Wagon tours take about one hour. Usually
the wagons depart within 15-20 minutes after your arrival time based upon how
busy we are. Wagon rides are from 9am - 3:30pm.
School Field Trips
Rolling Ridge Ranch can easily accommodate your school's field trip, family outing, or church outing. Call today to arrange your group's visit.
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Our guests say it best!
"Making awesome memories!"
I can't express enough how much fun we had today! A little bit of everything for everybody! Plus we were made to feel so welcome....the wagon driver was so friendly! Allowing the children to take turns "driving" the wagon-and each child getting applause after their turn was over! There were no strangers on the wagon by the end of the tour!! Feeding the animals up close ...and then holding the baby animals in the petting zoo was an awesome experience for all of us! My husband and I went there today with our daughter, our son-in-law, and our grandchildren...and it was an experience that we hated to see come to an end! We will definitely be back...along with even more family members! Thank you so much for our beautiful day! ~ Trip Advisor user
"So Much Fun!!"
This was so much fun. My Grand Daughter had a blast, Mom and Grandmomma did too! ~ Trip Advisor user
"HUGE open air petting zoo!!"
My 10 year old loves animals so we decided to take him to the Rolling Ridge Ranch. We took the horse drawn wagon ride through the ranch which is well worth the 15.95 per adult and 10.95 children 3-12 and senior citizens 65 and over. At first I was tempted to turn around because of the price, but I'm glad we stayed. The 1 hour ride takes you through the rolling terrain of the ranch where you see, feed and pet various sometimes exotic animals. We saw and got to pet our very first z-donk...which is a cross between a zebra and donkey. I took amazing pictures of a Switzerland Highland cow and her calf, a yak, a HUGE Watusi bull and various lamas, emus, ostriches, deer and Texas long horn bulls. The cool part is that our driver would stop allowing us to feed and pet these animals. I'm a little skittish around large animals, but all of these were very tame. This is definitely an attraction that we'll visit next time in Holmes County ~ Trip Advisor user
"DO NOT drive your car through the park"
Absolutely the best way to enjoy this hour of extremely kid friendly fun is from the horse drawn cart. A car will suffer from up close contact with horned and antlered animals. A couple of draft horses and a very knowledgable guide will keep you stocked on feed while you wend your way through the 68+ acres of non-predators. Hungry animals will not hesitate to separate you from your feed bucket given the chance, so hold on! A must visit for children, young and young at heart. Also make sure you spend some time in the enclosure for home-made ice cream, ducklings, petting all sorts of animals, and other surprises. ~ Trip Advisor user
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