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This place had lots of animals once even Morgan the camel and our grandkids loved to visit, but now they only have a few sheep and lots of annoying goats. For a gold coin you can get a bag of carrots or layer pallets to...More
Great place to go for some yummy food and nice coffee..
They sell strawberry stuff like jam, soaps and can buy strawberries to take home
Has some animals for the children to pat..
The only unfortunate thing is that they don't have strawberry picking and...More
The Strawberry Farm was never an amazing tourist attraction, but was a good place to stop in for a quick bite to eat and to touch the camel.
The camel has long since died and the variety of animals remaining is somewhat disappointing.
We made our first trip to see what all the fuss is about. We have lived locally for 6 years. In general the place was very tired, the staff also seemed unimpressed by us arriving 1 hour prior to close. We purchased some ice creams...More
Visited here 5 years ago and it was fun, stopped in again with the kids and there's a new cafe, undercover seating and playground area. Looks great, still great fun for the kids. Not sure why people say there was no strawberries, there was plenty!