Places for the best petting zoo New Jersey. We loved taking the kids to petting farms when they were smaller. Playful lambs in the spring, cute piglets, goats and all sorts of chickens and geese the rest of the year!
So, let’s take a look at the Best Places for Petting Farms in NJ.
Abma’s Farm Market, Greenhouse & Petting Zoo
700 Lawlins Rd, Wyckoff, NJ 07481
Come on down to the farm and visit our Barnyard Petting Zoo at Abma’s Farm! “Visit our goats, sheep, alpaca, donkeys, ponies, bunnies, pigs, and more! Check out one of a kind features like our goat walk, duck pond, and ‘Bunnyville’.
The Barnyard is a fun and educational experience for the whole family to enjoy. All ages are welcome! Open all year round.
Our goats, sheep, cows, and alpaca love snacking on animal crackers. Our bunnies love snacking on carrot tops. Please only feed them the tops; carrots themselves contain too much sugar for bunnies.
If you would like to feed the animals, you may purchase animal crackers and carrot tops (must purchase whole carrots) from our market. We also have an Abma’s Farm feed bucket for purchase at the Barnyard. Bring your bucket back every time you visit for a refill!”
Lots of Love Farm
1928 Corkery Ln, Williamstown, NJ 08094
Atlantic Farm Market
1506 Atlantic Ave, Manasquan, NJ 08736
Atlantic Farm Market was “purchased in 2020, the Torode family owns and operates Atlantic Farm Market. A staple in Monmouth County for over three decades, the Torode family is dedicated to the continuation and preservation of this New Jersey landmark. Their goal and commitment for Atlantic Farm Market is to provide a family-oriented environment where locals and visitors alike can create lasting memories throughout every season.
Our farmers market and petting zoo are open to the public from April through December. Atlantic Farm Market also offers seasonal events throughout the fall, winter, and spring seasons.
At Atlantic Farm Market, we take pride in providing a safe and family-friendly environment for animals and visitors of all ages. We work tirelessly to ensure each one of our animals has the love and care they deserve – and that our guests have an opportunity to get up close and personal with them.
It’s never a bad time to swing by to pet, feed, and take photos with our four and two-legged friends.”