‘Little People, Big World’ Fans Appalled By Roloff Farms Pricing

Amy Roloff Instagram (Little People Big World, Roloff Farms)

Have you ever thought about visiting the famous Little People, Big World property, Roloff Farms? If so, you might have questions about the pricing, attractions, and more. Recently, fans learned how much a visit costs and what all is entailed. This information left many fans appalled at the cost and wondering if it’s truly worth the money.

So, how much does a visit to Roloff Farms actually cost? And what do you get with the cost of admission?

Isabel Roloff, Roloff family

Per the Roloff Farms website, the property and its attractions are open on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays throughout October. There are lots of fun things for families to enjoy on the property, including:

  • The Scenic Trail
  • Wagon Tour Ride
  • Air Cannons
  • Face Painting
  • Choo Choo Train
  • Country Store

There are food stands, souvenirs, and more at the farm, too. You can also purchase pumpkins and gourds at Roloff Farms. Pumpkins cost $.69 per pound.

Some of the activities cost extra, while others, like the Scenic Trail and Wagon Tour Ride, are included with the price of general admission. Parking is free with general admission as well.

Roloff Farms Website

You can purchase tickets online in advance using a credit card. This year, you must make reservations ahead of time to get in. No tickets are available at the farm.

One bonus is that you could run into the Roloffs while visiting the farm, making this is a great opportunity for fans of the show. The website recommends you “be on the lookout!”

Little People, Big World fans think the experience is overpriced.

After learning about the cost of a visit to Roloff Farms, fans are taking to social media to express their disappointment. Several visitors posted their feedback on Yelp, where the farm has an average of four out of five stars and has over 100 reviews.

One guest writes, “The price has sky rocketed to 24$ for anyone 2 and over..  that’s not over 2 that IS 2 YEARS OLD.  24$  and you still pay for a pumpkin and food.  Ive taken my grandkids here the past 3 years and they had a great time petting goats and running around, panning for gold etc. But who can afford an afternoon out with your kids under 10?  $150 for an afternoon is ridiculous.  So sad to give this review for a hometown tradition.”

Another Yelp user reviewed the farm, writing, “What a huge disappointment. It cost us 101.95 for 3 adults and a 6 year old  to get in. Not really clear what we paid for.” Some visitors point out that the Roloffs obviously have enough money from the show and their business ventures. So, they don’t think costs should be quite this high.

So, do you think that Roloff Farms costs too much? Would you like to visit someday, or have you already been? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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Aubrey Chorpenning


  1. Then why don’t you offer the event for less? It takes money to create the experience, materials to build the displays, feed the animals etc. and pay staff to work the event etc. Really $24 just don’t go if you do not want to spend the money.

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