Welcome to Creamy Acres Farm
We are delighted you are visiting our site and we look forward to you visiting our farm real soon!
Down on the Farm at Creamy Acres
Do you long for days of ole’ ? the peaceful, relaxing simple life we all remember from years gone by.
Creamy Acres is a hop, skip and jump from the regions busiest areas. Nestled between hilly fields and dairy cow pastures, you’ll find us down a little country road on the outskirts of Mullica Hill NJ.
A visit to Creamy Acres will lighten your step and calm your mind body and soul. Strolling through our Garden Center with its colossal variety of bedding plants, herbs, vegetable plants and perennials you can get lost in your thoughts as the beauty of the flowers and the scent of herbs lift your spirits and put a spring in your step. Our greenhouses are all enclosed so even rainy days are delightful. If you stay too long and hadn’t got anything for dinner, stop by our Jersey Fresh produce stand and specialty salsa, dressings, jams and jellies section in the store. There’s sure to be something to please everyone’s palate. Since you’re in the store, feel free to browse and check out all our unique gift ideas and garden décor.
We look forward to assisting you with a friendly smile with helpful hints for growing your flowers, designing your flower beds along with recipe ideas for your herbs and Jersey Fresh Produce.
BRING THE KIDS! While visiting the farm take a walk to our play ground area and right around the corner you can visit our barn yard friends, baby chicks, bunnies, baby calves, baby goats and much more.
DON’T forget: We also do educational dairy and greenhouse tours. Call for details, enjoyable for small and large groups.
Birthday parties available in the Spring and Fall. Please see our Parties Page or give us a call for more information.
We can’t wait to meet you!
We would love for you to come and visit our farm, bring the kids, Ah heck! Bring the whole family. Experience downright good old fashion fun on the farm. Maybe you’ll see farmer Larry and his helpers bailing hay, or feeding the cows. Stop and see Elmer the miniature donkey he loves to have his neck scratched and don’t be surprised if you see Henrietta the chicken and her baby chicks scurry by on their way to peck in a tasty flower bed.