Thank you to everyone who came out and played with us at our SOLD OUT playdate at Lambs Farm!
Despite the clouds threatening our fun, we came out and had a great time on the farm. Our playdate offered Little Lake County readers the chance to play on the farm before it opened to the public.
Don’t worry if you missed out; you can plan your fun playdate at the farm! Grab some friends and meet for a morning of fun exploring the Farmyard. The Farmyard is open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and is only $5 for everyone over the age of 2.
For your $5 admission, you can get up close and personal with the cows, horses, and llamas. Your kids can visit with the sheep and goats and brush them in the petting area. In the discovery building, they can see rabbits and baby chicks and learn what they eat.
For $1, you can buy a bag of hay to feed the animals throughout the farm. Just watch out for the cow he can steal your whole bag in one bite!
You can add additional activities for $2-4 or purchase a day pass for $8 adults and $12 children. That includes the carousel, train, and mini-golf. Remember, every dollar you spend on the farm goes to running the farm and its mission to serve those adults with special needs. The farms give them jobs, residence, and a sense of belonging in a society that marginalizes them.
We got the bonus of a photo op with the horse on our playdate, which was an immense delight, and drew for all the kids. Don’t think that means there won’t be plenty of opportunities for photo ops on your visit! Nothing is more photogenic than toddlers and farm animals, so be sure to pack your camera!
We were lucky that the rain started after the majority of us had made it through the farm. Forty-five minutes is an almost perfect amount of time for toddlers to explore the farm before they need a change of scenery. Lambs Farm Magnolia Cafe provides that ideal change of scenery for a tasty homemade snack.
The cafe is open weekdays at 11:00 a.m., and aside from a full menu of delicious entrees, they also sell beautiful and tasty baked goods that are made right on the farm! The cafe is also home to special events like the holiday brunches for Easter, Christmas, and Mother’s Day.
The cafe also has a banquet room that you can rent for events. The large well-lit room was perfect for our playdate’s most special part (sorry, not available on regular visits); the craft!
All the kids got to paint a piggy bank to take home with them. While you can’t do it on your trip, there’s plenty of treasures to be found at the Cedar Chest Thrift Shop, be sure to add their Community Tent Sale to your fall resale calendar!
Don’t be sad it’s over! If you missed it don’t worry! The Farmyard is open daily and would love to have you! Watch our site too for more playdate fun coming this month!
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See more pictures from our Lambs Farm playdate on the Little Lake County Facebook page.