Dutch Creek Farm Animal Park93 Votes
- Address: 6255 N 1000 W, Shipshewana, IN 46565, USA, United States
- Phone: +1-2607684416
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Zoo, Family And Kids, Farm
The Dutch Creek Animal Farm has earned a reputation for being the best and most interesting zoo in the state. Run by an Amish family, it offers one of the best farm and zoo experiences available. With close to 300 different kinds of animals and birds, it is sure to be a memory you will never forget if you are an animal lover. There are rabbits, goats, deer, zebra and horses. You are allowed to feed them right out of your hands and even pet them if you want. It is an interesting and adventurous tour that is sure to excite kids as well as adults.
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Dutch Creek Farm Animal Park Reviews & Ratings
Great fun spot for the whole family. Filled with sheep, foxes, bulls, camels, porcupines, monkeys, and a whole menagerie of assorted farms animals and exotic wildlife. Highly suggest the wagon ride, loads of fun for the kids and family. The Amish that run the farm are ultra friendly and the farm and it's animals are well kept and loved. Had a great time!
We had an absolute blast today at Dutch Creek Farms! There were 4 adults and 4 kids and it’s hard to tell who had more fun, the adults or kids! The variety of animals is amazing and they seem to be well taken care of. The staff were friendly and helpful. I would definitely recommend Dutch Creek to anyone!!
Good time .....decent price... Decent parking available, not super wheelchair friendly however probably doable with able bodied helpers. Animals looked decent with a nice variety. No food seen for patrons, so plan accordingly. Can be done in a matter of two to three hours. Oh and wagon ride gets you very up close and personal with animals!
Good way to spend a morning. Getting on a wagon ride is very organized so you can have fun and walk around while you wait. They will find you when it's your turn no need to compete in a line with the pushy big city people. Brilliant. My boys did the barrel ride pulled by a small pony she just did circles in the parking lot but they had fun be better if she went around a barn or 2.
Wonderful farm off the beaten path. This is definitely not your corporate zoo. You get to be up close and personal with many animals.