Frequently asked questions about Snow Day
Should I bring cash or do you take debit/credit cards?
This is a CASH or CHECK only event. Credit/debit cards can not be accepted.
What if I don't want to snow slide, do I still have to pay the $10 admission?
Admission must be paid by everyone aged 3 and over (2 and under are FREE.) We have no way of separating
those that want to slide and those that don't. This is a unique opportunity for everyone of all ages to play
with snow and experience something only happening in the North. We encourage everyone to snow slide! This isn't just for children. Your admission will cover other things to do at the farm that day as well. Seeing your children's faces when they go down that slide will be totally worth the cost!
What should I wear to the farm?
Farms are dirty, and since there will be snow, everyone should where good walking shoes or boots, and
depending on the air temperature, maybe bring some mittens, scarf and a hat. Absolutely no open-toed shoes
should be worn and please plan on your children getting DIRTY. With snow comes water, and with water and dirt comes mud!
What else is there for purchase, or should I expect to pay for anything else once inside the farm?
Your admission covers all OUR activities - Snow sliding, free standing snow play, hayrides, animal visit and warming up in our bonfire area. If you choose, you do NOT have to purchase anything else. However, we do have lots of things for sale at the farm: concessions - hotdogs, marshmallows and S'mores kits for roasting by the fire. Chips, drinks, and hot chocolate are also available. Animal feed is $.50 to feed our goats and pigs. Vendors are often here as well with pony rides, face painting, bouncy houses and other activities. These are all EXTRA unless otherwise stated at admission.
How big is your farm?
We own 17 acres of land, with family land on three sides of us for room to expand. It is not a lot compared to other farms in the Agri-tourism industry, but we love it's size. We design our activities for children and the young at heart, and that fits right along with our small size. You will NOT spend all day walking around 50 acres of crops, nor getting lost in our corn maze in Octobers during the pumpkin patch. We design our fun so that your little ones can expel some of that pent-up energy, and you're not chasing them over acres and acres of land.
What else should I bring?
Your CAMERA! Photo opportunities are great with Snow in South Georgia. NO PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHERS ALLOWED unless permission is granted in advance.
Directions - 580 Ralph Rahn Rd. Rincon, GA 31326 will work in your navigation system
From Rincon: Continue North on Highway 21 toward Springfield. Go past EFACEC and the stop light at Ebenezer Rd. Continue north for one more mile. Ralph Rahn Rd will be located on the left. Take a left onto Ralph Rahn Rd. Go approximately .8 miles and Madrac Farms will be on your right.
From Springfield: Continue South on Highway 21 toward Rincon. Go past Harvey's and St. Bonafice Catholic Church. Ralph Rahn Rd, will be approximately .5 miles on the right hand side. Turn right onto Ralph Rahn Rd. Madrac Farms will be on the right approximately .8 miles.
From Savannah: If taking I-516 through Garden City toward I-95, follow FROM RINCON directions.
From I-95 South: Follow I-95 north toward South Carolina. Exit onto the Exit 109 Springfield, Rincon, GA Hwy 21 ramp. (This is the last exit in Georgia) Take a left onto Hwy 21. Follow Hwy 21 through Rincon and continue toward Springfield and follow the FROM RINCON directions listed above.