Welcome to The Farm at Walnut Creek where you will find both a unique and educational experience for people of all ages. While visiting The Farm you will have the opportunity to view and feed over 500 animals from six different continents such as buffalo, llamas, giraffes, deer,elk and many more that call The Farm home.Work out when and for how long to visit The Farm at Walnut Creek and other Sugarcreek attractions using our handy Sugarcreek trip builder website.
You can enjoy hand feeding these animals from the comfort of your own car or call to reserve a leisurely horse drawn wagon ride. Also experience a working farm in action during your visit. Depending on the season; plowing, thrashing, sowing seeds, growing produce, canning, milking, quilting, and baking may all be taking place on any given day.
Be sure to take a stroll through our non-electric farm houses, the produce stand for all of your fresh produce needs, and don’t forget your camera to capture the memories. Make plans to spend the day with us, The Animals Will Be Waiting!
MONDAY – SATURDAY
8:30 a.m. until 1 hour before sunset. The last wagon ride departs at 5:00pm
The Farm at Walnut Creek reviews
Really enjoyed the drive through animal tour. There are quite a few animals there including some not normally seen on the farm. Self guided Amish house tour followed. Very nice presentation. Also... more »
What a great up-close opportunity to see animals! It is definitely worth the $3 to get the generous amount of animal food. Because of Covid-19, only the drive-through option was available. The... more »
Wow! What an unexpected surprise to see a farm/zoo in the middle of Amish Country. I loved being able to drive our truck through the farm and feed the animals. It was the best time to visit because many of the baby animals were up, out and about. My favorite was the mama pig with her piglets and the giraffes with the curious baby giraffes. Tons of animals and lots to enjoy. All the animals look happy and healthy! You have the opportunity to take your car or the farm wagon.
What a great time my husband and I had here. First, it is a beautiful ride through the countryside. We rode there by motorcycle and enjoyed the twists, turns and hills. Then you arrive to see this immaculately manicured huge farm. The animals have an absolute sanctuary here and are so healthy and cared for. Getting to feed these animals face to face is an amazing experience. All of the personnel were helpful and genuinely kind. When you have soaked up your fill of wildlife, there are a number of Amish restaurants close by sure to please!
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