Very small - 6 animal exhibits, a playground and a cow-shaped walking trail through the prairie. The animals rotate (calves, goats, pigs, sheep, llamas and rabbits last time), but at least one is always great - friendly llamas this last time. Almost no one is there even on beautiful summer weekends, so it is a nice place to escape - ideal for kids 2-4 who don't need to much to excite them.
We went out to check out Plamann Park children's farm and swimming beach as a place to bring visiting cousins this summer. There were miniature goat baby twins, piglets, llamas, and other animals. No crowds like you have to fight at the fair just to see a harassed looking bunny or something. The swimming beach doesn't open until the 2nd week in June, but looked like fun. The park is quite large with lots of different picnic areas. An underutilized gem of the Fox Valley.
The nation's most award winning frame shop also offers a selection of home decor and Christmas Collectibles, including Ulbricht &
Steinbach nutcrackers and smokers, as well as Inge glas ornaments from Germany.