Farm Visits and Play Dates
Petting Zoo Play Date
This play date is the perfect introduction to our gentle, "kid-sized" animals, including our adorable baby goats, mini-pig, chickens, ducks and cuddly bunnies! Children learn interesting facts about each critter and get lots of time to interact with them.. Dress for fresh air fun, and don't forget to bring your camera for "too cute" photo opportunities! Duration of visit is one hour. Price is $10 per child, minimum 6 in your group. (Otherwise, minimum charge will be applied)
Unicorn Play Date
Join us for a unique play date with a very special "unicorn" who just loves little children! Each child enjoys a ride on the unicorn and can pet and brush, too! Play on our playground, bring a snack if you like, and don't forget your camera! Duration of play date is one hour. Price is $20 per child, minimum of 6 in your group. (Otherwise, minimum charge will be applied) Click Contact Us to arrange your visit.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the stables located?
906 Maple Drive in Webster, about half-way down Maple Drive, right next to the Route 104 bridge/overpass. Don't put us in your GPS! You'll get turned in circles. If coming from Route 104 in either direction, exit Bay Road, turn left onto Bay Road, left onto old Ridge Road (Mobil gas station on corner) and take first left on to Maple Drive (cemetery on corner). If you passed St. Rita school on left, you just missed your turn on to Maple Drive!
Where to park?
Pull in to the driveway at 906 Maple Drive, through the split rail fences. Park to your left on the grassy area in front of the little red barn. If you have a bigger group, please pull forward two spaces to leave room for someone to park behind you. Parking area is small...we highly recommend you carpool!
What if I don't have the minimum number of children required for a class/play date?
You are welcome to bring fewer children than the minimum, but the price would still remain at the cost for the minimum number indicated for your class or play date.
What to bring?
You are welcome to bring snacks, drinks, cameras, strollers, umbrellas, etc. Dress for the weather! Boots or closed toe shoes or sneaks you don't mind getting dirty, sunblock, water, and anything needed for outdoor fun.
Is there a bathroom?
There is a port-a-potty on the premises. Hand sanitizer and paper towels are provided, but there is no running water/sink area available. You may want to bring moist towelettes or wipes. We do have a basic first aid kit.
There is absolutely no smoking or alcohol permitted anywhere on the farm.