Thursday, August 22, 2019

Daytrip to Ray of Light Farm Animal Rescue | Fun Things to do with Kids | East Haddam Connecticut

The Ray of Light Farm, a Horse and Donkey Rescue Farm in East Haddam, Connecticut, is a fun and educational place to visit with kids and grandkids.


Ray of Light Farm - Animal Rescue


While babysitting the grandkids one summer morning I thought it would be fun for them to visit the farm.

The kids said they'd been there before for an Easter Egg Hunt, and my youngest daughter and I had been there last fall to take her two littles.

Farm Animals and Party Events



We were able to tour the farm at our own pace.  I like to mention to the kids that the animals are rescue, and this is their new home.  My grandkids were encouraged to make a donation in the donation box to help house and feed the animals.

We saw horses, donkeys, chickens, pheasants, llamas, and goats.  Last time there was a turtle and turkey there.

This time there was a pre-school group visiting, and we tagged on the end and were able to help feed the guinea pigs lettuce, which the grandkids enjoyed doing.









The farm also has a party room and sponsors events.  The kids can tour the stables, and wagon and pony rides are offered.

A non-profit organization, Parking and Admission are free, but again, donations are encouraged.

If you Go:
Ray of Light Farm
www.rayoflightfarm.org
or visit on Facebook @ RayOfLightFarm

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