We took our grandkids this weekend. It cost $2 a person to get in (under age 2 is free) and they had a lot of activities for the children. It was like a little village with all kinds of animals to see, horses, goats, chickens, pigs, bison, geese, prairie dogs, and a large gold fish pond. They had food machines where you could purchase food to feed the chickens or goats for a quarter. They also had multiple playgrounds and park benches or picnic tables to take breaks. They also had additional activities that required a fee, but we purchased a combo pack for $10 for one child and they were able to go mining for gems, bottle feed baby goats, go cane pole fishing with worms, a horse-drawn hay wagon ride, and ride the ponies. The pony ride was a very short one trip around a short path and they have to be 3 and older to ride. I wish we had more time to explore this place, but we will probably go back sometime, though we will probably wait until the grandchildren are a little older. Ours are 2 and 5. My thoughts that 6-9 years old would be a better aage.
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