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Tilden Park Little Farm

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Central Park Dr, Berkeley, CA
+1 888-327-2757
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Pro Trip bring Iceberg Lettuce

So this place is AWESOME POSSUM for little ones. They have cows (which are huge if you've never... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Esther C
Oakland, California
Nice little farm for kids and adults

We stopped by this farm on our way to Tilden park for a hike. Our daughters - both young adults... read more

Reviewed 8 October 2017
Fremont, California
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Central Park Dr, Berkeley, CA
+1 888-327-2757
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

So this place is AWESOME POSSUM for little ones. They have cows (which are huge if you've never seen them in real life), goats, sheep, chicken, ducks, pigs, bunnies. All of which you can feed. Most parents don't realize you can feed the animals and...More

Thank Esther C
Reviewed 8 October 2017 via mobile

We stopped by this farm on our way to Tilden park for a hike. Our daughters - both young adults wanted to see these farm animals (go figure!). There were cows, goats and sheep and a huge pen with chickens and ducks. There was a...More

Thank Qualitypro3336
Reviewed 14 September 2017

A great teaching experience for kids. The Little farm at Tilden Park is a part of many kids in Berkeley, Oakland and Albany. It shows a bit of a wider world than just our urban area.

Thank sdkimbrough
Reviewed 29 August 2017

Been there for quite a few times, its a great place to take the kids out for a full day or half a day stroll. The little farm allows you to feed the animals and there are hiking trails all over the place of a...More

Thank Franco0311
Reviewed 17 August 2017

This area of Tilden Park is a popular local gathering of young children and parents who enjoy seeing farm animals and feeding them. You need to bring "greens--celery works best or lettuce" to feed the cows, goats, sheep and horses. This is my grandson's (just...More

Thank Kent S
Reviewed 16 August 2017

Brought our celery to feed the animals and it was fun for all. Also helps the park save $$ on animal feed. Nice visitor center with restrooms.

Thank TheBel
Reviewed 30 May 2017

Do you want a taste of the country without the hassle of a long drive? Then head to the hills of Berkely to the Little Farm that is withinTilden Park. There are barnyard animals, trukeys strutting about, Jewell Lake adjacent, benches, and a dirt road...More

Thank GlobalGypsy_13
Reviewed 26 May 2017

The little farm is wonderful for little kids. Take either lettuce or celery to feed the cows, goats and sheep, and enjoy watching the pigs wallow and the ducks and geese strut across the yard. The bunnies are adorable, but don't feed them. Nicely maintained....More

Thank Robb1n419
Reviewed 23 May 2017 via mobile

Haven't been for many years. But I know they've gradually cleaned it up and improved it. It is small with many animals and the children can get up close and Pat a cow, a goat a rabbit and so on. It is a very friendly...More

1  Thank peggymendelson
Reviewed 19 May 2017

Nice place to visit with kids on a sunny day. Make sure you bring celery and lettuce along so you can feed the animals.

Thank TJ_Pune
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