Schnepf Farms

category : Learning Centers
Schnepf Farms is Arizona's Best Family Experience. Enjoy picking-your-own fruits and vegetables, visiting a petting zoo, take a train ride or old fashioned carousel ride. There is a country store with a full service bakery, two gift shops a candy store and homemade ice cream shop. This farm is a must see during your next Arizona Visit!

As seen in Larry King's People News and Views in USA Today:

"Mark and Carrie Schnepf of Schnepf Farms in Queen Creek, Ariz., a small community outside Phoenix, have redefined the term farm. They've turned to entertainment and education, and nearly 250,000 people have visited not only to pick fresh fruit and vegetables, but also to attend country music festivals and have educational tours of the surrounding area. This is a farm for fun... "

Address: 22601 East Cloud Road
Phone: 480-987-3333
Our Email:

Come visit us in Queen Creek, Arizona

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Chandler Heights Trading Post and Post Office

During the 1930s, Chandler Heights was a bustling little community. Stretching seven miles along the Hunt Highway at the base of the San Tan Mountains, it offered perfect soil for citrus trees, a mostly mild climate, methods of crop irrigation and beautiful views.

Queen Creek, AZ Historic Post Offices

Community Church

The first Church in Rittenhouse was constructed in 1921 on the east side of Ellsworth Road, just north of the railroad tracks, in the community we all now know as Queen Creek. Although the Historical Society's records don'

Queen Creek, AZ Historic Churches

Desert Wells Stage Stop

The Desert Wells Stage Stop is reported to have been a small spur stop for the Arizona Stage Company, founded in 1868

Queen Creek, AZ Pioneer Life

Our Lady of Guadalupe

The first Catholic Church building in Queen Creek was constructed in 1960 when the congregation acquired a barracks building from the base, and moved it to this site. It'

Queen Creek, AZ Historic Churches

San Tan Historical Society Museum

The Old Rittenhouse Elementary School, was built in 1925. Used as a school through 1982, this building is now on the National Registry for Historic Places. Ever wondered how Power, Sossaman, Hawes and Ellsworth roads got their names? Who was Rittenhouse? Where was the first school?

Queen Creek, AZ Museums

Things to do Learning Centers near Queen Creek, AZ

Schnepf Farms

Schnepf Farms is Arizona's Best Family Experience. Enjoy picking-your-own fruits and vegetables, visiting a petting zoo, take...