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The Camel Farm, Yuma

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Farm · Tourist Spot
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  • Sadly, this place was closed. Just like they destroy everything else they touch, this place was closed due to whining and threats from PETA. This was a delightful little farm that I took the kids... 
    Sadly, this place was closed. Just like they destroy everything else they touch, this place was closed due to whining and threats from PETA. This was a delightful little farm that I took the kids...  more »
  • Have been coming to Yuma for 15 years and never knew about this place. I guess I should have checked Tripadvisor. It is a small family owned operation and the animals all seem very content. Lots of... 
    Have been coming to Yuma for 15 years and never knew about this place. I guess I should have checked Tripadvisor. It is a small family owned operation and the animals all seem very content. Lots of...  more »
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  • I highly recommend! The best petting zoo I've ever been to. $8 admission and $1 or more for food to feed the animals depending on what you pick. All of the animals are friendly and you can hand feed the camels, zebras, donkey's, ostrich. If you hold out food to the big camel he will open his big slobbery mouth so you can throw food into it. So funny! The girl that works there was amazing. She opened the gate so I could feed the cow which was awesome. Her dad wasn't the friendly type however, but he wasn't hanging around too much. Don't pass up this place!
  • This is a fun little farm that has a variety of animals you can touch and feed. There are two types of feed cups you can purchase $1 alfalfa pellets and $2 dates. They have a small toddler climber the kids can play on. Picnic tables are available if you bring lunch. The gift shop does sale soda and candy for a small fee. I'm not sure if they have bathrooms for public.

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