About

Us, the Animals,
& the Farm

Our Story

Meet the Hobsons

Since 2004, the Hobsons have invited visitors from all over to join their adventures on the farm. That year, Corey’s “crazy” idea to cut a maze in the corn, just a few farm animals, and a lot of extra pumpkins began what would become known as Hobson Adventure Farm.

Corey grew up on a dairy farm in rural Rockville and knew he wanted to stay nearby. Shortly after getting married, Corey and Patricia built their house on property just down the road from the old, shuttered dairy farm. Corey and Patricia have raised their three children (Lindley, JJ, and Lillian) right along with the farm and are excited to have the next generation joining in growing and managing Hobson Adventure Farm.

Continually adding more activities, animals, and events, Hobson Adventure Farm is now west-central Indiana’s premier destination for family fun. We currently have over 20 activities, 50 animals, and have events almost year-round.

From our family to yours, welcome to the farm!

Our

Animals

The true stars of the farm! Our animals help us welcome thousands of visitors every year. If you give them some snacks they may even smile for a picture!

Dash

PATAGONIAN CAVY

Spike & Quillow

AFRICAN CRESTED PORCUPINE

Spike (M) & Quillow (F) have babies called “porcupettes” every 4 months. They do not shoot their quills instead they back into you.

Big Al

BURMESE PYTHON

This big guy only eats once every two weeks.

Humphrey

DROMEDARY CAMEL

Dromedary camels have one hump while Bactrian camels have 2 They do fine in cold weather Humphrey loves attention and carrots

Kevin & Karen

EMU

Kevin (F) & Karen (M) breed and lay large turquoise eggs. The incubation period is 55-60 days. Female emus make a drumming sound.

Roxy

RED FOX

Roxy is a true diva who loves attention and raw chicken legs.

Bella & Friends

GOATS

Expert escape artist Love to climb and play We have mostly Pygmy goats but you will also see Nigerian Dwarf, Oberhasli, various crossbreeds, and more

Buckeye

LLAMA

Buckeye loves attention from anyone and he has never spit!

Berta & Skittles

BLUE AND GOLD MACAW & SCARLET MACAW

Berta – Blue & Gold
Skittles – Scarlet
Both love walnuts, grapes, and bananas as treats

Paco

MINIATURE DONKEY

Male – Been around the longest on the farm

Meeka

RACCOON

Po & Cream

KUNE KUNE PIGS

Po – male
Cream – female 
Do not root, but they love extra vegetables and especially pumpkins in the fall. They are also trained to do tricks.

Red Maple & Ruby

SCOTTISH HIGHLAND

Red Maple – female Ruby is Red Maple’s daughter

Jet & Flash

SULCATA TORTOISE​

Jet – male Lives outside in summer Can live 80-100 years and can weigh 80-100 pounds

Lucy & Buddy

GREAT PYRENEES

Lucy and Buddy are Great Pyrenees dogs. Lucy is almost 13 years old and Buddy is 6 months old. They have a job on the farm as livestock guardian dogs. Great Pyrenees are usually calm, well-mannered, affectionate, gentle, trustworthy dogs. However, if the need arises, they often will not hesitate to protect their family and their territory.

Marshmallow

KATAHDIN SHEEP

Do not produce a fleece therefore do not require shearing Named after Mount Katahdin, the highest peak in Maine

PeaBob & Lorena

INDIAN BLUE PIED PEACOCK & PEAHEN

Collectively, they are Indian Blue Peafowl. PeaBob is a male called a peacock who is approximately 5 years old. Peacocks are known for their long, colorful tail feathers. Lorena is a female called a peahen. She is about 4 years old.

Some

FAQs

Don’t see your question listed? View our complete list of FAQs or contact us with any additional questions or general inquiries. 

Everyone in your family must have a ticket; however, children ages 2 and under are free. For tickets and current pricing, visit our store.

Yes, we offer discounts for Seniors (ages 65 & over), Military Personnel, First Responders, and Groups.

For tickets and current pricing, visit our store.

Yes, you can! We accept cash and all major credit cards.

Yes, visit our Group page for more details. 

Yes, visit our Group page for more details.

Yes. Our menu varies throughout the year, but typically in the Spring and Summer we have canned/bottled drinks, prepackaged snacks, ice cream novelties, and kettle corn. Typically in the Fall season we have grilled and fried items and all of the deserts: kettle corn, homemade fudge, other homemade treats, and hand dipped ice cream.

We accept cash and all major credit cards.