Welcome to Willoughby Farm

  Willoughby Heritage Farm and Conservation Reserve is a public park where we've recreated an atmosphere inspired by 1950's farming-life, complete with tractors, barns, a 1930 Sears Catalog Farm House, and even live animals like pigs, chickens, and goats!  We have over 30-acres of wild-life preserve complete with hiking trails, bridges, and vistas overlooking the prarie and other areas. We're open daily to the public, and since we're a public park admission is always free!  So come on and explore a little of what life was like in the 1950's here in Collinsville.
Animals a Willoughby
Volunteer Days are every Wednesday. Free lunch fo all workers!

Fall Farm Day is set for October 1st.  Bring out the whole family from 10 am to 3 pm.

The new Calendar Page is live.  See all the events and rental schedules for the farm.

Halloween on the Farm is on October 22nd.  Sign up now, spots are limited!

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What is Willoughby Farm?

  Willoughby Heritage Farm and Conservation Reserve is a public park where we've recreated an atmosphere inspired by 1950's farming-life, complete with tractors, barns, a 1930 Sears Catalog Farm House, and even live animals like pigs, chickens, and goats!  We have over 30-acres of wild-life preserve complete with hiking trails, bridges, and vistas overlooking the prarie and other areas. We're open daily to the public, and since we're a public park admission is always free!  So come on and explore a little of what life was like in the 1950's here in Collinsville.
Willoughby Heritage Farm and Conservation Reserve is a public park owned and operated by the Collinsville Area Recreation District for the purpose of preserving history and nature in the Metro-East.

At Willoughby there are nature trails, animals, 1940's style structures to explore, and a multitude of items to discover and learn about.  We're open every day, so come on out to Collinsville and go back in time to see what farm-life was like in 1940.
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Willoughby Farm is a proud facility of the Collinsville Area Recreation District.