Let's Work Together To Be Safe
Here at Amber Brooke Farms, we can’t wait to welcome you back for our 2022 – 2023 season and are committed to the safety of our employees and guests as we celebrate another inspiring season on the farm. We invite you to join us in working together to PLAY SAFE this season on our multiple acres of outdoor activities and open air.
Stay safe in the fresh, open air of our outdoor environment.
We have gone cashless for the season.
Please visit only when healthy. If you have a fever or other symptoms of COVID-19, or have been exposed to someone who tested positive, please stay home.
General Farm Policies
While we love dogs as much as you do, we cannot allow pets or support animals of any kind onto the farm for the health and safety of our guests and in accordance with federal and state regulations. Service animals are always welcome. Florida food safety regulations prohibit any animals from entering a field that will be harvested for the consumption of fresh produce. For more information regarding service animals vs. emotional support animals and what is covered under the ADA, please review their Service Animal FAQ. Thank you for your patience and understanding. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
We do not allow outside food or drink. This includes coolers filled with any type of beverage, any alcohol, and catered meals. We do allow cake for birthdays if arranged with the farm in advance. You are welcome to bring bottled water.
We do not allow coolers of any kind (hard nor soft-sided) to be brought into Amber Brooke Farms.
Outside alcoholic beverages are NOT permitted. We have beer and wine for purchase around the grounds. We ID anyone under 40, who wishes to purchase alcohol. Amber Brooke Farms is a fully licensed beer and wine retailer through the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation which dictates that all alcohol must be purchased on-premise.
For safety and health purposes, smoking and vaping (this includes e-cigarettes) are NOT permitted anywhere on the farm, including in our parking lot.
We welcome photographers, both professional and amateur, to visit Amber Brooke Farms for photoshoots during our festival days. At other times of the year, special written permission must be received from us for you to have access. A few special rules need to be followed. General Admission is required for photographers and clients that are 3+ years old. We require that photographers do NOT ask our employees to pose or stop their work. Please, ask permission from staff members before taking photos of them. Get signed permission from guests before taking their photos. Charging fees and soliciting will not be tolerated. All social media and online references to our farm (Amber Brooke Farms) will be subjected to the farm owner’s approval. No “pet pictures – see our Animals policy above.”
Professional photographers, please review our Professional Photographer Policy here.
Please leave your drones at home. Drone flying is not allowed at Amber Brooke Farms.
Professional Photographer Policy
Thank you for considering using Amber Brooke Farms as the backdrop for your professional photographs. We welcome and encourage our community to use our beautiful farmland and crops for their selfies, private social media, and casual photography during normal business hours. Amber Brooke Farms permits professional photography with a Professional Photographer Pass during normal business hours.
What is Considered Professional Photography?
Amber Brooke Farms defines professional photography as any photographer, videographer, or individual who desires to use Amber Brooke Farms grounds, crops, photo ops, equipment, and/or property for business, financial, and/or organizational gains.
All Photography Scheduling
All portrait photography must be approved and scheduled in advance.
Please email the following information:
- Name, Email, and Phone Number of Subject(s)
- Time and Date Request of Session
- Purpose of Session (client shoot, mini sessions, commercial project, engagement, senior portraits, family, other?)
- Business Name/Address, Personal Name, Email, and Phone Number of Photographer
- Website URL, or Social Media site of Photographer
Once we receive your request, you will be contacted for payment of your permit. Please note that we prefer that the photographer reserves the session. Photographers who do not pre-schedule may be approached during their photo sessions regarding scheduling and payment.
Reservations and Permit: Please note that payment must be made in advance to reserve your session. Reservations are approved and accepted seasonally and depend on previously scheduled farm events, or private events. Photographers that arrive at our farm without a reservation will be asked to fill out our reservation form and will not be granted access to photograph our farm dependent on filling out the necessary paperwork.
Pricing & How to Reserve Your Date
Please email us to request a photo session date with the required information listed above. Confirmation for your session date will be emailed with an online invoice. All payments will be due upon receipt.
Reserved 2-Hour “Farm” Session Permit**
$100: Fall (Late September to early November)
$150: Winter, Spring, & Summer (December through Mid-September)
$75 per additional 60 minutes
Reserved 2-Hour “Golden Hour” Session Permit**
$175: Fall (Late September to early November)
$250: Winter, Spring, & Summer (December through Mid-September)
*During the Fall Season, clients will be required to pay regular admission.
**One Session Permits (both reserved and non-reserved) are good for ONE photography session, with a maximum 2-hour time limit. If shorter than 2 hours, pro-rating does not apply.
General Photography Policies
These policies apply to ALL individuals taking still or moving images on Amber Brooke Farms. Amber Brooke Farms maintains the right to adjust these policies in specific instances.
Follow all instructions given by Amber Brooke Farms. Photographers must move if asked by any staff and may be asked to restrict activities to certain places or times.
Access: Clients/models must arrive camera-ready as there are no dressing room facilities. Clients/models are not allowed to change in public spaces.
Liability: Amber Brooke Farms assumes no responsibility for personal injury or loss, theft, or damage to equipment or other property.
All photographers, videographers, their parties, and individuals must follow all rules of Amber Brooke Farms, including but not limited to the following:
- Guests are welcome to take photos with their personal devices (phones, cameras, etc.) at our events at no additional charge, under the condition that it is not considered a professional photoshoot.
- Do not climb trees.
- Do not hang any objects, including props, lighting, clothing, or bags from trees, other plants, architectural features, or other parts of the property.
- Do not place anything in plant beds or soil. Nothing may be staked into the ground, including photography equipment, props, or signs.
- No smoking.
- No food or drink is allowed.
- Animals (except service animals) may not be brought onto the farm.
- No entry is allowed in areas designated as restricted.
- No glitter, confetti, rose petals (real or fake), or other items to be “tossed in the air” may be brought to our Farm.
- Moving or removing plants (inside or out) or structures that are part of the Farm—such as benches, containers, displays, plant signs, fences, etc.—is strictly prohibited.
- All photo subjects must be fully and appropriately clothed. Swimsuit photo shoots are not permitted.
- Photographers will be held accountable for their actions and those of clients, crew members, and subjects if they damage Amber Brooke Farms facilities and property.
- Amber Brooke Farms cannot guarantee that other guests will not be present in the background of your photographs during business hours.
- Due to the nature of farming, the weather, the public, and other elements out of our control, we cannot guarantee that the weather and/or crops will be ideal.
- Amber Brooke Farms cannot provide a professional photographer, all clients or photographers are responsible for coordinating their own photoshoots.
- Tripods, lights, cameras, and small professional equipment are permitted, however large and intrusive props such as benches and chairs are not.
- Please be respectful of all guests on the farm. Photographers may not require other guests to vacate an area, cut lines, etc. to capture a clients’ photographs. If a complaint is filed against a photographer for disrespectful behavior toward another patron, said photographer will be asked to leave the premises.
- Please do not trespass on our property during non-business hours to take photos.
- Amber Brooke Farms is private property and a working farm, therefore we ask that you be respectful of our land and not damage any crops, equipment, or structures while trying to capture your photos.