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Goats on the Roof, Tiger

Categories: Mountains, Fun & Games, Food & Drink, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
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4.1/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web
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  • We love stopping by here and getting fudge and snacks and seeing the goats! I love the garlic flavored sesame snacks they have and they also have a grill and ice cream! You can buy feed and feed the g...  read more »
  • Passed by this place and had to turn around. Fun stop for kids you can buy goat food at the registrar it was inexpensive. They have ice cream, fudge and burgers. 
  • Little kids probably love this, but our 15-year-old grandson found it so goofy it was fun. He bought some junk, enjoyed feeding the goats by pedaling (gotta see to understand). I bought some jarred fo...  read more »
  • It's free! Can't give it a bad review . If you want to see goats on the roof, this is probably the only place on earth. They do have a thing called "nitro ice cream", that awesome. They actually make your ice cream to order! and it taste great!
  • The coaster is GREAT, but my only complaint is that I wish you got more bang for your buck. I would like to see two rides for the price you pay to ride once. With that said, we really did enjoy the ride.
  • One of a dying breed of roadside attractions and well worth a visit. Kids will love "mining" and feeding the goats. Adults and kids alike will have fun watching ice cream being made on the spot and the resulting billowing clouds from the liquid nitrogen. Stop here, stretch your legs, feed a goat, grab a snack, and pick up a kitschy souvenir or two; you won't be sorry.
  • Cute touristy place with goats on the roof to interact with. They also have Amish goods to buy. My favorite part was the freshly made liquid nitrogen frozen ice cream. Worth a quick visit.
  • We drove 45 minutes out of our way to get ice cream here. Everything we saw on line said they were open till 6. We pulled in at 5:30. By the time we got unloaded and to the store we were told that the "cafe"/ice cream shop closed at 5:30. We literally missed it by minutes! My kids were very disappointed! The guy told us that they couldn't serve any ice cream because it was already all put up. He went on to explain that the cafe closes early because it takes so much longer to close down than the store. Apparently it only takes 5 minutes to close down.
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