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Split Creek Farm, Anderson

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  • Went to visit Split Creek with a 3yr old that had a blast. He loved seeing the goats, bulls, roosters and chickens on the property. Being able to pet a baby goat and getting a small stuffed goat toy a...  more »
  • Split Creek Farm is a picturesque spot in rural Anderson County. It is very laid back. You just drive in and stroll around while being respectful of the posted rules to not feed the animals or enter t...  more »
  • This is a must for fresh goat cheese or feta. Quirky, small farm with every kind of nature right where you walk through. Don't be afraid to ask anyone working there about the different kinds of goats ...  more »
  • My parents and myself visited the farm on the Spring Means Babies Festival. The staff was incredibly helpful to us. My dad is in a wheelchair and they offered to give us a ride from the parking area to the festival area. We couldn't have brought him without their help. We had such an enjoyable day amongst the farm animals. Great people, great food and some great memories. Thanks again. Y'all are amazing!
  • I see many folks rate this place highly, but I have to differ a bit. I was really unimpressed with the whole think. My children had a good time petting the goats, and they did have a good selection of goat milk products. However, not a single employee said a word to us the entire time we were there. And although it is an active farm, it was still kinda dirty and rundown looking (in my opinion). I wish i could have rated it better because I like to support small business when I can.
  • Goats! This is a cute little farm with a gift shop that sells local honey, goat cheese and snacks, t shirts and trinkets. The prices are a little high, but it's a neat experience.
  • Had the best day ever we had a awesome time that day we will come back some day and have a great day like we did that day
  • I love it here. You can go around petting the animals (goats, dogs, cats and a few pigs) and buy delicious goat products from the small store that they keep. It is absolutely wonderful to just hang out for a little bit and enjoy being around all of the animals.