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Fort Cross is a family farm, with hands-on outdoor education for all ages! Originally centered around living history, we now also offer programs and private events that involve music, art, survival skills, team building, and agriculture workshops.
Not just for kids! Events for all ages welcome!

We are located in the Julian area, nestled in the beautiful mountains of
San Diego County.

Interested in a Field Trip?

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Questions? Please leave us a message on our Contact Page.


Upcoming Events:

Farm Tour Adventures
Most Saturdays and Sundays 
...and sometimes a random weekday.

2-hour guided activity tour includes archery, tomahawk throwing, slingshot gallery, farm animal visit, and interactive reptile encounters!

Open Sign-Up Field Trip Events

Various Upcoming Dates

U-Pick Berries & Flowers at Fort Cross!
Various Summer Dates


Autumn Jubilee

Saturdays & Sundays 
September 23 - October 29


Haunted Harvest

Saturday Nights in October

Meet Jesse and Doreen Cross in this Educational Field Trip promo video!

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