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Amadio Ranch in Laveen

After visiting Harvest Park, we visited Amadio Ranch in Lavern for some treats. Amadio Ranch is a family run farm in Laveen and is open to the public.

Lucia Perez

After visiting Harvest Park, we visited Amadio Ranch in Laveen for some treats. Amadio Ranch is a family run farm in Laveen and is open to the public.

They originally started the farm to teach their children how to grow produce, but have grown to sell the produce and baked goods to the community. You can buy their pies and other baked goods from their Farm Stand and self-pay through a kiosk.

It is also a great option for eating out with your kids. The Peach Pit Bistro is on site which serves a variety of foods, including hamburgers, salads, and desserts.You can order food through a kiosk and many picnic benches to sit and eat. The picnic benches are covered, which provides great protection from the sun. There is even a picnic bench and a play house in the middle of their produce garden so we could sit and eat while my kids played!

The farm also has a kid friendly area amongst their fruit trees. There are multiple toys that kids can play with and they have tube slides, which my kids loved. The slides are connected to the bed of a truck and they had a blast climbing up and sliding down!

They also have some ride on vehicles, including a play car and play tractor. My 5 yo rode one vehicle all around the grassy area! They have chairs and a bench swing in the play area for parents to sit, but they ask that parents supervise their children to ensure that children do not damage their produce or fruit trees.

Kids can also feed the animals on the farm. There is feed in quarter machines and my kids enjoyed feeding and petting the animals.

Amadio Ranch is located at 4701 W. Dobbins Rd, Laveen, AZ 85339. The Peach Pit Bistro is open 7 days a week from 8 am-9 pm on weekdays (10 pm on Fridays and Saturdays). The Farm Stand is open everyday from 7 am- 9 pm (10 pm on Fridays and Saturdays).

  • Lucia Perez

    Lucia is a transplant from Ohio (via Austin, TX and Columbia, MO) and mom of four. When she isn’t homeschooling or preparing a second (and third) lunch of chicken nuggets, she enjoys finding cheap and free things to do in her endless attempt to expend her children’s energy. She is a self-professed book nerd and will go to great lengths to see trees changing color. She has been known to wear a cardigan in October no matter what the temperature.

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