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Dear Friends - after a lot of prayer and consideration, I have decided to re-open the farm again. Maybe not as big and a bit scaled back at first - but we will be re-opening March 23rd for the 2024 Easter Egg-stravaganza from 12-5pm.  Advanced tickets are required. A few tickets will be sold at the gate, but for guaranteed entry please purchase tickets.  Take a look at some of the other events we have planned.  This year we will get our feet wet again and maybe next year we will continue to grow.  You can purchase our jams etc at Antique2Chic in Jacksonville and look for our new shop downtown Swansboro opening in April.
See you at the farm, my friends.
Love , Barb and Staff 


Barb and Staff


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​Although Humphrey Farm has only been open since 2017, the farm itself has been in our family since the 1940's when our grandparents moved off of what is now Camp Lejeune and purchased a 70-acre tract of land right off the Intracoastal Waterway.  The Humphrey Great-Grandchildren are the 5th Generation to work and play on the farm.  Originally a tobacco and agriculture farm, and in later years a sod farm, our father Clifton was the first to introduce the idea of holding events at the farm. His vision of having such events as car shows and BBQ cook-offs came to fruition at our first ever event - the Ham Jam at the Farm in April 2017. Sadly he passed away before seeing our first event at the farm. 

What started out with a single small, red metal building has since grown into a Farm Village with several market shops, wine shop, snack shack, farm store, bakery shop and so much more.  We also have 6 private small businesses that operate on the farm, and welcome many other local small businesses in the form of food trucks and vendors. 

In Spring of 2021, we hosted our largest event to date -  an Eleven Day Fair.  We look forward to many more events both large and small in our future.  We are currently working on adding camping spaces through and are making plans for 2023 to host Micro Weddings.

Our farm has seen huge sadness and grief in 2021 when we lost our brother in law, Lee. A mere nine months later, we lost his wife and my beloved sister, Karen, to breast cancer in January 2022. We honor them everyday at the farm by keeping the spirit of my daddy's envision to make Humphrey Farm family-friendly destination in Eastern North Carolina.    Now, more than ever, your support of the farm is essential as Barb now fights breast cancer, too. 

From our famous Funnel Cakes to our well-loved Barrel Train Rides to our housemade Sangria and Wine Slushies - we offer a variety of activities for all ages.  We hope to see you at the farm in the near future.


The Whole Farm Staff

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