Muscoot is an early-1900s interpretive farm. WE ARE NOT A PETTING ZOO.
During your visit, you can:
- Visit our 50+ animals by walking up to their pens or inside their barns. We have cows, horses, donkeys, sheep, goats, chickens, turkeys, ducks, and pigs.
- View historic buildings such as the milk house, the ice house, the brooder house, and the carriage house.
- Attend one of our special events or educational programs. (See our calendar)
- Hike 6+ miles of scenic trails to observe local wildlife.
- Visit our concession stand (open seasonally) or bring a picnic.
Rules for Touring the Farm
- For the safety of you and our animals, there is NO petting or the animals. Why? We are a free park with hundreds of visitors every day, all with germs! We like to keep our animals healthy by limiting exposure to germs.
- There is NO feeding the animals. The animals have a prescribed diet and are cared for daily by the farm staff. Foreign foods, even common plants, can cause choking, illness, and death. PLEASE RESPECT THIS POLICY FOR THE SAFETY OF THE ANIMALS.
- Please use indoor voices throughout the farm. Loud noises can scare or stress the animals.