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Indian Point Ostrich Ranch, Tehachapi

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • After moving to the town, we wanted to see what was around. We saw a sign for the ostrich ranch and our curiosities were peaked. We entered the main office area and were greeted by the staff who expla...  more »
  • Great place. I have never been near any ostrich. We went there with my grandson. He loved it. A lot of learning and information we never new. We bought food and fed them. Also bought a ostrich egg to ...  more »
  • Worth the drive from Tehachapi if you're in the area with kids. We got to feed the Ostrich and learned a few new things on our visit.  more »
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  • We had a fantastic time, twice. We visited in August when our daughter's friend came to visit and just now in September when my mother came to visit. The first time CJ gave us the tour, he was hilarious, the kids loved him and learned so much. The second time Liz showed us around and she was super sweet, she drove my mother around in a golf cart because my mother had recently had surgery. The tour was still interesting and informative the second time around, the chicks had grown so much! We fed the Ostriches both times which was a lot of fun for all six kids. A big thumbs up!
  • Quick little detour there. Got to feed the ostriches and see them up close. Very impressive animals. Was definitely worth the visit.
  • Giving two stars generously. This place has gone down hill quickly! They are trying to unload it/ sell. So that may be why they don't care about the quality of your experience. Drove 4 hours to go! Their website says they are open till 5 pm. We arrived at 4:03 pm. C.J. was the only one there running the place. He was very short and rude. Told us he wasn't doing any more tours that day, but we could feed them for $2 a bowl. Gave us the bowls and that was it. Last time they walked us out to the feeding area and gave us a brief tour. Nothing this time. C.J. couldn't be bothered. So we go to return the bowls and another family walks in at 4:24 pm. As we hand c.j. the bowls the other family asks for a tour and he says yes!!! I couldn't believe it! Completely disgusted by this biased behavior!!! I recommend you don't waste your time and money on the current state of this business. It blew my mind how much this place went downhill. They are trying to sell it to someone who will take the business and move it to a new location. I will wait and see if that happens, and maybe try to go again then. Such a waste of a day. Thanks C.J.
  • I'm torn between 2 or 3 stars. It was a lang drive out to see 3 ostriches and play in a nasty little playground. On the other had no one was there and it had a nice bathroom.
  • This is definitely a place to check out if you are in the area. It's free to walk around and look at the ostrich. I definitely recommend spending the $3 to feed them though.