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What a wonderful place....lots of horses who have finally reached a retirement/rescue to enjoy a peaceful life. The cost for entry is a bunch of carrots, but take MORE!!! The horses seem to know when Saturdays come around and are quite good at eating whatever...More
This horse farm is a lovely place to visit and take your family, especially children. Be sure to bring lots of carrots because the horses love them and the kids love feeding them. The only admission is carrots and a donation is nice too. It...More
It’s incredible. My daughter and I were just amazed. You don’t have to have kids to go. Adults would have fun as well. Amazing opportunity to interact with horses. I think it is three hundred fifty acres. There are lovely paths through picturesque pastures. The...More
My wife and I took our grand daughter to Mill Creek Farms in Alachua, FL. I found this place on Tripadvisor a boy what a place this is. Located off CR 235A and literally right next to I-75, what a wonderful place for horses to...More
I visit often in certain periods of the year. I go prepared to feed all of the horses. This is what a sanctuary should be. A true resting place, forever home where they will always be loved and never abused again. Their stories will make...More
We have been coming to Mill Creek Farm for nearly 20 years. It is such a peaceful place. Today we brought out 2 year old grandson for the very first time. He loved it. To date, they currently have 140 horses that are well cared...More
The price of admission is carrots and you need to bring plenty.helpful hint go straight and when you dont see any more horses on your left turn around and go back to the entrance and take a left .There you will see more horses again...More
The grounds are beautifully taken care of as well as the horses whom
Their plaines. It is a good walk with horses on either side begging for your undivided attention. There are Multi acreas to walk but would It recommend trying i all in...More
You don't want to miss this. Only open to the public on Saturday mornings, but worth arranging a schedule to do this. We take all our out-of-town visitors here, especially if they have children (but any age enjoys this). It says admission is two carrots,...More
This is an AMAZING place to visit!
Acres upon acres of the happiest horses you'll ever see.
We arrived early on a Saturday morning with our "admission fee" of four 5 lbs. bags of carrots! (I think just 2 single carrots is the minimum to...More