We reserve the right to close IF: We run out of flowers. We run out of parking. Field conditions are too muddy. Weather conditions become dangerous.
We are not easily handicapped accessible, but wheelchairs are possible if you have a strong pusher/helper. Call. Hard ground & short mowed grass walking zones. Strollers & wagons are welcome. Portalet facilities are cleaned 3-4 times daily. Handwashing station with soap, water & paper towels. We have water for your buckets.
We do not have picnic tables here, but you are welcome to bring your lunch. Don't litter. We do not have farm animals. We do not have any special children's activities. Keep your children close to you.
Please, No glitter balloons and No balloon releases. They endanger the health of our wildlife. You may see some of the wild turkeys who roam through our farm, or maybe butterflies, various birds (including hummingbirds), or other woodland creatures who cross our farm daily. No events. No pets. No music. No drones.
Rough Ground! Flat, sturdy, old shoes are recommended. Watch out for annoying holes dug by nighttime critters. We DO NOT spray for insects or critters. They are all part of our complex ecosystem. We love pollinators.
Gently shake any unwanted flying guests out of your flowers. They will move on.
Coastal Ridge Farm is located in south Mississippi. We are in the northern part of Hancock county, quite close to Picayune, MS.
Just a few minutes from Exit 4, Exit 6, or Exit 10 on I-59.
About 45 minutes north of Bay St Louis. About 55 minutes from Gulfport. About 45 minutes from Slidell. 1 hour 15 minutes from New Orleans, or Hattiesburg. 2 hours from Baton Rouge. 2 hours from Mobile, AL & the Eastern Shore. Make a day of it! WELCOME!
WARNING: Under Mississippi law, there is no liability for an injury to or death of a participant in an agritourism activity conducted at this agritourism location if the injury or death results from the inherent risks of the agritourism activity. Inherent risk of agritourism activities include, among others, risks of injury inherent to land, equipment and animals, as well as the potential for you or another participant to act in a negligent manner that may contribute to your injury or death. You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity.