Visit our Animals
|VISIT OUR ANIMALS|
|Sat & Sun||Tues – Sun||Sat & Sun|
|10am – 4pm||10am – 4pm||10am – 4pm|
|Open Memorial Day||Closed Mondays||Open Labor Day|
Charmingfare Farm is home to many traditional agricultural animals you would expect to see on a farm. Children will enjoy the Oakhurst Dairy Discovery Barn, home to our large hands-on petting area. After visiting with the farm animals you will follow the paths leading into the woods and there you’ll encounter our wildlife exhibits; home to some of North America’s greatest predators. Throughout the day various rides, demonstrations and activities are offered. Be sure to pack a picnic lunch and spend the day with us and enjoy our animals.
|Included in your Admission Ticket…
On the farm, we’ve got alpacas, beef cattle, chickens, dairy cattle, donkeys, draft horses, ducks, emu, geese, llamas, miniature horses, Katahdin hair sheep, Nigerian miniature goats, Old English baby doll sheep, oxen, peacocks, pigs, ponies, rabbits, saddle horses and turkeys.
Some of our wildlife residents include black bears, a Bactrian camel, cougar, eagle owl, grey fox, lynx, porcupine, raccoon, red-tailed hawk, fallow deer and skunks.
For teachers, we have Field Trips available. You will find endless educational opportunities for your students all over the farm. Charmingfare is also a perfect place to have your child’s Birthday Party. Check it out!
Rides that are running the day of your visit are included in your admission price, and are unlimited. Please be sure to note the time of operations. Rides may not operate due to weather (including heat).
Special Zoo Events
Through out the summer Charmingfare Farm offers events for families to enjoy. There are many Special Events for you to consider attending year round.
Charmingfare Farm is for the most part wheel chair accessible. If you have any concerns or questions please do not hesitate to call 603 483-5623 x100. We are always willing to accommodate request to the best of our ability.
Parking for Charmingfare Farm is FREE for all. There is plenty of room for campers and buses.
No pets are allowed on the grounds and we are sorry but there are no kennel facilities. Certified guide/service dogs are welcomed.
General Admission to visit the animals closes for the season on Sunday, September 25, 2016. The farm does offer other events and activities through the year that may allow you the option to visit with the animals. Please explore our website for other opportunities.
* Weather permitting