My kids want to live on a farm now after visiting the Spicy Lamb Farm for Lambing Days this weekend. There is something about the joy of baby animals that puts a smile on your face, and actually holding the baby animals produces lots of giggles, huge smiles, and fun times. It’s what memories are made of. This Spring, I highly encourage you to take your family to the Spicy Lamb Farm for their Lambing Days. It will become a favorite family tradition.
Easter Activity in Akron, Ohio area, Lambing Days in Peninsula, Ohio
I told you about the Spicy Farm Lambing Days earlier but I had no idea how much fun my family would have. I just had to share pictures so you could sort of get an idea of what it is all about. This isn’t an event for the onlookers, you’ll want to get right in on the action. There were so many animals to adore, pet, and hold including sheep, lambs, bunnies, puppies, chicks, ducklings, and horses. 40 sheep are expecting, so the farm could easily have 42 or more lambs this Spring!
Plan a trip to the Spicy Lamb Farm this weekend through April 17, 2011. Saturdays from 9-11am and Sundays from 2-4pm. Pricing is only $5 per person with a $20 max for families. This includes hot apple cider, cookies, and other snacks too.
Spicy Lamb Farm in Peninsula, Ohio
The farm is part of the Cuyahoga Valley Countryside Conservancy. They raise Dorset sheep and have started an orchard with organic varieties of apple, pears, and plums. And, we have a spicy herb/vegetable garden, wildflowers, and pumpkins. Groups can make appointments for other times for farm tours.
The Spicy Lamb Farm, LLC
6560 Akron-Peninsula Road
Peninsula, Ohio 44264
(Go to Spicy Lamb Farm for directions, don’t trust your GPS on this one!)
This was not a paid post. My own opinions were used based on my perceptions and experience. Thank you to Spicy Lamb Farm who provided the tickets for review.