Goat hikes happening every weekend at Simmons Farm

Posted 9/21/22

When nature calls (literally), head over to Simmons Farm in Middletown for a two-hour goat hike around the historic family-owned farm. Led by farmer Karla and her crew of adventurous, spirited …

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Goat hikes happening every weekend at Simmons Farm

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When nature calls (literally), head over to Simmons Farm in Middletown for a two-hour goat hike around the historic family-owned farm. Led by farmer Karla and her crew of adventurous, spirited goats, you'll get your own goat to walk on a leash along the designated trail.

Stop along the way to feed your goat a treat and to take in stunning views of the preserved farmland, and conclude your journey with a cup of hot chocolate. Hikes last about an hour and a half.

General Admission tickets gets your own goat to walk on a leash and allows you to bring up to 2 children 9 and under. To book a hike, click here.

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