Q: Is there an admission fee?
A: No, admission is by donation. The suggested amounts are $6.00 for adults and $5.00 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!
General Health and Hygiene
Q: Is there a maximum capacity of visitors allowed in the goat petting area?
A: To allow everyone a enough comfortable space during their visit (including the goats) there is maximum capacity people who can mingle with the goats on busy days. Please bring some extra time in case you have to wait or take a walk through the farm yard first.
Q: Is it “safe” to visit the farm and the animals if I’m not feeling well?
A: To help protect animals and humans please only come for a farm visit if everyone in your company feels healthy. We are always there on another day for a visit. Thank you.
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, pigs, Jacob sheep, miniature donkeys, guinea pigs, alpacas, ducks, chickens, budgies, a conure, 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.