EVENTS ON THE FARM

Christmas at Schnepf Farms A World of Illumination

Experience the Wonder: Nov 24 – Dec 31

Christmas at Schnepf Farms is operating for its second year! Full of joy, smiles, and wonder, this magical event is the perfect family tradition to create those memories for a lifetime.

Visit Santa’s Reindeer, take a ride on the Illumination Express Train Ride, Decorate cookies with your friends, or assemble a toy in the Toy Shop! Christmas at Schnepf Farms is the place to be this holiday season.

Pickup your tickets now online, we have a strict capacity for each day and we will sell out!

The Drive-In at Schnepf Farms

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Our Drive-In is featuring some of the most exciting Entertainment Events in August!  Encore Movie Nights with Metallica and all of your favorite family features. Find out more clicking below.

WEDDING & COZY PEACH OPEN HOUSE

Wednesday, September 16

4:00pm – 7:00pm

Join us for our next open house here at Schnepf Farms to tour our three unique venues!
The Farmhouse at Schnepf Farms, a beautiful country home surrounded by peach orchards and a perfect backyard wedding; The Big Red Barn, rustic, open and grand; and our newest venue, the Meadow at Schnepf Farms, a beautiful green meadow surrounded by full grown pine trees.
Tour the venues, chat with our coordinators, meet our preferred vendors, and enjoy an opportunity for $500 off your rental fee!
You’ll also have the opportunity to tour the Cozy Peach, our onsite glamping site featuring renovated 1940’s – 1970’s airstream trailers! Find out more here
Email us at bri@schnepffarms.com or call us 480-987-3100 ext 402 to get pricing before the open house! Or RSVP for the open house below! 

Shea Homes© The Good Life Festival – MARCH 2021

Saturday March 28th, 2020. Gates open at 2:45pm

EVENT: March 6th and March 27th 2021.

The festival will be bigger than ever and taking place on Saturday, March 27th 2021 at Schnepf Farms. This new location is larger and with a built-in concert venue, meaning more fun, more music, but the same awesome experience.

A larger party means bigger talent, with four different bands! Headlining this year’s festival is America, as part of their 50th Anniversary tour celebrating huge hits like Horse with No Name, Tin Man, and Sister Golden Hair! Joining America will be Don Felder of the Eagles, The Guess Who, and Nate Nathan and the MacDaddy O’s. It’s sure to be an unforgettable concert experience!

Easter Egg-Citement — APRIL 3rd 2021

Saturday April 20th 8:30am-4pm

The Easter Egg-Citement has been going on at the farm for over 20 years!. Age groups are small, there are plenty of toys and eggs for the children to find.  It’s a chance for mom and dad to sit back and watch your kids gave a blast!

We hide hundreds of eggs, each with fun prizes. The perfect day for your child on Saturday We keep this event small so those participating have plenty to hunt and so the parents or grandparents can enjoy taking plenty of photos.

Peach Season 2021!

Peach Season at Schnepf Farms is one of the most anticipated days of the year. People from all over are waiting for these peaches to ripen, which are the first in the entire country. Because of Covid in 2020, the UPICK Peach picking was cancelled and you could only pre order for curbside pick up.  This year we are doing a mix of the two.

Schnepf Crew will be in the orchard first. When it is time to move to a 2nd orchard, we will open the first to U-PICKERS. We WILL STILL LIMIT THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE IN AN ORCHARD.

Schnepf Farms peaches have been called some of the best in the country and for over 50 years, the Schnepfs have continued to extend their season by planting more orchards with different varieties. Peaches like Earligrande, Springcrest, Florida Prince , Florida King are all popular…

Also offering

Group Tours

Amusement Rides

School Tours

Want to host a birthday party or company picnic at the farm?

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to unfold in Arizona and around the world, Governor Doug Ducey issued an executive order urging Arizonans to stay at home.  Although the farm is considered an essential business and can remain open, we will be making a few changes for everyone's health and safety