Welcome to Heritage Farms!

A family operated, historic family farm in Peninsula, Ohio – grounded in our family traditions. We love to share our farm with visitors and believe there are fun experiences here for everyone throughout the year.

As Winter approaches, we continue the tradition of helping you discover your ideal Christmas Tree. A variety of Cut-Your-Own as well as Pre-Cut Ohio Christmas Trees are available for purchase. Our favorite time of year – you and family can experience the warmth and the joys of the season around the farm.

Spring and Summer months provide a variety of outdoor fun with our Fairy Day celebrations, Camping under the stars in our tree fields and the ever popular Peninsula Flea market.

October is our annual fall celebration, Pumpkin Pandemonium, with surprising activities to enjoy for kids of all ages plus pumpkins, gourds, corn stalks and more fall décor available for purchase.

Whether continuing our long-standing family traditions or creating new ones – you are always welcome to discover and join in the fun experiences found on our family farm

Heritage Farms Wedding Venue is a Beautiful Wedding Location

With a perfect balance of elegance and rustic charm, Heritage Farms will provide an unforgettable romantic setting for your wedding and reception. Our 25-acre Christmas tree farm provides a simple, laid-back wedding venue where you have the freedom to create your own unique wedding celebration. Our beautiful historic farm setting will give you the perfect backdrop for your Wedding.

 If you are looking for the perfect place to get married and rustic romance fills your wedding dreams, then come tour Heritage Farms. We are happy to have you schedule visit to see our wedding venue owned and operated by Carol and George Haramis. Just give us a call or send us a message on the contact page.

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The Akron Beacon Journal photographed a young family visiting Heritage Farms.  

© Photo by Mike Cardew 2018 – Akron Beacon Journal – Ohio.com

AkronBeacon 11-29-18