Q: Is there an admission fee?
A: No, admission is by donation. The suggested amounts are $5.00 for adults and $4.00 for children.
Q: What forms of payment do you accept?
A: We accept cash, debit, VISA, and MasterCard.
Q: Can I book a visit in advance?
A: There is no advance booking for small groups, but we encourage large groups (10 or more visitors) to book in advance. For more information, please see our Group Bookings page.
Q: Is there an age limit for the farm?
A: No, everyone is welcome at the farm, whether you’re young or young at heart!
Q: Are masks required at the farm?
A: Masks are required only in the goat petting area and during the goat stampedes, for everyone 5 years or older.
Q: How many people are allowed in the goat petting area?
A: The maximum capacity is 40-50 people.
Q: Where can I wash my hands?
A: There are handwashing stations near the entrance and the goat petting area equipped with soap and water.
Parking & Accessibility
Q: Is there parking nearby?
A: There is a parking lot directly outside the farm, along Circle Drive.
Q: Is the farm wheelchair accessible?
A: All of the paths inside the farm are gravel, with no steep inclines and no stairs.
Q: Is there a washroom?
A: The nearest public washroom is approximately 3 minutes walking distance from the farm. If you need directions, please ask a staff member.
Q: Are dogs allowed in the farm?
A: Yes, dogs are welcome in the farm! Please don’t leave your dogs in the car. All dogs must remain on a leash at all times, please no barking, and dogs may not enter the goat petting area.
About the Farm
Q: What animals do you have?
A: We have goats, Jacob sheep, miniature donkeys, a potbelly pig, alpacas, ducks, chickens, budgies, finches, pheasants, and doves.
Q: Which animals can we pet?
A: You may pet any animals at the fence who wish to be pet. The only animal enclosure you can enter at this time is the goat petting area.