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Lemos Farm, Half Moon Bay

(3.4/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • 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 »
  • We took our entire family to Lemos Farm for pony rides and the kids had a wonderful time. This is a great location for a birthday party or just a day out with the family. They have created a very kid ...  more »
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  • This was a very fun place. We past by and had to do a U turn because it looked so freaking awesome! You got cowboy themed things, painted faces, farm/barn/rodeo type of thing going on and it was definitely awesome. We walked around and didn't pay anything but clearly noticed that it is more of a place were kids do birthday parties and go on a lazy afternoon to have some fun. Recommended
  • Driving along route 1 we almost completely drove past it. Luckily we were able to do a quick u-turn and pull up and have a look around. It's only a small little place but it's super cute! Young children can take pony rides and there are also goats to feed. We stopped by at the tail end of September and they had pumpkins for sale and a haunted house for kids to go into as well. In terms of things for adults, there's not a whole lot but it's definitely a cute place to take photos and if you have kids it's wonderful.
  • 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.
  • I visited this place for my friend's son 1st birthday party and it is a lot of fun. Bunch of farm animals that kids can play with Kama rides that they can take as well as space is available for rent if you have a party. one thing to keep in mind Half Moon Bay weather is much colder than rest of Bay Area it is usually foggy and chill here so make sure do have extra warm clothes.
  • Goat and sheep feeding, Pony ride ( go around and around in a circle), two bouncy houses, train ride and hay ride around Halloween. The Halloween train ride is a bit tired. Needs upkeep. But young kids will not notice and still enjoy.