April 23, 2024
A buffalo on the Kids’s Nature Retreat sits because the Valley Fireplace burns within the background, September 2020. Courtesy photograph

Hop on over to the San Diego Animal Sanctuary & Farm (previously often called the Kids’s Nature Retreat), a 20-acre animal sanctuary in Alpine, to have a good time Easter with the animals and take part in one in all 4 days of Easter egg hunts. The annual egg hunts are a convention on the Farm and this yr, there might be each day Easter Egg Hunts on Thursday, March 28 by means of Sunday, March 31.

The Easter Egg Hunts will start at 11 a.m. every day, with a further hunt on Saturday and Sunday at 3 p.m. for a complete of six hunts. Tickets are $12, plus admission per baby; the worth contains one Easter basket and a complete of as much as 12 eggs. Greater than 8,000 eggs might be full of plush animals, toys, and sweet, unfold out throughout the 20-acre farm. And an opportunity to search out one large egg with a particular plush and household passes (two adults, two kids) hidden in two golden eggs for every hunt.

The Farm’s candy bunnies might be there too! And the Easter Bunny may also go to every day at 11:00 a.m., and once more at 3:00 p.m. on weekends, for footage and cuddles!

The San Diego Animal Sanctuary and Farm is residence to greater than 200 domesticated livestock and unique animals. Many of the animals had been pets who misplaced their properties as a consequence of their proprietor’s sickness, dying, or monetary difficulties. The Farm is open seven days every week, from 10:00 a.m. to five:00 p.m. Reservations are now not required. Friends can feed orchard hay by means of or over the fence for $5/bucket and poultry feed for $2/cup.

Single day admission is $40 for adults and $25 for teenagers (kids below 2-years are free); seniors (65+) are $36. Parking is complimentary. To purchase tickets, go to www.sanctuaryandfarm.org.

The Farm is positioned at 5178 Japatul Spur in Alpine (91901). For extra data, go to www.sanctuaryandfarm.org.