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Here’s some of the frequently asked questions. This page will evolve as we grow (literally and figuratively) so check back often.


What are your hours?

We are open May - December, rain or shine. Now open 7 days a week 10am-4pm! Like us on Facebook to keep in touch with current events and activities. Please note our train may not run in inclement weather.


Where are you located?

We are located in beautiful, rustic Killingworth, Connecticut, just a couple minutes north of the Clinton Crossings Premium Outlets. We're about 20 minutes north of New Haven and 40 minutes from Hartford. The farm address is 318 Roast Meat Hill Road and we are conveniently accessible to both interstate 95 and route 9. 


Where should I park?

When entering the farm from Roast Meat Hill please pull forward past the store and park next to the chicken coop on the right. If that lot is full you can park down below behind the big red barn or in the grassy field near the solar Smart Flower. Be sure to say hello to our "Broadway Chicks" as you make your way to our store and fields. 


Are you wheelchair accessible?

Yes. The farm is fully accessible. There are dedicated parking spots behind our shoppe and the shoppe itself can be accessed with a chair. Please note however that while there are paved areas, the fields are in facts fields, so while mostly flat, you may need a bit of "push power" to navigate around the grassy areas.


Are there places to stay near your farm?

Absolutely. We’re also big fans of Chatfield Hollow Bed and Breakfast. They’re only a few minutes away from us and an amazing place. Also, check out the Madison Beach Hotel and The Water’s Edge. You can’t go wrong with any of them.


Can you recommend some places to eat?

Gladly. We're regulars at the Copper Skillet, just down the road from our farm. We also enjoy the fine dining at LaForesta RestaurantChamard Vineyards is also just a hop, skip and a jump from our farm and there's plenty of other choices in Madison and Clinton, including our favorites The Fish Tale and Clam Castle.


When’s the best time to visit?

Really anytime. Lavender typically starts it bloom in June and can last into August. Some of our varieties will have a second bloom in late summer and into late fall. In the past we have had color in our fields into early October. Best to Like Our Facebook page or subscribe to our Email list for bloom season updates. 


What types of lavender have you planted?

We currently have approximately 10,000 plants in our first field. They represent both Lavandula angustifolia (often referred to as English lavender) as we as Lavandula x intermedia or lavandin. Our current plantings include Grosso, Munstead, Edelweiss, Hidcote Giant, Phenomenal and Provence.


Can I get married at Lavender Pond Farm?

Sorry. We are not hosting weddings at this time. Congrats though!


Can I take pictures at your farm?

Of course. You’ll find many beautiful areas to take informal pictures for your personal use and we’d love if you tag your favorite shots on Facebook and Instagram #lavenderpondfarm. Please remember that the farm is also our home and ask that you not photograph private areas, including our house. Formal, staged photography, whether professional or not, will be asked to pay a site fee. More info here.


Can we walk the fields?

Yes. Make sure you wear comfortable shoes and we ask that children be closely supervised. Keep in mind LPF is a working farm so please be aware of your surroundings. You're more than welcome to walk amongst the lavender, however please do not clip any plants.


Do you have bees?

We do. Honey bees play an important role at our farm and we ask that you not disturb their hives or their work. Honey bees by nature are not aggressive and if left alone will pay you little mind.


Are you pet friendly?

Yep. We’re big fans! Leashed dogs are welcome and we do ask that you pick up after your pup.


What are your store hours?

Our store is open whenever our farm is open 10am - 4pm, Mothers Day - Christmas Eve. In it you will find all kinds of lavender goodness including soaps, lotions, pet products, pillows, sachets and much more. We also have live plants to sell and fresh and dried lavender bunches and buds for you to take home.


When does the LPF Express run?

Our train is currently gearing up for the 2024 season!


Can I pick my own lavender?

Sorry. We do not offer "U-Pick" days at this time. 


Do you have bathrooms?

We have a port-a-potty on the farm for our guests. So you may want to go before you go.


Have a question? Just Contact Us and we'll get back to you ASAP.