This little farm is run by a family who has been very informative and helpful each time we visit. It costs just $5 per person and you can stay as long as you wish. (No age limit for entrance fee...its based on if you/they are Walkers...my son is 18 months and so he paid full price to enter though the last time he was in a backpack and we were not charged for him.) You can buy cups of buckets of feed to feed the animals for a small price. ($1/cup...well worth it!) You can also pay for Pony/horse rides for a nominal fee.
The farm has horses, cows, al pacas, chickens, miniature horses, donkeys, a camel, ducks, bunnies, goats, a turkey, sheep, a cotamundi, (sp?) and some other assorted animals. There is an enclosed area where the kids can pet or hold rabbits and pay $.50 to buy carrots to feed them. (Beware of the escapees though!) There is a little office that has birds, a ferret, a lizard, a chinchilla and other small animals in cages. Overall it is a cute little establishment set up for young kids to get to interact with farm animals. My son really enjoyed feeding the animals from his cup of food. (You do have to sign a waiver upon entering to protect the farm from lawsuits.)
There are hand sanitizer stations all over the place which I loved, and a restroom in the lower barn where there is an AMAZING display of vintage cars that you can walk through and admire. There are also some antique tools and such to peruse. I do wish they had at least one garbage can or recycle bin outside for the empty feed cups etc.
At the end of our visit we always take the time to play on the real sized tractors and for my son to swing on the little swing set. There is a trampoline and sand pile with lots of toys as well, thought they stay outdoors so they are typically very dirty. (do this last! :))
First Timers Note: The signs for the place are very small and hard to find...but I guess it keeps them a hidden gem, since it has never been busy when we go. Google maps and Apple maps both found the way there easily....just know there isn't a sign until you get pretty far down the windy back road it is located on.
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