Agritourism destination

We are a new agritourism business that offers self-guided tours through our mostly shaded 5-6 acres with over 400 varieties of exotic, tropical, rare, common, native edible and non-edible plants and trees. We have thousands of plants in Bible themed gardens that you can meander through casually. We have various types of swings and seating throughout as well as hammocks for those who want to view the beautiful grand oak canopies from below. You will learn about the plants, permaculture farming, aquaponic farming, landscaping, and the Bible and hopefully leave smarter than when you arrived.

We will be offering aquaponics grown produce and tilapia in a few months. Entrance fees include a tour of the brand new commercial aquaponics system as well as entrance to explore the gardens.  

Visitors love our dozens of gardens nestled among the grand oaks where privacy and lounging are encouraged. A rare opportunity is available to experience the old Florida style of towering trees over the lush gardens.

Kids, teens, young adults, parents, grandparents, singles, anyone are all welcome and can enjoy relaxing in a hammock or on one of our swings.

Feel free to bring refreshments, and we have healthy snacks and drinks and ice cream novelties available to purchase. You can hang out in the air conditioned store or on our covered breezy porch with wifi and restrooms.

Please come see us!

open select dates

Thursday, April 18, 10:00-4:00 pm
Friday May 3, 10:00-4:00 pm

Thursday May 16 10:00-4:00 pm
Friday May 17 10:00-4:00 pm

Wednesday May 22 10:00-4:00 pm

Thursday May 30 10:00-4:00 pm
Friday May 31 10:00-4:00 pm

Ticket Prices
$12/for 21 and under)
4 and under FREE
Large families with more than 4 kids under 21 years of age will be $8 per minor and be accompanied by at least one parent
20% always discount on full price for military (not to be used with other promotions)
20% discount on full price for Florida residents first Friday of the month (not to be used with other promotions)
Group sales-groups of 20 or more get 20% off full price (not to be used with other promotions)

  • Creator’s Farm and Garden uniquely combines non-edible and edible plants in a botanical-like garden.
  • Visitors will see hundreds of varieties of edible, non-edible, native, common and exotic plants and trees on about two miles of interconnecting natural paths.
  • Laid out in twelve biblically themed areas, the gardens have seating, swings, fun activities, some shade and loads of information.
  • At the entrance, visitors will sign waivers, purchase tickets, drinks and snacks if you like, and find the restrooms. (You can bring your own drinks/snacks also)


Please wear closed covered shoes (and probably sunscreen!) and expect natural critters to be found on a farm in Florida. Many varieties of bugs, spiders, flying insects, and especially painful red ants can be found anywhere, so keep your eyes open and avoid these potentially dangerous creatures!
Handicap issues may present some difficulty for visitors in wheelchairs on the natural garden paths. The paths are covered with weed fabric, but are a little bumpy. If there is someone to assist, it should be manageable.

Inspired by the creator

The Creator is honored in our gardens as we hope to inspire an understanding of who the Creator is and how his creation relates to him. Come enjoy the rich diversity found in the gardens.

aquaponic system

Aquaponics is a system of farming in which fish are kept in tanks and plants are grown in waterways or other media beds. Water from the fish tank is circulated through biofilters and plants and then back into the fish tank. This process takes place approximately every 90 minutes. Biofilters convert the biowaste material from the fish tanks into a food source for the plants, and then the plants finish the process and provide clean water back to the fish.

Traditional aquaponic systems grow the plants in greenhouses. Our system has four 1000 gallon fish tanks and a large greenhouse. 

Some advantages of aquaponics farming:

  • Water is rarely required to be added to the system
  • Taste of food is exceptional
  • Little electricity is required to keep pumps functioning
  • Easily replicated from very small to very large systems
  • Better than organic because of lack of herbicides and pesticides