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Ioka Valley Farm, Hancock

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Ioka Valley Farm is located in Hancock. To visit Ioka Valley Farm on your holiday in Hancock, and find out what else Hancock has to offer, use our Hancock vacation trip planner.
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  • I went here with my family of 4 while staying at Wyndham Bentley Brook resort. It is less than a mile away from the resort. We saw a sign for a pancake breakfast so we figured we would give it a try. ...  more »
  • My kids had fun feeding the animals here, and it was only a mile away from where we stayed at Vacation Village. We picked up some local jams and maple syrup as gifts. Will visit again for breakfast ne...  more »
  • Love the cows and the maple butter. The pancake breakfast is not to miss. Such a fun place and a great way to pass a morning when it's too warm to ski.  more »
  • Had the most perfect fall day here! Everything from pigs, chicken, goat, sheep, alpacas and even the cows get to roam free on the hillside of property. Everyone is escorted on a hayride to a true pumpkin patch in a corn field. We were sad that the cider donuts ran out right before we got to the register. Overall it's a great place to bring kids.
  • Picturesque farm with very friendly staff when we went to buy a Christmas tree last year.
  • Great place to visit. It doesn't matter how old you are, you will enjoy being there. Watching lamb, piglets, and chicks are truly amazing.
  • Great place for the kids. Best maple syrup this side of the Mississippi.
  • The free stuff is lame, like the hay ride takes you across the busy street and drops you on the other side, that's it. The corn maze is not a maze, it's literally a U shaped walk. But if you pay the $5 for the all day wristband, you'll have a BLAST! Also food is overpriced and not very good.