Hello! We are excited to provide our community with a safe, enjoyable farm experience that has inspired children and adults for over 30 years! Check-out what you can expect!
On your next visit to the Critter Barn, Check-in at the WELCOME TENT when you arrive and receive your Critter Barn wrist band and directions. Masks are required for indoors, per the Governor. Masks outside are only required for close proximity situations.To keep visitors safe while walking at the farm, we ask you to park on the shoulder of Adams Street. Only persons with handicap parking ID or a special need may use the lot.
Click HERE to purchase your Covid-Relief-Fund Admission tickets.
10am-12pm & 2pm-6pm
This year we are asking for a $5 Admission to support our animals and staff. Families of 5+ may use the Family Rate of $20.
This Fund will go directly to feed and care for our animals!
Come meet our rabbits, chickens, ducks, cats, hogs, cows, sheep, goats, turkeys, pot-bellied pigs, geese, donkey and horse!
There are always amazing things going on at Critter Barn. Click Here to see our upcoming Events.
Each year, over 7,000 students join in Farm classes and Field Trips that teach about farm animals, animal care, and agriculture. These key programs provide entertaining lessons and interactive learning experiences that focus on life on a farm and how our food is raised: "from the ground to the table."
Additionally, hundreds of youth help Critter Barn's staff run the farm as Crew volunteers. This provides real “hands-on” education as young people in Critter Camp care for the animals and share their knowledge with visitors.
Over 100,000 people experience Critter Barn each year, at the farm, and around West Michigan. Last year, our Farm on the Go! made 115 trips to schools, community events, retirement homes, churches, and company picnics, reaching over 40,000 people, while annual attendance at our 3-acre farm was over 65,000.
People have personal encounters with the farm animals and enjoy delightful lessons, engaging demonstrations, and amusing stories that educate and enlighten them about farming and the role of agriculture in our lives.