FAQ

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What is the Walk Through the Lavender Fields?

 

A Walk Through the Lavender Fields is a way for us to safely allow guests onto our farm during the lavender season. Advance reservations are required with tickets available online. The farm will be open in this manner on Wednesdays through Sundays from June 6th, 2020 through July 26th, 2020 with time slots available from 10:00am to 5:00pm. Groups will be limited to a maximum of 8 people and we ask that each group moves together to keep safe distances from other visitors.

 

 

What is the admission to attend?

 

June 6-June 15, 2020

$5 Adults

$4 Seniors (65 years old+) & Healthcare workers

$3 Children (5 years old+)

Free Under 5 years old

 

June 16-July 26, 2020

$8 Adults

$7 Seniors (65+) & Healthcare workers

$4 Children (5 years old+)

Free Under 5 years old

 

PLEASE PRINT OUT YOUR E-MAIL CONFIRMATION OR SIMPLY SHOW IT ON YOUR PHONE. A PHYSICAL TICKET WILL NOT BE MAILED TO YOU. TICKETS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE.

 

 

What are the rules to observe while attending the event?

 

Protective face masks are required for your protection and that of others. Guests without face coverings may be turned away with no refund provided.

 

Household groups are limited to 8 people or fewer. Vehicles with more than 8 people will be turned away with no refund provided.

 

Bring your own water as drinking water will not be available onsite.

 

Stay 6 feet from employees and visitors not in your household.

 

Guests are required to stay on the fixed course; all other paths are closed.

 

All buildings and facilities are closed.

 

We will not be issuing any refunds 48 hours before your scheduled visit.

 

If you are late for your scheduled visit, there are no refunds if you arrive 30 minutes past your scheduled time. If you don't have a computer please call the main number at (951) 845-1151 and leave us a message.

 

Parking is free with admission. Street parking in surrounding neighborhoods is not allowed.

 

Student and Senior ticket holders will be asked to verify age with ID at admissions. Guests under 18 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

 

No animals are allowed onsite except for service animals as defined by https://www.ada.gov/regs2010/service_animal_qa.html.

 

Golf carts will not be allowed on any walking paths. Please keep in mind that we are a working farm, which means that the terrain will vary from gravel to dirt paths so the use of certain walking aids may be difficult.

 

No picnicking.

 

No outside alcohol or beverages.

 

No smoking or vaping anywhere on the property.

 

No natural features may be removed from our property, including rocks, pine cones, wood, flowers, etc.

 

Please do not pick any fruits from our trees or plants from our gardens, including lavender.

 

 

What is your pet policy?

 

We value all our guests with disabilities and we welcome service animals on our farm. Due to our property being certified organic and our philosophy to adhere and honor those rules, no pets other than ADA trained and harnessed service animals are allowed on the grounds. Service animals are as defined by https://www.ada.gov/regs2010/service_animal_qa.html.

 

 

Is parking free? Where do we park?

 

Parking is free with paid admission tickets for A Walk Through the Lavender Fields. Vehicles with more than 8 guests may be turned away with no refund provided. There will be parking available within walking distance to our lavender field. Street parking is not permitted.

 

 

 

Are the grounds wheelchair accessible?

 

The event is held outdoors on a grassy area with gravel paths and the fields are part of our working farm. As such there are some areas that will be inaccessible to guests in wheelchairs.

 

 

What type of payments do you accept?

 

We will be a cashless establishment during this time. We accept all forms of debit and credit cards.

 

 

What are the hours for your restaurant?

 

The Lavender Menu will be available for pre-ordered (and made-to-order) food items from 10:30am to 5:00pm on Wednesdays through Sundays. The Lavender Menu will also be available for guests who wish to order food to take home and not walk through the fields.

 

 

In case of rain what will be open or closed?

 

A Walk Through the Lavender Fields takes place rain or shine.

 

 

When does your lavender bloom?

 

The lavender varieties grown at 123 Farm are Provence (50%), Vera (40%) and Munstead (10%). The Provence and Vera typically begin to bloom in mid-June. The Munstead usually begins to bloom near the end of May. Certain lavender varieties in our sample lavender garden begin to bloom in May.

 

 

 

 

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