Want to go on a Snowshoeing Adventure with Goats in Middle Grove?

The winter has many things to offer in the Capital Region. With everything from skiing to snowboarding, ice fishing, ice castles and so much more, you can now go snowshoeing with goats. You and your family and friends can all get ready to have an amazing adventure in Middle Grove.

Where is Does This Amazing Adventure take Place?

The name of the place is Into the Woods Farm. It is a beautiful farm in Middle Grove at 7222 Kilmer Road. They are known for their goat yoga in the spring and fall but also do snowshoeing with goats too. The Into The Woods Snowshoe Adventures explore snow-covered forests, swamps, and streams that surround the farm. There is always snow in the woods because they are 1550 feet above sea level.

Into the Woods

Into the Woods

How Do You Sign Up For a Snowshoe Aventure with Goats?

The Into The Woods Snowshoe Adventures with Goats are offered seven days a week. There are 3-time slots per day. You can bring your own snowshoes or rent them from the farm for just $5 per person. All of the goats are included. There is a $100 minimum charge for up to four people and an additional $25 for each additional person. It is open to all ages and there are 14 Nigerian Dwarf goats that are super friendly and wander the trails with you during the guided adventure.

Into The Woods

Into The Woods

Is Snowshoeing Hard to Do?

There are trails for all abilities and ages. The friendly goats go along with you and the trail tour is guided. The snowshoeing goat adventure lasts about ninety minutes.

Into the Woods

Into the Woods

Into the Woods

Into the Woods

Chrissy Tries Goat Yoga – Not Baaaaad

I am not a person who does yoga, but when cute animals are involved, I’m all in. I had a blast doing goat at Into The Woods Farm in Middle Grove. The staff was awesome and the goats made it the best exercise class I have ever taken. I highly recommend it to anyone who loves animals and a lot of laughter. I may go back because they offer hikes with the goats too.

Cute and Cuddly Day With Baby Animals at Indian Ladder Farms

We had a cute and cuddly day at Indian Ladder Farms for their Baby Animal Days. My 10-year-old son, Ryan really enjoyed interacting with all of the baby animals and I have to admit, so did I. We were able to hold the fuzzy ducklings, a baby goat, feed the chickens, hold a sleepy hen, see a spotted calf, and even pet a donkey. I recommend going even if you don’t have kids. Indian Ladder Baby Animal Days runs through May 9th.

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