Things To Do

Kick back, relax and enjoy the breeze with some refreshing, homemade blueberry lemonade in one of our rocking chairs. If relaxing isn’t your thing, grab some friends for a local craft beer and a spirited game of bean bag toss. Enjoy day break during our sunrise yoga class – afterward take your blueberry mimosa to our rooftop deck and watch the day come alive, birds chirping, over the blueberry fields. Shop our Southern Hill Market for local, raw honey and take a peek at our handcrafted lotions, lip balms and sugar scrubs, made right here at the farm. To view all of our amenities, take a look around the farm grounds page.

Covered Barns

We know the Florida sun can be a bear. We have three separate covered barns with picnic tables for you to sit back and relax in the shade. The rocking chairs are comfy and are first come, first served under our Market barn. To reserve a picnic table for birthdays or other celebrations, give us a call at 407-986-5806.



We’ve got one for all ages, including vinyasa yoga, story time on the farm and sunset picking. Visit our event calendar for a full list of events this spring.

Farm Wagon Rides (weekends)

What visit is complete without a tour of the farm? Our covered wagon rides are new this season and will take you on a fifteen-minute drive through the ornamental trees, blueberry and peach fields. Tickets are $2.00, children under 2 can ride free and must sit on a parent or guardian’s lap. Tickets can be purchased at the Info Table, and rides are available every half hour from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm this spring.

Food Trucks (weekends)

Grab a bite to eat and stay a while. We have local, guest food trucks, along with our own Southern Hill Eatery, serving lunch on weekends in the spring and fall. Lunch is served from 10:30 am to 3:30 pm on Saturdays and Sundays during our spring u-pick season, view our event calendar for a list of food trucks available each day.

Live Music (weekends)

Get ready to shake your groove thing, we’ve got some live entertainment coming for you. We host musicians every Saturday and Sunday in the spring from 10:30 am to 2:30 pm, view our event calendar for the musical line up each day.


Parents need a break, trust us we know. Our covered playground barn is filled with swings, chalk, LEGOs, a checker board, sand for digging and stuff for climbing. Enough said.


If local, handcrafted items tickle your fancy, then you better plan to stop by our Southern Hill Market. We’ve got hand poured candles, canned goodies like blueberry jam, blueberry mustard and peach habanero salsa, as well as handcrafted items like lip balm and lotions. Don’t forget to pick up your Southern Hill Farms hat or shirt for your next visit to the farm.

Sweet Treats

Donuts – hot and fresh, you should probably just buy a dozen. Blueberry Cobbler – it tastes best with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Blueberry muffins, blueberry biscuits, frozen blueberry lemonade, handmade blueberry popsicles…you see where we’re going with this. Visit our Southern Hill Bakery or Southern Hill Sweets pages for more info.

The Blueberry Express (weekends)

This one of a kind, double-decker tour is like no other. We took an unused cotton harvester, added a deck on top with bench seating for fun, and you can now take a second story tour of the farm. Tickets are $5 for adults, $3 for children and teens ages 3 to 17. Children 2 and under are free of charge and must sit on a parent’s lap. Tickets can be purchased at the Info Table, and rides are available every hour, on the half hour, from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm.

Yard Games

We’ve got complimentary yard games that your whole family will enjoy. Giant Jenga, bean bag toss, washer toss, giant Connect Four, footballs, soccer balls and frisbees. Stop by the Info Table to pick up the game pieces, you’ll have to leave your ID to play. Once the game pieces are returned to the Info Table, your ID will be returned to you.

Please note that our farm activities and items are subject to change or cancellation based on weather conditions and product availability.

Visit our FAQs page for more information about the farm.