Clover Brooke 'Walking' Farm Tour | Maurice D. Hinchey Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area


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Clover Brooke 'Walking' Farm Tour


Clover Brooke Farm, Hyde Park NY
175 Ruskey Lane
Hyde Park, NY 12538

41.813260 -73.850090

County: Dutchess
Region: Mid Hudson


  • September 7, 2024, 12:00PM, Pre- register at
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Detailed Times/Hours Join us for a Farm Tour at Clover Brooke Farm @ 12pm, where you will learn about the farms- past-present-future history and meet many of the animals that call Clover Brooke Farm home.

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Event Type Walk/Hike Description Stop searching for "farm tours near me" or "farms near me to visit," and come on down to Clover Brooke Farm! We have dozens of animals eager to meet you and provide a farm tour through our pastures, fields, and bass stock pond. With plenty of unique species to learn and interact with, we can guarantee our farm tours will be one of a kind for you and your loved ones. Come and Enjoy a Farm Tour! Farm tours are exactly what they sound like - a tour of the farm! At Clover Brooke Farm, we take you around our pastures, introduce you to our animals, and let you interact with these fantastic creatures in a way that nowhere else can provide. What's So Great About a Farm Tour? Our farm tours focus on education, representation, and fun! We take time to teach people about the significance and history of our animals and how we can co-exist with them. Farm tours can help children and adults learn the importance of several farm animals and present them in a new, unique way. After all, how many kids can say they've seen an alpaca or llama? How about taking a walk with a donkey? Our farm tours are something special. The Animals On Our Farm Tours When you type "farm tours near me," most tours try to surprise you with ordinary, everyday domestic animals with which you've likely already had an interaction. At Clover Brooke Farm, we provide several unique and vibrant animals that love attention. We want to share with you the journey many of our animals have taken. Each furry (or fuzzy) companion no doubt has a tale to tell. Barn Cats Our barn cats , also known as the ‘meeters and greeters’ of the farm like to welcome our guests upon arrival. When they appear on our farm tours, we educate our guests to understand their purpose and how they benefit all animals on a farm by eliminating pests. Llamas Our llamas are famous, loving, and proud animals often confused for our alpacas! It makes our farm tours important, as they can help differentiate the llama and the alpaca for children and adults. You can even go on hikes with them! Alpacas Often confused for llamas, alpacas are one-of-a-kind, entirely loving, and gentle creatures. Their fur is exceptionally soft and used to make many different goods–something we talk about on tour and sell in our Farm Store. Goats Our pygora goats are fluffy and love the attention of our visitors, especially if you scratch just the right spot behind their ears.. Many people need help understanding goats and their behavior, which is why we want to help educate as many people as we can here at Clover Brooke Farm. We have a large herd of dairy and fiber goats eager to meet and socialize with new people. If you want to snag a space on our next farm tour, be sure schedule your appointment ahead of time! Stop searching for "farm tours near me" and come to the only farm tour that will educate, entertain, and excite! If you have any questions, feel free to contact us today! Organization Hosting the Event Clover Brooke Farm, Hyde Park NY Phone Number 845 444 6066


Advance registration required.
Questions can be forwarded to or 845 444 6066
$15 per person

Additional Information

Their are crushed stone paths from parking lot to pasture where terrain is somewhat flat.
Additional Equipment Required: As this event is 100% outside, please watch the weather and dress accordingly.

Event Duration (hours): 1
Difficulty: Easy
Length (miles): .5
Boots Needed: No

Family Friendly
Barrier Free or Wheelchar accessible? Portion
Additional Wheelchair Info: The crushed stone could be difficult for narrow wheels on wheelchairs
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