Farm Hours

We are open to the public

Monday to Sunday

10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Additional hours available for special events and large groups. Please contact for information.


$6.00 General Admission
$5.40 Senior Citizens
*Children 23 months old and younger are free
Special pricing available for field trips and groups of 10+ guests

Family Membership

Annual Family Memberships include one year of admission for one family (children, parents, grandparents and one named caregiver) and numerous discounts on purchases at the Petting Farm.

This Month


We are giving away a Wishpets Llama.Entry forms are available in our Welcome Center. We will announce the winner in our June Newsletter.

Animal: Llama

  • Baby llamas are called crias.
  • Gestation length for llamas is between about 331 and 359 days.
  • Crias are normally standing and walking with in one our of birth.
  • Female llamas do not lick off their new born babies, instead they will nuzzle them and hum to them. 
  • Llamas are frequently used as livestock guards. Llamas will bond with the livestock they are charged with guarding and very effectively prevent predation.
  • Llamas make an Alarm Call when they feel their herd is threatened ins some way.
  • The typical life span of a llama is between 15 and 20 years.
  • When llamas are heavy in wool coverage (prior to shearing) they are called Woolies.
To learn more about llamas click HERE to visit the Llama page on our website or join us for one of our animal presentations.