We are the Bonneau family, 3rd generation farmers near Bonnyville, AB. We raise Angus beef to feed the local community from our farm to your table.
We like our visitors to have fun and learn about where their food comes from.
* Hosts, participants, and volunteers available for all your questions about agriculture, where your food comes from, or how it is raised, grown or made, & a chance for you to get to know your farmers!
* Trailer ride tours to see the cattle up close
* Farm equipment (new & old) for your viewing
* Bees and agricultural information booths
* View cows and their babies, bulls, and variety of small animals
* View forages, grain, and corn crops that our beef animals eat
* Check out Pumpkin Paradise Patch
* Pop-up Farmer’s Market where you may purchase locally grown beef, pork, eggs, honey, veggies, and flower bouquets.
* Artisan market where you may purchase/view paintings, hand made wood projects, candles, towels, etc…
* For kids of all ages there will be a Bale Maze (4x bigger than 2020), Cow patty bingo, Scavenger Hunt, Fishing Booth
* Refreshments available for purchase include our farm to table hamburgers prepared by Twisted Fork, Marvelous Mini donuts, Izzy’s Lemonade, and other refreshments
* Taste testing and purchase of local artisans’ beer and distilled products by Cold Lake Brewery & Distilling Co.
* Live entertainment by Local Artists
* Bring your lunch as there will be tables on site
* Many prizes provided by hosts and participants drawn throughout the day
Address: 45026 TWP RD 613, Municipal District of Bonnyville No. 87
Directions: Find Charlotte Lake Farms by going east on Secondary Hwy 659 for 3 miles to Range Road 452, turn left (north) for one mile to TWP Road 613, turn right (east) for 1 1/4 miles. We are also listed under Google Maps "Charlotte Lake Farms". Parking will be on the right (south) of entrance.
Join us in August when more than 100 farms, ranches, and ag-tourism operators open their gates and invite visitors to share in local stories, see on-farm demonstrations and purchase locally grown and produced products.