Visit the Farm
All those with a heart open to compassion are welcomed here.
Our community is all living beings.
Food is not permitted but please bring lots of water on hot days to stay hydrated. Closed-toe, sturdy shoes are required for all visitors. On hot, sunny days we advise visitors to bring sunscreen and a hat. For the comfort of our residents, please leave dogs and all other companion animals at home.
Covid Policy: To maintain social responsibility, we require that visitors for all in-person public and private tours do the following:
Do not visit the sanctuary if you have any fever, cough, or cold symptoms, or if you have had an exposure to someone who has tested positive.
Hand sanitizer is available.
Maintain a safe distance from one another.
Immerse yourself in our wooded Nature Bathing areas. Experience self-discovery by leaving technology behind. Here you will find short walking paths at different levels of access and sitting areas with reflection activities. Let your body be your guide. Follow your nose. You are savoring the sounds, smells and sights of nature and letting the forest in.
A visit is much more than a fun day spent getting to know our amazing family of rescued animals. In fact, it is nearly impossible to leave without developing a deeper understanding of the unique personalities and complex emotional lives that all animals lead.
Schedule a Tour
All tours must be scheduled in advance – we cannot accommodate drop-in visitors. We kindly request a suggested donation of $20 per adult and $10 per child for tours.
We are currently closed, however, you may contact us for a future date reservation.
Veterinarian Services Provided by:
Dr. Lombardo, DVM http://www.equusdvm.com/
Dr. Darlene Cook, DVM https://www.bluffspetclinic.com/