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The old Faulkner Farm is now owned by the University of California Hansen Agricultural Research and Extension Center.

The center conducts research to support agricultural and supports a broad array of county-wide... read more

Reviewed 19 February 2016
ricshaw
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Southern California
Not sure why listed since it is not open to the public

The farm is owned by the University of California and is run as a place for the farm advisers to do... read more

Reviewed 23 August 2015
slr_7
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Thousand Oaks, California
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Reviewed 23 August 2015

The farm is owned by the University of California and is run as a place for the farm advisers to do research. It is a very attractive property with a the old Faulkner home a historic wonder. It was built in the 1890s and is well maintained. At one time the farm hosted a month long October Pumpkin Patch for a local service group. This has been terminated and the property is fenced off and not open to the public anylonger.

5  Thank slr_7
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Reviewed 23 April 2014 via mobile

I came here with my kids and found out the farm is closed to the public. From the parking lot and street you can see the farm and looks beautiful. I whish we could have gone inside.

1  Thank myboyscamarillo
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Reviewed 30 July 2013

Been in here off and on since it became an exhibition spot. No drop-ins-there are several interesting "do"s here each year, all similar, with an entry through magnificent stone gates, parking close by and greeters/docents on the ranch. It is fun to walk around and look at how the past ranching and farming occurred. Caution, drive slowly past to park, the street is narrow (country) Wish they opened the ranch up more to the public other than the pumpkin sales and shopping. My pick for pumpkins is the market so...I'd like to see additional activities here, as a local.

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Reviewed 5 August 2012

Fun pumpkin patch with a great narrated wagon ride, little zoo, ponies to ride, and giant hay pyramid to climb. Lots of out of towners during Halloween time.

Thank Katherine P
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Reviewed 10 February 2012

We love bringing our kids here!!! Thousands of beautiful pumpkins (all varieties), pony rides, a train, hay pyramid, face painting, music, food, petting zoo and SHOPPING! Also a pumpkin launcher that the kids LOVE. We go every year -- I wouldn't miss it!

1  Thank Kerry N
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