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Ardenwood Historic Farm

34600 Ardenwood Blvd


Andrea Arrescurrenaga

Friday, June 8, 2018
We come here every year! Love the nature and the animals. Love the little train right and how they show us farm life how it used to be. Take a lunch and have a family picnic.

Jered Fewx

Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018
Wonderful working farm with beautiful farm house, fields, barns, etc. Great for kids with animal feedings at 3PM. They have chickens, sheep, goats, cows, horses, and bunnies and have some really great events. This is an awesome place in Autumn. Make this place a family tradition for you and your kids. We've built some really great memories here. There is an entrance fee, but if you get the East Bay Regional Park annual pass it's free (except when they have special events). Fantastic place for a wedding, by the way.

Master Maggie Li

Sunday, April 1, 2018
Fun place for toddlers and pre-k kids. Flat, stroller-friendly roads with space for kids to run around and explore. There were many lamb and goats (with horns cut-off?) in the petting zoo area. It was apparently mating season for the peacocks so we heard lots of noise and saw one male peacock opening his fan. It was an amazing experience for adults as well as kids 😉 This farm is conveniently located right off of 84. It closes at 4PM. Entrance fee is $3/person.

Lauren Hart

Sunday, May 13, 2018
Love this place! A great place for kids to run around, picnic, see farm animals, and learn some local history. The little train is fun but it's been out of commission both times we've been this spring.

Tiffany Haynes

Sunday, April 15, 2018
Great, open space for kids and families. Can bring a little picnic or get snacks at the farm house cafe (they even sell coffee and wine). Sheep, goats, peacocks, chickens, pigs, some beautiful flower gardens. A little area to play Cornhole.

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