At Cracker Box Palace, we love having visitors, and so do the animals!
Stop in anytime we’re open to visit the animals.
They love when you bring treats!
Please refer to the list HERE for
Safe Food for Farm Animals
(created for Girl Scout Silver Award Project)
Self-guided tours are allowed and encouraged.
Guided tours for large groups need to be scheduled.
Self-guided tours are encouraged any time the farm is open. We love to have visitors and encourage your interest in our special residents and our unique mission.
Self-guided tour maps are available in the main office or at the barns. We ask only that visitors don’t go into the barns if the doors are closed.
Guided tours of Cracker Box Palace are available Tuesdays – Saturdays, 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Please submit our Tour Reservation Form online or download it to submit to our office (email@example.com) for your group or event.
Walking the trails
We ask that you sign in using our kiosk outside of the gift shop. You can also pick up a trail map or download your own now.
Please check out Trails and Recreation page for more information.
Please call ahead if bringing horses for parking availability for horse trailers.
No motor vehicles are allowed on the trails.
Please check out Horseback Riding page for more information.
What people say
We love your horses. It’s the only opportunity my 2-year-old has had to be around horses, and she is full blown obsessed now. Thank you for everything you guys do!
I have been to Cracker Box Palace several times. I love your trails, through woods, over creeks, and along orchards. Occasionally I could see Lake Ontario.
I visited with my granddaughter and we fed the animals; I loved the horses...so gentle.
When are you open for visits?
Trails and Outdoor Recreation: Monday - Sunday 8am until dusk
Barns: Monday - Sunday 8am - 4pm
Office: Tuesday - Friday 9am - 4pm
We are CLOSED on New Year’s Eve, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
Tours must be scheduled in advance and you can access our TOUR REGISTRATION FORM HERE or download it HERE.
Where should I park when I visit or volunteer?
Volunteers and visitors may park along the front of the horse barn at the painted visitor’s sign.
Staff usually park in the lot beside the cow barn or behind the bunk house.
There is an overflow parking area across Shaker Road for event parking and when other
lots are full.