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We are a different type of petting zoo. We take you on an educational tour of all our animals and you get to learn about, feed and pet them all. Some of the animals you will get to meet include capybaras, porcupines, tortoise, rabbits, patagonian...more
So my family and I finished our second adventure at Funny foot farm, and it was just as fun as the first time! First off I want to mention the sheer amount of passion you see in the staff working there. They are truly happy...More
Visited with a family of 4 kids from1.5 to 8.5 and they all loved it. My wife and i did too. We werent sure what to expect when we pulled up but glad we went. The guy giving us the tour was very knowledgeable and...More
The staff was very friendly and knowledgeable. We had a great time feeding the animals,petting them, and learning about them. All in all a unique and interesting place to visit. Kids would love it. Also any animal lover.
Have fun Petting porcupines, capybaras and feeding emus! Feed and pet peacocks, chickens, ducks , geese and more. Get right in the pen with them! The goats are adorable sticking their heads through the fence to get the food you have( you are given cups...More
This place was a ton of fun, and well worth the $8/person. They let you feed every one of the animals, even some of the ones that you can't really pet (like the emus). Petting the capybara and porcupines was especially cool, because that's not...More
My pre-teen daughter really enjoyed the tour and the animals here. We came on a pretty hot afternoon. Would recommend going during cooler weather since it's all outdoors. The owners are friendly and informative. Nothing fancy about this place but it is called a "farm"...More
I visited Funny Foot Farm last Friday with my dear friend who lives in Tucson, AZ. I found this place on Trip Advisor and was set on going before coming into Tucson. When we arrived we were greeted by Funny Foot Tour Guide Randy, he...More