Looking for more animal experiences in Ohio? You’ll want to put The Farm at Walnut Creek on your to-do list for this Spring, Summer, or Fall. I know we plan to go back this year!
The Farm at Walnut Creek is located in Amish Country, in Sugarcreek, Ohio. You’ll find over 500 animals, including species from 6 continents. Some of the animals that call the farm home include giraffe, camels, zebras, and kangaroos, as well more common animals, including horses, llamas, buffaloes and deer.
The 2022 season opens on Friday, April 1, 2022, with drive thru and wagon rides, and is open on Mondays to Saturdays, 8:30am to 6pm throughout the season.
Enjoy the 2.3 mile drive through the rolling hills of Holmes County in the comfort of your own car or on an hour-long horse drawn wagon. The wagon ride will get you up close and personal with the animals as you hand feed these gentle giants (except the Zebras – they can bite!).
There is a center seat in the wagons if you don’t want the animals to be so close. Driving through with your car will also allow you some distance from the animals if you choose to keep your windows up. Though if you put your windows down and have food, the animals will gladly put their heads in your window!
They also have a petting area where you’ll see other farm animals up close.
This is a fully working farm, so you may also see farm activities, including plowing, thrashing, canning, quilting and more, depending on the season when you visit. Guests can tour the non-electric farm house and barns, enjoy the playground, farm stand, and more. It’s a great experience for all ages.
Admission for the Farm at Walnut Creek
All tickets are purchased at the gate; no presale tickets are sold.
Includes driving through the animal park in your car, plus touring the aviary, petting zoo, barns and farmhouses. You can purchase feed to hand-feed the animals ($3.00/bucket). Please stay in your car at all times during the drive through tour.
Adult – $15
Children (3 – 12) and Seniors – $12
Does not include food.
Admission with Wagon Ride
Includes guided horse-drawn wagon ride tour of the animal park, plus touring the aviary, barns and farmhouses. You’ll enjoy knowledgeable (and humorous) wagon drivers, plus have easy access to feed the friendly animals. You’ll get a bucket of food for every 2 people.
Adult – $21
Children (3 – 12) and Seniors – $16
Discounts for The Farm at Walnut Creek
Triple AAA – 10% off (please be prepared to show your card)
Veterans/Military Discount – 10% off for the entire family
NOTE: Credit and debit cards are NOT accepted; Cash or check only
Wagon rides are first-come, first served, beginning at approximately 9 am, with the last wagon at 5 pm. No reservations or advance tickets are required; purchase admission at the gate only.
TBA for 2022 – the farm reopens on April 1, 2022!
Past annual events to be updated 2022
Annual Easter Adventure
Saturday, April 10, 2021
The Saturday following Easter will feature fun helicopter egg drops as part of the Easter celebration. There will be egg drops every hour between 10 am and 4 pm, with a helicopter dropping hundreds of eggs from the sky each time.
Children can find the eggs in a field and redeem them by color to earn a prize. Every child will receive prizes. This event is for children ages 1-11 years old only. Parents of children who are ages 0-3 will be allowed to walk onto the egg drop field to assist their child.
There will also be a giant corn box and scavenger hunt, as well as food for purchase. You’ll have the chance to take an Easter photo with your children holding rabbits and bunnies as well!
Regular admission applies and includes a tour of The Farm – in your own vehicle or in the horse drawn wagons. Purchase admission at the gate only.
Fall Festival at the Farm at Walnut Creek
October 1-2, 8-9, 11, 15-16, 22-23, 2021 from 8 am – 8 pm.
Food, fall decorations, scavenger hunt, straw castle, corn box, pumpkin slingshot, and much more. Wagon rides are available from 9 am – 5 pm.
Fall festival is included with regular admission, but extra activities and food have additional charges.