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Brian K.
Report | 6 days ago
Take a lunch as there are picnic tables. There I'd also a nice playground outside the gated.
Denise B.
Report | 9 days ago
Bring a lunch with you, lots of places to sit and enjoy!
Meagan G.
Report | 10 days ago
Great family day. It was a beautiful day, lots of animals to see, very well laid out. It was perfect.
Charmaine G.
Report | 12 days ago
Wear rain boots as it can get muddy. Feel free to bring snacks for your littles but don't forget to wash their hands really well before eating!
tamara m.
Report | 12 days ago
Nope!!! Love it. Lots of fun for kids and grown ups
Snezhina L.
Report | 13 days ago
Rain boots must wear for kids and adults if it rains or rained
Gina H.
Report | 17 days ago
Great place my grandchildren had a wonderful, will return
Caroline M.
Report | a month ago
This was a really child-friendly place. Clean, attractive and lots of animals. Would go again.
Lisa T.
Report | a month ago
Great family outing!
Michelle N.
Report | a month ago
Bring lunch for yourself and bird food and kale or other dark leafy greens to feed the critters!
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Now the only remaining farm on Vancouver’s North Shore, Maplewood Farm—nestled along the banks of the Seymour River—was founded in the early 1900s by Mr. Akiyo Kogo and operated as a successful dairy farm before its designation as a rural heritage site in 1975. Dedicated to introducing visitors of all ages to the inner workings of a busy farm, such as the best time of day to hug a lamb, a team of farmhands circulates about the pastoral 5-acre plot entertaining visitors with educational presentations that include cow-milking demonstrations and the feeding of pigs and horses. Nascent ranchers can commune with nature as they arrange birdseed feasts on the ground for the farm’s chickens and ducks or power a pedal tractor around the grounds. An adorable assortment of livestock hangs around throughout the day, patiently fielding questions on why Old McDonald is allowed to break the ‘I before E’ rule with his cries of "E-I-E-I-O."

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