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Goat Hikes

Join us for a stroll in the woods, with goats on leads and some roaming free as we hike through the farm’s woods. These events will include a meet & greet other animals if they are on the farm such as with the goats, llama, sheep, dogs, etc. Some events will have a theme. We will provide goat treats to each participant and teach you more about goats and life on the farm. The walk will be a little over a mile round-trip on gravel (or snowy) and hilly terrain. If conditions are too icy for the goats we will take an alternate route down a side street. The event is about an hour and we’ll be going at “goat” speed. Not advised for kids under 5 yrs old, since the adult goats we use on these hikes have horns. No large bags, strollers, or outside animals allowed. Group size is ~15 people.

Wear: Appropriate shoes and clothes for a farm are required, which means wearing clothes/shoes you don’t mind getting a little dirty. BYO Snowshoes or other snow traction, as needed, but snowshoes are not required and we will just “hike” if there is no fresh snow.

Upcoming Events: 
Sat Feb 29th, 1:30PM Private Goat Hike – Northshore Women’s Group
Sat, Feb 29th, 3:00PM Barn Tour to Meet Baby Lambs & Goat Snow Hike
(Sold Out)
Sat, Feb 29th, 4:30PM Barn Tour to Meet Baby Lambs & Goat Snow Hike (Sold Out)
Fri, March 13th, 6:00PM Say Goodnight to Baby Lambs & Evening Goat Hike (Sold Out)

Sat, March 14th 8:00AM Wake-up with Baby Lambs & Morning Goat Hike (Sold Out)

Wed, April 1st 6:00PM April Fool’s Day Goat Hike
Tue, April 7th 6:00PM Full Moon Night Goat Hike
Wed, April 15th 6:00PM Tax Day Goat Hike

Location: Goats To Go at Great Rock Farm, 201 Pond St Georgetown, MA

Tickets: $23 per person. Discount Package for Family/Group – $90. Ages 6-11 are allowed with adult participation. All attendees must have a ticket. Advanced Registration Only. Goat treats provided.


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Goats To Go * 201 Pond St Georgetown, MA 01833 * 978-352-0589 *
Great Rock Farm — Established in 1978.