It’s Baby Animal Days at Andelin Farm and it’s a must for our family. We are sharing everything you need to know about the farm along with our tips to make the most out of your visit.
Baby Animal Days at Andelin Farm
The Farm is located in Sparks, Nevada right off of Pyramid Highway. The address is Andelin Family Farm; 8100 Pyramid Way Sparks, NV.
Dates & Time
Enjoy Baby Animal Days from April 7-30. They are open Thursday – Saturday from 10am – 7pm.
Weekdays: $12/person, Weekends: $14/person if purchased online. Add $2/ticket for same-day in-person tickets. Ages 2 and under are always FREE. Season Memberships are also available for $28-$40 per person. Additional costs on certain activities.
Your admission to baby animal days at Andelin Farm includes access to the tulip U-pick fields, petting zoo area, hayride, baby chicks, zip line, barrel train ride, bunny hop, hamster wheels, a straw bale maze, mini zips, big slide, duck race activity, and other activities.
These experiences included are so fun and will be a family favorite for sure
You can enjoy extra activities at the farm at an additional cost. We have included them below.
Pony Rides: 8 per ride
Egg Hunt (on select days) $6 per child
Animal Bottle-Feeding: $10
Birthday Package $100 – $150
Field Trip: Cost varies
Tulips are $1.50 per tulip
Egg Splat Paintball Bus $6 (Saturdays only)
Food for animals $1 cup
Food and Beverages available for purchase
Baby Animal Days has become our annual tradition. Sometimes we make it more than 1 trip because my kids enjoy it so much. The free activities included in your admission are so much fun. My kids love the ziplines, petting zoo, and baby chicks. I prefer to go in the morning because it can become windy in the afternoon.
We spent about 3 hours at the farm this year and could have easily spent a few more hours there!
Tips For Your Visit:
I have been attending Baby Animal Days at Andelin Farm since my oldest was a baby! Here are tips from my 8 years of experience.
Reservations are not required but recommended (& you save $2/ticket)
Costs add up quickly between admission prices, additional activities, and food, so keep that in mind.
Restrooms available on-site (outhouses)
Plan on spending 3 hours there, you could make a whole day of this!
It’s pretty dusty – so wear shoes that you don’t mind getting dirty and if you want to change the kid’s clothes before you head home, bring a change of clothes.
You can pack a picnic to enjoy on the picnic benches or grass – recommend a blanket, wipes, and sanitizer.
Treats and beverages are available for purchase!
Don’t forget sunscreen (our favorites are linked on our Amazon Shop!)
No changing table but you can leave and return (just make sure you get a sticker
You can bring a wagon or stroller just keep in mind it’s on dirt. Babywearing is also a great option.
Are you ready to head to the farm? We love seeing your family fun. Let us know if you would add any tips for our readers to enjoy the farm!
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Kacey received her bachelor's in Psychology while cheering for the University of Oregon. They moved to Reno in 2014 and have loved it ever since. She is a dedicated homeschooling mother to her three children.
She serves on the hospital board for Northern Nevada Health Systems and is passionate about her community.
Kacey loves exploring with her family and finding family-friendly events and activities! A few of her favorite things include family adventures, traveling, working out, coffee, and dessert!