Kentucky’s ONLY petting zoo and mini golf ag-venture – all in one! Visit Christian Way Farm & Mini Golf in Hopkinsville to spend a relaxing day outdoors. Feed and pet farm animals from corn you grind yourself, play a round of farm-themed mini golf, take a ride on the lawnmower train, play in the corn truck (it’s the corn equivalent of a giant sandbox!), or simply enjoy the wide open spaces to run and play.
Christian Way Farm and Mini Golf features hayrides, a playground, Gaga ball, a tricycle arena for friendly competitions(made out of hay!), giant Scrabble & giant Jenga. For the historian or farm equipment aficionado, come learn about equipment that dates back to the early 1900’s during your agritourism adventure. In the Spring, you’ll have the chance to meet new farm animal babies! In the Fall, enjoy a pick-your-own pumpkin patch and other Fall activities like our corn maze. Christian Way Farm is family fun for all ages. Toddler activities, things to do with kids outdoors, all the way to adult fun outdoors can be found on our Hopkinsville farm.
Have a picnic or enjoy pizza and wings from the Christian Way Cafe. And don’t leave without stopping by the country store for toys and unique gifts. Christian Way Farm is a place to enjoy the outdoors and participate in fun farm activities with the family. We look forward to seeing you!
Arriving at the Farm
Upon arrival, make your way to our store which is located inside an old tobacco barn. You will find snacks and drinks for sale alongside our gift shop.
Pay your admission and our staff will be glad to assist you as you start your visit to the farm.
Fall activities typically start the Saturday after Labor Day. That means our hayrides are available throughout our day time hours to take you to the corn mazes and U-pick pumpkin patch. You may pick and purchase from the selection of standard orange or decorative pumpkins. You can also visit the haycastle – run, explore, or simply cruise through a castle built from hay!View Pricing & Hours
We love animals and we know you love yours. If you are considering bringing your dog on a leash to the farm ( they must be on a leash or otherwise secured) please know that we have dogs that roam our farm. Our older dog Maggie and our neighbor’s dog Sam who often visits are pretty chill, but our new puppy Biscuit can be a little more excited about your dog. He’s a basset terrier mix and sometimes just wants to claim his home territory. Please understand this is their home and we cannot always put them away if they don’t mix with your pet. Thanks for your understanding.
The farm terrain is gravel and grass. Most places are reasonably level. Our buildings have ramps and the mini golf course is wheelchair accessible. We have several customers who visit on a regular basis in a wheelchair, but please know that our hayride unfortunately does not have a ramp or access. When you arrive at the farm, please come close to the entrance area to assist a wheelchair bound guest out of the vehicle on more level ground. And we are always happy to help in any way we can. Please just ask.
Things To Do at the Farm
Meet Our Animals
Our animals LOVE visitors! Be prepared to be greeted by their fun animal sounds as they come running to the fence for a snack. You’ll be able to grind the corn yourself to feed them, bottle feed a calf or two in the Springtime, snuggle with our kittens and pups, check the chicken coop for eggs, laugh at the silly goat antics, and more. Our animals can’t wait to meet you!
Food at the Farm
Bring a Picnic
We are happy to accommodate picnics if you would like to bring food to the farm (no alcohol permitted). We have designated picnic areas for you and your family.