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November 1, 2013
What You'll Get
Zoos make it possible for people to see how animals interact with their environments and for animals to see how people interact with their weird, hairless babies. Witness the wonders of nature with this Groupon.
$25 for a petting zoo pumpkin patch package (up to a $50 value)
- Admission for four (up to a $32 value)
- Train rides for two kids (a $6 value)
- Two small pumpkins (an $8 value)
- Two Halloween decoration bags (a $4 value)<p>
All October long, Zoomars is transformed into a spooky pumpkin patch complete with a hay maze, face painting, and trick-or-treating goats dressed up as llamas. Additional seasonal activities include a headless horseman pony ride ($5) and the bone- and fossil-filled Miner’s Gulch ($8).<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 1, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Not valid until 10/1. Admission tickets not redeemed on initial visit may be used within 90-days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
A rustic Spanish-style farm in the heart of San Juan Capistrano, that's been standing since 1890, promises more creatures than just the area's famous swallows. The picturesque estate is part of ZOOMARS—an all-ages petting zoo that's USDA-approved for cleanliness and the place where more than 200 animals call home. Residents range from goats, sheep, pigs, chickens, rabbits, alpacas, an emu, humpbacked zebu and curious llamas who mingle with visitors for pets and feeding. One of the zoo's most popular areas is the guinea pig patch, where some of the farm's fuzziest and friendliest creatures reside. ZOOMARS also features horse and pony rides, a Little Tikes playground, hay maze and mining town where panning the waters reveal rare gemstones and gold.
Meet the Owner
Growing up among the animal farms of New Jersey, Carolyn Franks never imagined that one day she'd be running one. Her path to animal care started in college when she created a line of dog toys for a senior project. After working for numerous pet product manufacturers, as well as the American Kennel Club in Manhattan, Carolyn found herself in California where her passion snowballed hosting educational animal shows for kids, running a chain of exotic bird stores and traveling to South America to help save endangered species. In 2005, she used her knowledge to take over the Jones Family Mini Farm, expanding its pens, adding more animals and transforming the brand to ZOOMARS.
Franks is joined by a well-trained staff of zookeepers who share her vision for teaching kids about animals through hands-on interactions.