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“Good family stop - Stretch your legs”
Review of Bravo Farms

Bravo Farms
Ranked #1 of 1 things to do in Traver
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed July 31, 2013

Just like the title says, it's a good place to stop and stretch your legs. Lots to look at, from antique tractors and signs to kids' tree houses and LIVE animals to feed and pet. There's food, shopping, and a real cheese factory. A little something for everyone. Worth hopping off the 99 freeway for a little bit.

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Reviewed July 8, 2013

We've watched this place grow - and keep coming back for their cheese! Some of the 'Gourmet' food items get pricy - but the Stonewall products are about the same as most places that carry their jams jellies. (The Rosted Garlic and Onion Jam makes a GREAT steak add on - just let it melt over the top of a Ribeye!)

But, the cheese is what we mainly go there for - we're just up the road from Bravo.

Also - the 6th St. Cheese Factory in Fowler Ca (about 20 miles north) has some of the best Blue cheese I've had!

1  Thank Keith C
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Reviewed July 8, 2013

Cute little place with a lot of locally made goods, especially can/bottled pickled goodies. Can stop here for a bite or a drink. Just didn't really dig the vibe... more a fancy gas station stop and place trying to push their schwag. Coming from Fresno, not exactly worth the drive.

Thank casey h
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Reviewed July 8, 2013

If you have kids, be SURE to visit Bravo Farms in Traver. There's a five-story tree house, chickens to feed, a kid-friendly shooting range that makes a car talk, move and squirt water (think Mater from Disney's Cars movie). Ice cream is a real treat to break up a long drive. This is a real hidden gem. Don't miss it!

Thank Zupiedog
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Reviewed May 28, 2013

cute quirky little place. all kinds of fun stuff to do and see. they have goats you can pet, miniature golf, a playground for the kids to play on as well as a tree house they can go up (or adults i went up it :)). this is a great place for people who like different unique places.
if you like antiques you will enjoy it also. lots of great stuff to look at as well as a number of items to purchase.
they have a bar, a cheese shop, gift shop with wine, collectables, antiques, and local souvenirs. a shooting gallery, a place to eat, and also pool tables if you want to shoot some stick.
not a place the average person will spend a lot of time at but its definitely enjoyable eye candy. we spent about 2 hours there i think. :)

Thank OHTravel_Junkies
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