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Smoky Mountain Deer Farm & Exotic Petting Zoo

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478 Happy Hollow Ln, Sevierville, TN 37876-2002
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ncccyndi1 wrote a review Oct 21
Malvern, Ohio44 contributions11 helpful votes
We had a family with older adults and small child. It was fun for everyone. Reasonably price with lower cost for food for the animals refills. With that we just bought 1 cup of food and refilled as needed. The baby goats were fun to hold with lots of photo ops. My grand daughter loved riding the pony. They were super nice at the riding barn and let her pet it too.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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tlloveshim wrote a review Oct 21
153 contributions3 helpful votes
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If you're an animal lover this is fun even if you're on the older side! My husband and I visited on a late afternoon because we mainly wanted to pet the deer. We ended up enjoying all of the animals! I recommend you buy apples for the camels! I wasn't wearing close toed shoes so didn't go in the pens but still had fun feeding the animals. The staff were all very friendly! We'll be visiting annually just to support this business and enjoy the animals!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Lacy H wrote a review Oct 20
9 contributions7 helpful votes
Inexpensive afternoon of fun for the whole family. If you have young kids this is the perfect thing for an afternoon. My kids ages 9, 5, and 3 all had a blast. Lots of neat and friendly animal encounters. We saw goats, deer, camels, longhorns, pigs, horse, zebra, reindeer, elk, kangaroo and giant rabbits to name a few. For a couple extra dollars you can purchase food to feed the goats, deer and camels. Can also go into the pen of the goats and deer. Everyone was friendly and thoughtful during COVID to keeping social distancing etc. The directions and signage was also great along the way, as it is a bit off the beaten path. Would go back in heartbeat!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Dennis W wrote a review Oct 16
Dallas, Georgia180 contributions37 helpful votes
If you like animals and petting zoos...this is a great place. Animals were well taken care of and it is now that expensive to go in. You can go into the pens and pet goats and deer. The other animals are very interesting... some from other countries.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Dad of two wrote a review Sep 2020
Sevierville, Tennessee205 contributions66 helpful votes
We loved how hands on this petting zoo was to all ages! We went on a trip with about 50 other people. Everyone had a GREAT time! The feed is reasonably priced and you can feed all but two animals on the property. It was kinda sad to see how the horse looked so malnourished but I am thinking he was old and rescued. We loved letting the kids ride the horse, but were not happy about waiting 15 plus minutes for an employe to show up so the kids could ride. We waited and waited, as the employee took whoever's paper he had in hand. We were not a big fan of others riding for 10 minutes while we all waited and waited for the other 6 to get done before our kids. We were there waiting for 15 minutes before the other parents walked up to the riding area. We would still recommend this petting zoo! P.S. dont stand to close the the fence outside where a few goats are located, because they LOVE paper!!! LoL...
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Date of experience: August 2020
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