The website makes this place look wonderful. We drove an hour to visit on Easter Sunday afternoon and so the kids could participate in the egg hunt, paid $45 for a family of 4. The kids were really looking forward to all the baby animals the website talks about. There were none. Their total sum of animals were 5 dilapidated goats, 2 sheep, and maybe 10 chickens and a peacock in the same cage. Then we went on the hayride and got to see the "ruins". The ruins I suppose must have been the bathtub and old sewing machine and other garbage elegantly arranged into scenic vistas along the path, along with some weird purple furry gorilla stuck on a rock. Oh, and then a couple more goats they had trapped into the caged off pumpkin pens to eat all the rotting pumpkins. It was disgusting. If it hadn't been that my kids were looking forward to the (also ridiculous) egg hunt I would have turned around and demanded my money back. I wasn't surprised a bit when they gathered everyone around for the egg hunt and the woman asked how many were first timers. EVERY one was. That's because nobody is dumb enough to go back to this place a second time.
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