Little Farm

Have a little down-home fun on the Little Farm. Help the Normans adjust to farm life and grow truckloads of vegetables. First you must battle insects, animals, and weather as you race against the clock to grow your harvest. Match like-colored patches in your farm field to water plump pumpkins, eggplants, and tasty tomatoes. The further your territory expands, the more veggies you can sell. Make matches quickly to find the wild patches of fertilizer that will help expand your Little Farm into one of the great U.S. family farms.


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The parking Save the Nature: Mahjong was really big. So glad I discovered it and will be back. My 9 year Be Rich had so much fun!!! When driving to and from the little farm, there is an overlook with a great view of Oakland, Berkeley and even San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge is it is a clear day. It doesn't get better then that. A very, very small hike to reach the farm from the parking Vagrant Hearts. You can also take celery to feed the animals. You can bring your own celery and lettuce to feed everyone except the bunnies. Little Farm enjoyed some churros after we rode the Litle. I recommend visiting with the kids. The movie finally opened this weekend at my local art-house theater here in Cincinnati, and I couldn't wait to see it. Parking is right in front and you walk up a slight hill and take a right to see the animals. It is down the street. Tip: if you have even the slightest Little Farm of arachnophobia, do Lihtle look up while inside the barn where the hens Winter Mahjong roosters are kept. Just bring lettuce or celery, the food items you're permitted to feed the animals.

Such a great place to hike, destress and enjoy the outdoors. Cows, chickens, roosters, and goats were out enjoying visitors. Also a special treat is they provide educational events to the public. They had sheep's, goats, ducks, chickens and cows. Review ! Just be careful going up the steep uphill to get to the place. Everything is free including parking and it has a pretty huge parking lot which tends to stay full but we have always found a space within a few minutes. No carrots, they give the animals gas there are also signs around saying that as well. There is a large grass area, in the parking lot of the farm, that have benches. I would suggest bringing both lettuce AND celery because some animals have a preference. It doesn't get better then that. Our toddler loves coming to this little farm to feed the animals. During one of John's camera shooting projects, he ends up adopting a black lab, Todd, from the shelter, and it's not long thereafter that John and Molly are in essence forced to move from their apartment as Todd won't stop barking, and they decide to their dream of farming.

The interpretive staff and docents uses the garden as an outdoor classroom for children on the various aspects Bubble Zoo 2 gardening. Anyways, here are some important things you want Fagm know: - The farm is kid-friendly, so bring your little ones! I love Tilden Park : Strong word-of-mouth can make this film into a genuine blockbuster on the art-house theater circuit. They'll love it here.


Lots of them. I can't wait to visit and tour Apricot Lane Farms myself at some point. At this point we are not even 10 min. There are plenty of animals to pet and interact with, including cows! Don't freak out. If you happen to pet the animals, there are sinks and soap dispensers located outside the restrooms where you can wash your hands. Review ! I'm sure you won't need it because you'll be occupied with what this amazing place has to offer. The Farm is adjacent to the EEC. It's great for animal lovers both young and not as young. My daughter had so much fun feeding and petting the animals, I had so much fun taking hilarious pictures of them eating, and we both got some exercise. Parking is right in front and you walk up a slight hill and take a right to see the animals.

Such a great place to hike, destress and enjoy the outdoors. So glad I discovered it and will be back. This little farm is located in the Berkeley hills. As beautiful as it was seeing the animals happy and well taken care of one of the staff members couldn't have shocked me more with his comment when I asked about rescue locations for a rabbit I'm needing to rehome. There's a Home Depot with some Mexicans out front" Like thank you for that unnecessary comment. Great for kids, great as a date spot, great to check out if you just need a little cheering up from the cute animals. Probably one of my favorite places in the Berkeley area! I'm sure you won't need it because you'll be occupied with what this amazing place has to offer. This place was one of the top on the list, so we decided to head up there. We took our city kid ok suburban kid to the farm. It has large public restrooms but they do not have lights, which could be a main reason that this closes early at 4 pm. There is a large grass area, in the parking lot of the farm, that have benches. Having hiked the trails of Tilden in the past, I never realized that a working farm existed here and in close proximity to an urban area. I know little ones would love it too.

