Please know we do not encourage or discourage children at the winery. We have, however, learned from several customers who are parents of young children that they have been more relaxed and enjoyed our venue and amenities more when they were able to get away for an adult experience. We are an adult entertainment destination and are not designed for young children. So in the spirit of children's safety and the enjoyment of those around you, we have developed some rules and recommendations, which the parent(s) or guardian(s) is responsible for, if you choose to bring young well behaved children to our venue.
CHILDREN UNDER 12 RULES
Children under 12 MUST
1) Be in the IMMEDIATE accompanying
supervision of an adult over 18 at ALL times.
2) No running, especially unattended.
3) Keep their shoes on at all times.
4) Not Climb on anything, including: Tables, Bocce Ball Court, Fire Pits, Trees,
5) Not play any games (Bocce, Hula Hoops, Giant Jenga, Giant Chess, Bimini
Ring, Table games, etc..) without immediate adult supervision.
6) Not be on; swings, the dock, pontoon boat, water's edge, or in the vineyard,
without an adult, as there may be natural hazards such as snakes, red ants, and
7) Not throw things including, sand, rocks, bocce balls, etc...
8) Be with an adult when at the bar getting water, straws, napkins, etc....
9) Please clean up after your
children Thank you!
These rules are for the safety and enjoyment of all of our patrons while at our winery, especially the safety of your children. If any of these above rules are not followed you may be asked to remove the child(children) from the premises.
If you choose to bring your child to an event, we recommend that you bring something to keep your child occupied, like a coloring book, small silent video game, or other activity that can keep them occupied.
Please also remember that we are an agritourism establishment with the inherent WARNING that comes with being in the country:
Agritourism properties have inherent risks such as surface and subsurface conditions of the land, behavior of poisonous or dangerous insects or animals, and the ordinary dangers of structures and equipment. Visitors entering the property understand and accept these inherent risks.(Florida Statute 570.961 - Agritourism activity)