What You'll Get
Kids, like Ponce de León, need constant supervision while exploring, or they’ll simply vanish into a jungle in search of eternal youth. Keep kids on the right path 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 gregarious goats, sweet sheep and potbellied pigs to an exotic emu, humpbacked zebu cows 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 family-friendly attractions ranging from a miniature train and pony rides to the Little Tikes Playground to the rustic Miner's Gulch where panning the water reveals rare treasures like fool's gold and gemstones.
Meet the Owner
Owner Carolyn Franks started down the path to animal care in college when she created her own line of dog toys. She soon moved from New Jersey to California where her passion snowballed: developing a full line of pet products, hosting an animal show for kids, running a chain of exotic bird stores, and even traveling to South America to help save endangered species. In 2005, she used her knowledge to take over the Jones Farm, expanding its pens and transforming its brand to Zoomars Petting Zoo.
Franks is joined by a well-trained staff of zookeepers and wranglers who share her vision for teaching kids about animals through hands-on interactions—and the shepherding of mammals and birds.