Frog Pond Farm Adventures | Oregon Lifestyle Photographer
This weekend Frog Pond Farm in Wilsonville reopened its farm walkabouts. My little heart went pitter-patter. I jumped on opening day, I just needed my farm animal fix.
During Covid-19, Frog Pond Farm was one of the few places that helped keep our sanity. They flexed their farm to a drive-thru safari to see and feed the animals. All from the comfort of our car. It was such a great way to get out of the house and do something different. But now things are getting better and we can be outside safely. They have done an immense amount of work to prepare the farm for visitors again.
Saturday, May 22nd was opening day. I called our besties and we hit the farm in the afternoon with the kids. We saw animals galore. So many donkeys and llamas. Oh and baby llamas and the baby pigs! There was so much space to spread out and see all of them. Let me try and remember all of the animals we saw. Donkeys, llamas, Emu, chickens, goats, Camels (yes, camels), horses, baby pigs, sheep, Tortoises (the big ones), cows, and llamas (yes, there were a lot of llamas). With our entry, we each received a cup of food to hand feed the animals. Mama Llama was trying to take all of the food. They can be pushy but gentle. My favorites were the baby pigs (because come one, baby pigs) and the big donkeys. Even when I ran out of food, I just felt like they loved getting pets from me.
Aside from the animals they also had some kid activities setup. They had a rolling tube the kids had to push, a tunnel slide, sand diggers, and hay mountain for kids to climb on. They even had some shade with a few picnic tables. This is a farm I recommend for the whole family. You can spend a couple of hours here easily.
Until next time...
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