Moorpark Animal Center

Our Animal Center is open! All of our animals are on display including our baby goats, chicks, baby poults, Pete the baby pig, Sassy the mini cow, ponies, alpacas, emus, chickens, ducks, baby turkeys, sheep, bunnies, birds, Chocolate the donkey, our Percherons and Scottish Highland cattle! Play structures & feeding/petting are now open as well as many activities listed below.

SPECIAL EVENT
Fall Harvest on the Farm
September 25 - October 31

Gate Admission Weekdays:
$10.00 - Monday - Friday

Gate Admission Weekends:
September 25 & 26 - Customer Appreciation Weekend
General Admission - $16.00

October 2 & 3- Friends of the Farm Weekend (Public Safety Weekend)
General Admission - $16.00

October 9 & 10 - Farm Country Weekend
General Admission - $22.00

October 16 & 17 - Antique Tractor Weekend
General Admission - $22.00

October 23 & 24 - Wild West Weekend
General Admission - $22.00

October 30 & 31 - All About Pumpkins Weekend
General Admission - $16.00

Children UNDER 2 and parking are FREE. Seniors (65+), Military, Veterans, & Emergency 1st Responders receive $2 admission discount daily (w/ valid ID). Does not apply to on-line ticket

Please see Fall Harvest on the Farm page for additional information on admission and activities Sept. 25 - Oct. 31
→ If you are planning on visiting our farm on 10/16, 17, 23, & 24, please know that these are the 2 busiest weekends on the farm and there may be delays. Please be patient and kind with others and our staff and plan accordingly for arrival and departure.
→ We have one entrance and exit onto the farm and are working with our Ventura County Sheriff's Department and with guidance of Moorpark CHP to keep the flow of traffic moving while also maintaining pedestrian and vehicle safety. Only park in designated areas.
On-line ticket holders will move to their own line after security check. Please have bags ready to check and do not bring weapons, alcohol, cigarettes or e-cigarettes, coolers, or inappropriate costumes. No dogs or outside animals allowed! Please see info below.
 Discounted on-line tickets for Sept. 25 & 26, Oct. 2, 3, 30, & 31 were available for purchase 8/25 - 9/24 only
→ Season pass holders receive free admission Monday - Friday and on Customer Appreciation Weekend Sept. 25 & 26. Admission is 1/2 off for pass holders on all other weekends.  Season pass discount cannot be applied to on-line tickets. Season passes can be purchased that day at the gate and free discount will be applied to admission.

› Wagon rides included with admission

› Pull wagons available (first come/first served)

› For more information on items to Pick This Week

› Please visit our Admission's page for daily activities taking place.

Season Passes available for purchase at the gate or On-line.

› Please visit our Events page for Special Event pricing.

› Please visit our FAQ page for guidelines and precautions before visiting the farm

Mask covering the nose and mouth must be worn by all visitors 2+ in our Country Store located within the Fall Harvest on the Farm site as per the County of Ventura & CDPH mandate. Please be considerate of others. Partitions between our team members and customers at check in/check out and our ticket windows will be in place. We will be following all guidance from our state and county on rules and regulations. Please visit the County of Ventura or California Public Health Websites for more information and any exemptions. 

PLEASE NOTE: No Dogs/Outside Animals in Farm Market or on the Farm! This is per USDA, State and County Food Safety Laws. Service, Guide or Signal Dogs accompanying an owner ONLY. All service, signal or guide dog owners will be required to fill out a form approved by the ADA acknowledging their dog is in fact a service, guide or signal dog and state the service their dog provides. Contact information of the owner and information on the dog must be provided along with a signature agreeing to the owner's responsibility of that dog while on the property. At any time, we have the right to exclude any service, signal or guide dog that is out of control and can't be placed under control by the owner or if the dog is not housebroken. Emotional Support, Therapy Animals, and puppies are not ADA Service Animals. Service Dog fraud is a crime. Please see our FAQ page regarding an owner knowingly and fraudulently representing themselves, through verbal or written notice, to be the owner or trainer of any canine licensed as, to be qualified as, or identified as, a guide, signal, or service dog, under California Penal Code 365.7.Please see our FAQ page regarding knowingly and fraudulently representing himself or herself, through verbal or written notice, to be the owner or trainer of any canine licensed as, to be qualified as, or identified as, a guide, signal, or service dog, under California Penal Code 365.7.

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