9535 US Highway 51 N, Cobden, IL 62920 Google Map 618-308-0217
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Directions to Farm

All Seasons Farm is located 8 miles south of Carbondale and 9 miles north of Anna, Illinois. The entrance to the farm is located on the Union County/Jackson County Line. From Carbondale: Beginning south of Southern Illinois University at the intersection of New Hwy 51 and Pleasant Hill Road.....Drive south on New US Hwy 51 approximately 7 miles. On your left you will see a large yellow watertower with a smiley face painted on it....also known as the Makanda Smiley Face watertower. Continue south on New Highway 51 about 1 mile to a small green and white sign on your right which says Union County. Turn right immediately at this sign and drive up the lane. Stay left on the lane and drive about 1/2 mile to large white farm house. From Anna: Beginning east of Anna at the intersection of New Hwy 51 and Hwy 146....Drive north on New US Highway 51 approximately 8 miles. On your left you will see Rustle Hill Winery. Continue north on New US Highway 51 approximately 1 mile to a small green and white sign on the right which says Jackson County. Turn left immediately at this sign and drive up the lane. Stay left on the lane and drive about 1/2 mile to large white farm house.
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