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Wild Things Farm

700 Beaty Avenue

About Us:

Wild Things Farm is owned by Jim and Cathie Greene, with a great deal of help from our son Ryan and our daughter Taylor. We started our 90-acre farm in 2000, with great dreams to raise acres and acres of Wild Flowers- hence the name, Wild Things Farm.

We began with strawberries, and now have customers coming great distances to pick their own from our beautiful fields. Next we added pumpkins, the great pumpkin patch, hayrides, and now the corn maze and flashlight maze. We have a large number of school tours because we are truly interested in teaching children about the farm, how vegetables are grown, and how animals are raised. We've also received tremendous enthusiasm for our Summer Day Camp on the farm, an exciting 5-day opportunity for children to play and learn.

Cathie is the chief farmer-plowing, planting, feeding animals, and cleaning bathrooms. Jim has an off-farm job, but puts in many, many hours on the farm, and does the accounting for the business.Ryan works to make your day on the farm safe and fun, at Wild Things Farm in Pocola, OK

When you call, you'll usually talk with Cathie. Ryan has completed college and returned to the farm to help with tours and general farming. Taylor is an integral part of all our farm activities, caring for the animals, planting, helping with sales and much more.


Brennan Will

Sunday, May 13, 2018
I took my kids here to pick strawberries. We went on a day they weren't charging for admission. Not sure what the normal price it. We picked strawberries and my kids loved it. The price is only $2.25/lb if you pick them yourselves. The berries aren't organic, so just make sure and wash them before you eat them. The also have blueberries and blackberries later in the summer

Amy S

Tuesday, June 5, 2018
We have so much fun every time we visit. I love their fall activities the most. They sell candied apples that are huge, during the fall. They have a small petting zoo, and it's really nice. The hay rides are top notch and it's definitely something you should do. The actual farm is quite large and will easily ware the kids out as well as the adults lol. They have several hand washing stations. They have a huge hill that the kids can slide down using potato sacks. Also the corn maze is pretty fun. The staff is very friendly and will help if able. This location is special needs friendly.

Maria Parker

Sunday, June 3, 2018
Wonderful syrawberries yo pick and reasonable prices. You can buy one of their buckets or bring your own. Good place to take the kids have fishing and wildlife. Check out their websiite.

donna hargrove

Thursday, June 21, 2018
Always very helpful. Treated like family not just somebody buying something.

Mary P

Friday, June 15, 2018
Berry's were way over price put very nice place to vist

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