Some days you just want to run rampant and play all day; for the rest of your family, those days are every day. It always seems impossible to get the kids to expend all their energy in positive constructive ways without the need to wrestle each other to the ground. What you need is a one stop shop for the entire family to attend that can keep even the most impulsive and adventuresome youths and adults entertained for as long as they can muster. It sounds like Puck’s Farm is just what the doctor ordered.
Puck’s Farm is situated on 170 acres of breathtaking rolling countryside in the beautiful hills of King Township. A trip to Puck's Farm is an ideal time to learn about spring on the farm. Newborn baby animals, seed planting, the greening meadows, the return of birds and wildlife are all part of the season of rebirth and renewal. Puck's Farm features a variety of domesticated animals for the children to meet and pet. In addition to cows, horses, pigs, goats, sheep and fowl, the farm is also home to some unusual critters such as emus and a llama that are recent additions to Ontario farms. Miniature horses, donkeys, work horses and ponies show children the diversity of breeds in the equine family. The gaggle of geese is sure to give the children a loud welcome while the ducks have their own fun in the pond. The children's favourite is almost always the farm cat who will be stretched out in the sun for another day of endless petting. The warm and receptive staff will try and answer as many of your questions as they can, but it's really about observation, exploration and discovery. This is a great hands-on opportunity for children to see and interact with animal friends. Plus with bouncy castles, the annual Easter egg hunt, and plenty more events and excitement, you will never want to leave and neither will the kids!
Puck’s Farm will keep you busy and experiencing thorough enjoyment all day long. Now that you have gotten the kids to tire themselves out, maybe you all can take a big giant nap. Then again, your mother just gave the kids ice cream; will they ever settle down?
“We took the kids there this past weekend. We were able to milk a cow, see the animals, take a hay ride, ride the rides, and ride a pony (I was happy to guide the pony with my child on it - made a great picture!). It's a farm - of course you'll smell farm stuff sometimes. Experience nature and get rid of the video games and electronic false reality!”
- Michael K.
"We took our 3-year old on Easter Monday and had a lovely time. It would have been better if it wasn't so windy but we can't blame the farm for that. Parking was fine, cost was as advertised and everyone was very nice. Hay ride, pony ride, egg hunt, maze and carnival rides, and farm animals all for that price. Our family goes to the royal winter fair every year and are very familiar with animals in the best conditions... these were all just fine, nothing wrong with the state of cleanliness in the stalls, etc. We came prepared with a packed lunch and there was a lot of picnic area. I also thought the egg hunt was very well organized, with little ones going first, then older kids... very good job."
- Patricia F.