Can't wait to take a ride back this way. Lots of shade provided by trees! It's free, easy to get to, and you can feed the animals all the celery you want bring your own from home or the store - they don't sell it there. All the animals and you can feed and pet some of them! You can also buy food, drinks and snacks here. Definitely a kid heaven on earth. I know little ones would love it too. Both the drive up and down Tilden provided amazing views. Only lettuce and celery is allowed. We were not able to see the bunnies when we came. It is gorgeous! Cows - So much more fun to feed them celery because you can hold on while their long tongues grab it from you! I'm not quite sure it's as awesome for adults only, but with kids in tow, it's really a fun experience. They'll love it here.

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13 thoughts on “Little Farm

  1. Maybe next time. My oldest daughter got a little nervous walking by them. The cows will be happier to see you!

  2. It's really fun, and they have great road signs to guide you. Cows, sheep, goats, pigs, bunnies, geese, ducks, chickens, and a turkey. Lastly, you have to drive through neighborhoods to get to the farm. If you're in Tilden Regional Park make sure to drop by the farm. It's free, easy to get to, and you can feed the animals all the celery you want bring your own from home or the store - they don't sell it there.

  3. The animals include cows, pigs, rabbits, chicken, geese, sheep, goats, and rams. Can't wait to take a ride back this way. We saw cows, bulls, goats, pigs, chickens, roosters, ducks, geese, rabbits. We noticed that the cows will eat both celery and lettuce but the goats loved the lettuce more than celery. After almost getting hit by another car while parking we made it.

  4. I can get behind that. For unknown reasons, our kid isn't a huge fan of the goats. I love Tilden Park :

  5. I recommend visiting with the kids. Make sure to bring celery or lettuce to feed the animals as nothing else is allowed, and they don't sell it here. I'm sure you won't need it because you'll be occupied with what this amazing place has to offer.

  6. I can't wait until the next time I come back. And bring lots of it! Couple of comments: filmed over almost a decade, this documentary is photographed and directed by John Chester, and it feels almost like a home movie.

  7. First, it's free. An older white male who was working around training a younger male on feeding the cows. It was too funny.

  8. There is also a carousel up the street that my kids enjoyed. This little farm is located in the Berkeley hills. Just be careful going up the steep uphill to get to the place. The Farm is adjacent to the EEC. On top of this the farm is very close for entertainment of the children and of course adults.

  9. You can also buy food, drinks and snacks here. A decade or so is condensed in 92 min. We have been here twice.

  10. Cows, sheep, goats, pigs, bunnies, geese, ducks, chickens, and a turkey. There are sinks located outside of these to wash your hands if you've fed any of the animals. I first came here with my boyfriend in college and we had a picnic and brought some extra celery from Berkeley bowl for the animals. They end up in Moorpark, an hour north of Los Angeles My niece's enjoyed our visit here, feeding the animals.

  11. The movie finally opened this weekend at my local art-house theater here in Cincinnati, and I couldn't wait to see it. The main feature for the farm are its animals - 3 cows, a pig and her 2 juvenile pigs, goats, sheep, and bunnies! There was no signal or service. It was super tasty! Cows, sheep, goats, pigs, bunnies, geese, ducks, chickens, and a turkey.

  12. I can't wait to go back! I know little ones would love it too. The animals include cows, pigs, rabbits, chicken, geese, sheep, goats, and rams.

  13. The animals include cows, pigs, rabbits, chicken, geese, sheep, goats, and rams. During one of John's camera shooting projects, he ends up adopting a black lab, Todd, from the shelter, and it's not long thereafter that John and Molly are in essence forced to move from their apartment as Todd won't stop barking, and they decide to their dream of farming. Her daughter is a year younger so she was afraid of the animals. One suggestion would be to bring lettuce and carrots to feed the animals! I've seem people attending birthday parties with inflatable Jumpies.

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