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  • Can I visit with my service-dog?
    Unfortunately, No. According to the ADA, there are certain exemptions for spaces open to the public as stated here: https://www.ada.gov/regs2010/service_animal_qa.html (Q25-Q26). “If admitting service animals would fundamentally alter the nature of a service or program, service animals may be prohibited. In most settings, the presence of a service animal will not result in a fundamental alteration. However, there are some exceptions. For example, at a zoo, service animals can be restricted from areas where the animals on display are the natural prey or natural predators of dogs, where the presence of a dog would be disruptive, causing the displayed animals to behave aggressively or become agitated.
  • Can I still visit the farm if I don’t want to do a full reindeer encounter?
    Yes, but anyone wanting to visit the farm will still need to purchase a ticket in order to get in.
  • What did I see about there being an issue with sheep and goats?
    Sheep and goats can carry a dangerous spore, which turns into MCF, otherwise known as Malignant Cathharal Fever. This spore is airborne, and can live on your shoes and clothing. We ask that you avoid contact with sheep and goats before your visit to our farm. We know they’re cute, but they can be deadly to our Reindeer herd.
  • Can we just walk around?
    No, sorry. Admission fee and waiver signature is required to enter beyond the admission booth or gift shop area.
  • What should I wear or bring?
    Bring your phone or camera. You will want to take pictures of your own. Please dress for the weather/season. Remember we are a farm. Wearing closed toed shoes is ideal. We do not recommend wearing white pants, loose skirts, or scarves or sandals. If you choose to wear these items, expect the reindeer to chew on those items and/or that you could potentially get them dirty.
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