During the NAFDMA Conference participants will board buses and travel to agritourism destinations. There are seven farm stops planned. Choose the bus number that has the stops you prefer.
One of seven of the stops is described below
Lucky Ladd Farms www.luckyladdfarms.com
In 2007, the Ladds began inviting local schools and church groups out to their home in the country giving them the opportunity to see and pet the animals on the farm. In 2008, they opened Lucky Ladd Farms, and they now have over 60 acres of excitement including Tennessee’s largest petting farm, farm themed playgrounds, mega slides, wagon rides, pedal karts, tire climbs and our popular corn maze and pumpkin patch. The Ladds also provide fun and interactive educational adventures allowing students to explore their natural world with an emphasis on agriculture. They hope to continue to provide an affordable entertainment destination in Tennessee and are working hard to grow their operation by adding new attractions and improving their existing ones so that every guest gets a new and unique experience year after year.