Steckle Heritage Farm is a charitable organization committed to providing educational and recreational opportunities that connect children, youth, families, and the community to the importance of agriculture.
Welcome to the Farm in the City!
Settled in 1833 by John and Esther (Bleams) Steckle, Steckle Heritage Farm has been designated a heritage property by the City of Kitchener and has been operating as a non-profit organization since 1988. We are an urban farm, education centre, and unique space for weddings and events.
Interested in animal care, gardening, building, equipment repair, or getting your hands dirty on the farm? Join us as a volunteer today! [MORE INFO]
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Keep informed on important dates for programs and events, as well as all the fun, exciting projects and developments here at the farm! [MORE INFO]
Since 1992, our summer camp provides hands-on learning opportunities for children between the ages of 5-12 in one fun-packed week! [MORE INFO]
Visit The Farm
Come visit us on the farm every second Tuesday in spring, summer and fall! See the farm, interact with our animals, hop on our wagon rides, and more! [MORE INFO]
History of the Farm
Since 1833, the Steckle family
has created a dynamic history
here at the farm, and we would
love for you to be a part of their
story! [MORE INFO]
Our Little Farmers program gets 2-5 year olds outdoors and connected with nature and agriculture in a fun, approachable way! [MORE INFO]