19th Annual Buffalo Watch Farm and Open House

Th​e ​19th Annual Buffalo Watch Fundraiser Open House benefits the local Whitehouse Rescue Squad of Readington Township, NJ. Just a few of the all-day attractions, ​rain or shine, ​all included with your onsite $5 parking donation: farm tours, 2 live bands, displays and reenactments, Jackson Hole Gang, blacksmith demonstration, live wild west cowboy shows.

Also for children and adults: pony rides, antiquers and crafters, face painters, hay wagon tour rides. Throughout the farm, experience native American Indian and civil war encampments, fresh local food, plant and flower sales. blacksmith demonstration, wolf preserve, and The Pink Firetruck.

Available are reasonably priced refreshments: Water, Italian Ices, Soda, BBQ, Pizza, Burgers, hot dogs, popcorn, pastries. The farm owners are again grilling buffalo burgers.

This year, we introduce a unique feature for those 21 and over: The “Red River Saloon”. With the help of local design talent, an entire barn brings you back to a vintage Wild West saloon. Step up to our 15 foot custom designed bar to enjoy beer from a local brewery and wine from a nearby vineyard. Or sit around the many tables. [State of New Jersey, Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control Permit #45550].

We expect ​over 5,000 attendees at this one day family event. Last year, over 4,000 attendees​ experienced a working farm with exciting activities​ . All proceeds go to the ​local ​Whitehouse First Aid and Rescue Squad. Proudly serving all of Readington Township.

Welcome antiquers, enthusiasts, collectors, weekenders, modelers, memorabilia and artifact hunters. Don’t miss out on this family fun event to showcase/sell your products. Registration information from our website to reserve outdoor and in-barn spaces. Guests are advised to wear sturdy shoes and to bring binoculars.

The Buffalo Watch will be held rain or shine. Since this is a working farm with many animals, please do not bring your pets, Service Animals only are permitted. Thank you for your understanding.


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