Have you been to MJN FARM AND CAFE yet? The new Instagram-worthy place to get away from the hustles of city life is located in Barangay Baikingon, Cagayan de Oro City, just less than an hour from the city proper going southwest. With good food, nature vibe, wide trekking area, ATV track, basketball, volleyball and even children’s playground, the farm is just perfect for a family weekend getaway. Entrance Fee is P50.
GETTING THERE. The place is approximately 8.5 kilometers from the National Highway from Iponan Junction. Except for about 2 ongoing road works along the route, it’s all 2-lane concrete. Directional signages are also put up along the way so you really will not be lost. As a landmark, the farm is after the Brgy Hall of Baikingon. Estimated travel time is 20-30 minutes.
There are three possible routes going to the farm. See below.
A. From Iponan – just follow main road towards Baikingon
B. From Bulua – from Macapagal Drive, turn right towards Bulao Bridge then turn left going to Baikingon.
C. From Carmen or Uptown (SM City) – proceed to Canitoan Jct. then turn right to Macapagal Drive then left to Bulao Bridge.
This is the frontage and entrance gate.
Ths is the visitors drop off area.
Parking area is at left.
The cafe is open from 10AM to 8PM (Wednesday to Friday) | 6AM to 8PM (Saturday to Sunday). It is CLOSED from Monday to Tuesday for general cleaning.
The farms sits on a rolling terrain with a small valley and a river (Bungcalalan).
This large signage is a favorite for selfies…
Its cafe offers al fresco dining experience with good ambiance. Staff are very accommodating and friendly. Once at the cafe, taking out your cellphone camera is just the best thing to do.
The cafe offers All Day Meals, Coffee, Salad & Platter, Sandwiches and Refreshments. Here’s the menu. By the way, the Entrance Fee comes with free mineral water.
Platters are best sellers especially for groups.
It also has function rooms for small group sessions.
It can also host special events.
For the adventure and sporty body, the farm offers ATV rides, trekking, basketball, volleyball, among others. There’s also a children’s playground.
This is the view from the cafe balcony.
Below are some aerial shots. It started to rain so only a few were taken.
Shown are the basketball court, volleyball court and wooden cottages.
This looks like an unfinished bridge.
More photos below courtesy of MJN Visuals.
Check it out.