Our farm is located at 13 Van Sickle Road in Pine Island (use Goshen for GPS)
Thunderbird Farms located at 13 Van Sickle Road and was established in 2020. It is nestled right in the Black Dirt Region of Pine Island which is a hamlet of Warwick, New York. This 54 acre farm was purchased by the Gonzalez Family with the intentions to bring the farm back to life. It also consists of an old rustic barn from early 1900s once used to produce dairy.
This farm is much more than land and crops. The property has been popular for at least 100 years with regards to locals hunting for Native American artifacts as old as 500 BC that includes finds such as pot shards and arrowheads. It also contained an actual Native American campsite, which is why we wanted to embrace that part of history and how we came up with the name Thunderbird Farms. Thunderbird is an ancient North Native American mythology and was a powerful spirit in the form of a bird. By its work, the earth was watered and vegetation grew.
Thunderbird Farms using the mythology of the Thunderbird has started its work by growing pumpkins, soybeans, Indian and Yellow Corn, squash, zucchini, melons, lavender, and sunflowers. Our Farm Stand and Farm Market will sell these products and country store items when in season. We also hold events inside our barn such as our most well known Boo Barn & Haunted Trails. Our LOVE for haunted trails started at our very own home scaring our guests who came to our Halloween parties.
There are just so many magical sites on this property that we would love for you to see! The ambiance of our farm and our rustic barn along with the beautiful nature walks throughout our trails are just breathtaking. Venturing out into the colorful mix of our sunflowers and lavender when in season brings peace and tranquility to all.
Sorry, no pets are allowed only service dogs with proof of certificate. Thank you
This is a farm and with the attractions being inside and outside you could get dirty. You may have to crawl into some areas as well so please do not wear sandals or open toe shoes. Boots or sneaker are recommended.
Thunderbird Farms is not able to control the weather. If it rains or the field conditions are poor due to excess precipitation earlier, we may have to close for the Safety of our customers & staff. Please check our website for any potential cancellations.
Please refer to the Warning & Disclaimer on the Event Page for what to expect.
Yes, we will have security at the farm and there is ZERO tolerance for troublemakers or unruly guests. These people will be ejected from the premises without a refund. We want everyone to have a safe and fun experience at our farm.
The Boo Barn and Haunted Trails are recommended for adults and teens and not recommended for 10 and younger. Kids must be accompanied by an adult at all times and cannot be dropped off without adult supervision. There are groups of 2 or 3 allowed at a time to enter each attraction so please plan accordingly.
We are sorry but there will be no refunds. You have purchased a ticket for the haunted attractions. You’ve paid to be scared. So, if you or your child is so scared that you can’t continue through the haunts, then we have done our job. There would be no reason for a refund.
NO PHOTOS are allowed to be taken inside the Boo Barn but outside the Barn is fine!
Yes, our Haunted Farm Stand will accept all major credit cards for attractions and the Boo Bar accepts credit cards for our country store, farm market and bar.