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Lemos Farm, Half Moon Bay

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  • we go to get our pumpkins here. Lots of things to do for the kids, pony rides, hay rides. The Kodak moments and areas are fantastic.  more »
  • Lemos Farm offers a great variety of thins to do for the kids. They have pony rides, jumpers, a feed the goats area, and much more!  more »
  • We spotted this place randomly driving back from Half Moon Bay, and thought was a good stop over for the kid (6 years old). For $15 for the kid and $5 per adult you get to pet and feed ($1) the animal...  more »
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  • Great place for kids. Free entry. The best to take a day pass for entertainments. 1 kid + 1 adult $20
  • Awesome place for kids to have fun. Pony ride and feeding goat was great. Will be a frequent visitor now.. :-)
  • We spotted this place randomly driving back from Half Moon Bay, and thought was a good stop over for the kid (6 years old). For $15 for the kid and $5 per adult you get to pet and feed ($1) the animals, ride a pony, a train and go on a short hay ride. It's cash only. The farm has plenty of spots for pictures, a bouncing house and it seems they organize kids parties. There were other activities like a haunted house and laser tag, but were closed, probably due to the season. Same with pumpkin patch and Christmas trees. To be honest, it felt like the ponies were extremely sad, but the kids weren't. Your call.
  • Really run down and dirty. The bathrooms where the most disgusting thing we have ever seen. Doesnt look like staff takes any pride at all. I don't like leaving bad reviews but this one is necessary. The kids had fun on pony ride and backhoe in cage.
  • As this place has grown and expanded, it has started offering less for more money. It used to be a long guided pony ride in a pen that spanned the front of the property, now the poor ponies are tied to a small circular carousel. Feeding the goats used to cost a quarter and now it's a dollar. The train rides and hay rides will each cost you $16 for a family and of four and for that you get a short, unremarkable ride around the property in either a hay lined flatbed truck or a slow little train. A small cup of popcorn will set you back $2.50. A family trip here adds up quick and it's not really worth what you're getting. They have done a great job of decorating, I'll give then that. It makes for a festive environment and nice photo op. I've been coming here yearly for the last 4 years on trips to Half Moon Bay, but I'll be researching other stops to make with the kids next trip.