Homegrown Fun! | Payson, UT
The Dumas Family includes Scott, Amelia; and Kiersten, Derek, and Eric who are triplets.
We moved to a rural area outside of Payson, Utah to enjoy a connection with the land and to fulfill our desire to raise our children with solid values in the country.
We built the farm from the ground up. The entire family piled into a 27-foot trailer and lived there for seven long months while we created, dug, cried, painted, and finished the Victorian farmhouse, which now serves as a backdrop for community gatherings and great country fun.
Fun Fact: In 2008, Amelia created the Country Farm Fest logo which mimics the antique tractor Scott restored earlier that year. The bright red workhorse now provides guests rides to the Pumpkin Patch.
Heading South / From Salt Lake City
Take I-15 south to Payson Exit 250. Turn right at off-ramp light, cross the railroad tracks, then
make the next available left onto 9600 South. We are one mile down on the right.
Heading North / From St. George
Take I-15 north to Payson Exit 250. Turn left from off-ramp, go under the overpass, cross the
railroad tracks, then make the next available left onto 9600 South. We are one mile down on the right. Look for the large Victorian farmhouse and red barn.
A Country Farm
A Country Farm is a small working farm in Payson. The Victorian farmhouse, red barn, and beautiful mountain views provide a perfect backdrop for agricultural activities. Each October (1–31), we offer a fun fall destination featuring our Pumpkin Patch, Farm Field Trips, and Farm Fresh Market.
Our signature event, the Country Farm Fest (held mid-October), is a family-oriented festival focusing non-scary activities and fun for the entire family, including a number of contests (Costume, Coloring, Find the Boot and Chocolate Milk Chug), make-it/take-it crafts, hayrides, straw maze, petting zoo, free demonstrations, and so much more.
A Country Farm
4058 W 9600 S
Payson, UT 84651