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The Farm at Walnut Creek

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CAMellon wrote a review Sep 2020
Punta Gorda, Florida375 contributions104 helpful votes
We originally thought a drive-through zoo would be silly but we were pleasantly surprised. They and an incredible amount of variety of animals and we really had a lot of fun. Next time I would invest in a wagon ride through the park as it would be more hands on. The staff was very friendly. Definitely worth the stop.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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P H wrote a review Aug 2020
37 contributions10 helpful votes
I did not have think twice before giving 5* rating to this place. You will love every moment of this drive through. I am surprised that I did not visit this place ever before. If you have kids, you must go there atleast once in a year. The experience of feeding these animals were amazing!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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visitor424 wrote a review Aug 2020
Newcomerstown7 contributions4 helpful votes
Our three grands (ages 10, 9 and 5) came for a 3 day visit. We wanted to do something fun but safe as things began to open up after 3 1/2 months of quarantine. The Farm was now providing a completely drive thru experience. Not knowing what to expect, I worried that this might be a disappointing trip after traveling on winding country roads the back way in with a child who was getting car sick. After paying (cash or check only) and buying a bucket of feed, we got in line with the other vehicles. Wow. We had a blast! This was the highlight of their visit. They had so much fun feeding the animals from the car. And hearing their screams as the long horned bull stuck his head in the car and rolled out his foot-long tongue made us all laugh. This was a wonderful experience and I'd love to do this again.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Tessa wrote a review Aug 2020
12 contributions2 helpful votes
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We did a day trip to this farm and was not disappointed! It is very well laid out and clean. You pay and get your animal feed when you pull up to the window located on side of the building. Masks are worn by all the employees. Bathrooms are inside of the building and are fairly clean. You drive your car around the animals. The animals do get up close and personal but it’s a great time. I do not recommend if you have a car that you don’t want getting slobbery and dirty. They also have buildings, houses, and a horse barn you can tour. The house had free cookies and a great selection of bread you could purchase.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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BlondeTraveler10 wrote a review Jul 2020
27 contributions15 helpful votes
Due to Covid we could only do the car ride around. I have a 4 Runner and 3 teen daughters. This was an experience of a lifetime. Sure my truck left with a few mild scratches due to the over excited animals. Mostly the cattle. But the rest of the experience, especially the male elk, was far beyond expectations. The only complaint I have is that the place doesn't include food with the purchase of entry. Seems a little off putting to me. But the rest was fun. There were lots of animals. Though, I daresay the Giraffes were a sore sight to behold. They are not free to roam and caged, unlike the others. It's heartbreaking to me. At the end we even got a freshly baked cookie. Super sweet touch. Loved it.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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