Ward's Farm NJ

FAQ

Have a question? Review our frequently asked questions below! 

For easy, contactless payment, we accept: Venmo, cash app and zelle. We also accept cash.

Friends and family are encouraged to use a personal camera or cell phone to take as many casual/candid photos as they would like during ‘Pick Your Own’ events

All photography/video shoots with clients (or friends/family, whether professional or amateur) that utilizes professional equipment requires schedule approval by Ward’s Farm. Shoots that are works for hire, include staged photos or videos, involve client photography, or involve the exchange of money for a service rendered must also be approved. These types of photoshoots MUST be scheduled outside of ‘Pick Your Own’ hours and are based upon farm availability.

Professional equipment includes but not limited to:

  • Detachable flash
  • Diffusers
  • Large photography bags
  • Lights
  • Monopod
  • Multiple lenses
  • Props
  • Reflectors
  • Tripod
  • Umbrellas
  • And/or similar items

Photographers looking to reserve the sunflower fields, cut flower fields, or full farm (including acre pond)? Contact us here!

The fee helps to cover the crop & pay the farmer for his planting

This is done to allow our guests visiting the farm to freely pick flowers/pumpkins without having to worry about getting in the way of a photoshoot. This also allows our photographers to not have to worry about guests ruining a shot. We want all our guests to enjoy the experience of the farm.

Yes, visitors looking to take casual/candid pictures of their friends/family during ‘Pick Your Own’ event hours are permitted as long as the only item used is the camera. The addition of lenses, photography bag, any other professional equipment (see above), or staged photos/videos will give the impression you are here for a photoshoot rather than just a ‘Pick Your Own’ visit. Guests with professional equipment or staged photos/videos during regular ‘Pick Your Own’ hours will be asked to end their photoshoot and schedule outside of ‘Pick Your Own’ hours.

Please contact Ward’s farm. We can recommend a photographer that has photographed at Ward’s Farm previously.
Our ‘Pick Your Own’ fields are not easily handicap accessible due to the rugged terrain and tight flower rows. Strollers are permitted but may be difficult to push on the uneven ground. We recommend that our guests use carriers. Wagons with large wheels seems to easily maneuver on the fields.

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