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Superstition Farm, Mesa
(4.2/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • Very interesting, clean environment. People were very helpful and friendly...horses were beautiful and definitely cared for. buildings were in excellent shape// beautiful surroundings....prices were g...  more »
  • We took our nephew and niece here today (6yrs old and almost 4yrs old) and they loved it. We spent about 2 hours and ten minutes here which was a good amount of time. The kids were infatuated with the...  more »
  • We throughly enjoyed our visit! The staff was wonderful and the animals were friendly. The tour was worth the money and includes goat feed and the milk bar! 
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  • I love this place! They are all so friendly and sell some amazing items! Their milk is so rich and flavorful. I always look forward to my weekly trip to get milk, butter and cheese. Next time my nephew comes into town I will be for sure taking him here!
  • What a fantastic, family-run farm! A wonderful, authentic experience where you can feel the love and hard-work that has gone into making this place so very special. My 3-year-old son was in heaven! Hay ride & dairy tour, feeding/petting friendly animals, milk tasting (yum), and cute shop with farm-fresh ice cream and eggs! There's something "Field of Dreams" about this place and if you can't root for this hard-working family then who can you root for? Go, you will not be sorry!
  • Mostly outside but was a neat experience to see and pet all the goats and sheep. We also ventured over to the cows which were a trip! We bought some local ice cream and steak shaped lollipops.
  • We went on a free admission day and was very disappointed with the entire experience. My 4 and 2 year old did have a great time feeding the animals, but that was the only good thing about the trip. The whole thing is disorganized, at different 'stations' cash was acceptable but at others you had to have a different colored token. When we went to ride the horses (which both kids were so excited for!) they were rude and after waiting in the sun for their break to be over, we were told that the # of tokens that was on the sign only applied on a certain day (nothing like that was on the sign) and my husband couldn't ride with our 2 year old. Both kids were broken hearted! The horses were not small and could have easily held a grown man and a tiny little girl but she couldn't have gotten up there on her own... We never even got on the hay ride and the food was just awful and of course over priced! The only kids food was a hot dog which was shriveled and old and the bun was so crusty they couldn't even eat it (the pulled pork was really quite terrible also) The milk that came with it was just as disappointing (esp coming from a dairy!) Our experience left us frustrated with the waste of time and money!
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