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Mary P.
Report | 2 days ago
Bring a spare pair of shoes. It's pretty muddy & sandy in certain areas. Absolutely a wonderful place. Try to get Steve as a guide --the best
Robert R.
Report | 8 days ago
Come early for best experience
Frank B.
Report | 9 days ago
We had a great time, and we intend to go back again. Maybe, they can add horse rides along with pony rides. Our daughter was a little too tall for the pony ride and cried, because she didn't get to ride one.
Ximena O.
Report | 11 days ago
Make sure to take snacks and drinks to facilitate your stay. (They sell snacks there as well).
Jeff P.
Report | 11 days ago
Very FUN! My 2 year old loved it. You get to milk a cow, pet and feed goats, pigs, sheep, hold ducks, baby chicks and chickens, there's a train ride, tractor ride, coi pond, and even more! SO much variety and very well staffed and operated. We were extremely pleased with our visit.
Melissa C.
Report | 12 days ago
This is a 2 hour tour. Bring snacks for little ones and arrive at least two hours before closing.
Bri B.
Report | 12 days ago
Very informative and fun. Only wish that some parents would watch their children and not ruin the experience with their out of hand children.
Lina R.
Report | 13 days ago
It's so much fun!! Wear comfortable shoes because there is lots of walking, mud and slippery leaves. Try not to carry around a lot of stuff unless you put it in a stroller basket.
Amy T.
Report | 13 days ago
Absolutely wonderful! Being a farm, I wasn't sure about the walking conditions, so I brought our rain boots to wear, but the walkways are hard, packed sand and will not muck up your shoes. I brought 3 boys, ages 4, 11 & 13, and all of them had an absolute blast! We visited in mid-February and the weather was perfect. This was a Special Day with Monster Trucks and Cowboys, so no guided tours. We had never been before, but I really liked the freedom of walking around on our own. Most of the entire area is shaded with mighty oaks and the beautiful call of the ornate male peacock fills the air, transporting you to a simpler, more peaceful time as you walk around enjoying nature in all of its glory. They have plenty of covered picnic benches for lunch (and wheelbarrows to borrow to haul your food!) They also have a large restroom facility and a very large outside hand washing station for those that do not need to go into the restrooms. (Although there are plenty of sinks inside as well.) Each petting station has a hand sanitizer to keep hands clean; however, I suggest bringing your own along with wipes. There are 2 white sand play areas for the little ones with sand toys, slides, swings and play sets. There is a building with, what appeared to be toys and small play sets for the really little ones. (We did not go inside to inspect.) I was delightfully surprised to learn that most animal areas had attendants giving (yes, GIVING - not selling) food so we could feed the goats, sheep, guinea pigs, rabbits, pigs and much more! My boys could not decide if the train, catching chickens, milking "Bell" the cow or the cool slides were their favorite! We had just been to a local amusement park the week prior, and ALL three of my boys said they had more fun at Green Meadows Farm! We look forward to coming back very soon!
Yenafes V.
Report | 14 days ago
Take snacks & your own hand anitizer. I always have extra clothe for my little one, a good idea to change them after playing and touching all the animals!! My 2 year old loved it!!
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Ugmo the cow and Elmer the water buffalo live on the Green Meadows Farm acreage along with a small village of 300 animals, including pigs, sheep, goats, rabbits, donkeys, and other barnyard citizens. Orlando's family-oriented petting farm lets youngsters ride ponies, milk cows, feed goats and sheep, take a hay ride, and participate in other seasonally varied activities offered 363 days a year. During the slower months of December through February, guests have an opportunity to receive tours with individualized attention.

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