Frequently Asked Questions

No. During Fall, Winter and Spring months, we do not charge an admission to visit our farm.

From Apple harvesting and pressing, to fire pits in the orchard, workshops, pop-up pizza days and holiday Markets, there are lots of reasons to visit Bilston Creek Farm in the Fall and Winter months. Please visit our online calendar for a full list of events, talks and workshops and plan your visit to Bilston. We look forward to seeing you!

Late June to early September. During this time, our lavender fields are a stunning hue of purple, and our hardworking bees are busy enjoying the nectar. We harvest the lavender throughout the summer, so you may see our staff working in the fields during your visit.

No, visitors are not allowed to pick lavender from our fields. Our staff harvest all of the lavender and use it in a variety of products made right here on site. Visitors are welcome to stop in at our farm shop if they’re interested in taking home lavender bundles or sampling our products.

Our Provence Cafe offers a limited selection of coffee, tea and specialty drinks such as lavender soda, lavender iced tea, lavender rose tea, coffee, lavender cream coffee and hot apple cider. For special event weekends, food trucks may be on site so check our calendar for full details.

We are sorry, pets are not allowed on the property.
Our Nordic Bell Glamping Tents are exclusively available for private events and weddings, in which the entire property is booked. Unfortunately, we are unable to offer individual rentals of the tents.