened immune systems, and pregnant women fall in the category of high-risk for serious infection, and hence should strictly follow all the precautions enforced in the animal contact area.