Hurricane Hill Farm is a Pennsylvania Century Farm, currently in its 4th generation, nestled in beautiful West Brandywine Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.
We were established in 1897, back when Grover Cleveland was President of the United States.
The farm is a crop farm producing mainly corn and hay. We also grow a wide range of produce and vegetables including sweet corn, tomatoes, and watermelons. These are offered at our farm stand during the summer months.
Hurricane Hill is the busiest in the Fall with the area's premier corn maze, hay rides, corn slide, farm animals, pumpking picking, and more. This is the best time to visit the farm, whether you are looking for a family fun day, or looking for that perfect pumpkin or mum.
Hurricane Hill Farm thanks everyone for their continued support. We are grateful for your support of our family farm.
Hurricane Hill Farm was established in 1897, back when Grover Cleveland was President.
Hurricane Hill Farm was named a Century Farm by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture in 1997. The Department of Agriculture recognizes Pennsylvania families who have been farming the same land for 100 years through the Century Farm Program.
Criteria for the Century Farm Programs includes:
The Century Farm Program was created to recognize those farms and farm families tht have done so much to contribute to Pennsylvania's heritage. The farms and families have greatly varied histories, yet all have the common denominator of a deep love of the land that is our heritage.
For more information on the Century Farm Program, call the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, 717-783-3167.
We are proud to be a Pennsylvania Century Farm!