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Sat, Jun 15

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Blackberry Creek Farm Animal Sanctuary

Public Tour

Join us at Blackberry Creek Farm Animal Sanctuary on June 15th for a guided, educational tour of the sanctuary with animal meet-and-greets, rescue stories, and information about how to help farmed animals. Sign Up Coming Soon!

Public Tour
Public Tour

Time & Location

Jun 15, 2024, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM

Blackberry Creek Farm Animal Sanctuary, 1170 Pinecroft Rd, Colfax, CA 95713, USA

About the event

Farm Fun for the Whole Family! 

Join us at Blackberry Creek Farm Animal Sanctuary for a guided, educational tour of the sanctuary with animal meet-and-greets, rescue stories, and information about how to help farmed animals! 

Please note while we will visit the habitat of each species, we are not a petting zoo and offer agency to all of our residents. As such,interaction with the animals who live there will be based on their choice.

Registration is a $20 donation/person (children 2 and under are free).

*We want our visits to be accessible to everyone. If you have a financial hardship please inquire at info@blackberrycreek.org for scholarship options.

 Other Important Info... 

  • Children: To ensure the best possible experience for your group and our animals, we ask you please plan for atleast a 1:2 ratio of adults to children for their safety and that of the animals.
  • Mindfulness: The sanctuary is meant to be a true place of peace for the animals. Please come with an openmind and quiet voices and prepare to be delighted by the life-changing experience of meeting these magicalfriends up close.
  • Waiver/Photo Release - Please sign our safety waiver and photo release online before arriving at the sanctuaryso that we can get started with the tour right away.
  • Vegan Policy - Out of respect for the animal residents and our mission of kindness, animal products (meat,dairy, eggs, honey, etc.) are not permitted on sanctuary grounds. Thank you for understanding.
  • Cancellation  - Visitor Day bookings are non-refundable, but with advanced notice, we can certainly transferyour tickets to our Spring Visitor Day should you be unable to attend.Closed Toed Shoes - For your own safety please wear closed-toed shoes to the sanctuary. Tennis shoesare fine, and we suggest boots when it's muddy if possible. ADA Options - Please let us know in advance if you have any persons with disabilities in your group thatrequire access to an ADA restroom, etc. 

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