Green Meadows Petting Farm
PO Box 348
330 Middle Road
Hazlet, NJ 07730
(732) 335-5589

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Green Meadows Farm makes it easy for families and groups to let their children experience the happiness of seeing and playing with tame, lovable farm animals, most of which are "children" themselves.

The price of admission gets a two hour Guided Tour (individuals and groups) with hundreds of farm animals that kids (and adults) can touch and hug. Kids just love it (adults do, too), and the animals seem to enjoy it as well. The tour is educational, and people learn interesting facts about pigs, cows, goats, sheep, chickens, rabbits, turkeys, ducks, geese, and donkeys.

The admission price also includes a Tractor-Drawn Hayride, and... everyone gets to Squeeze Milk from a Cow. Watch the kids' faces when they do this! It's a great day at a place everyone will want to go back to.

Call or write for further details. Green Meadows is open on a seasonal basis, with the exact days changing slightly from year to year. Seasons are spring and fall -- call for dates. Groups reserve early!

Hours: Open in spring and fall only, for about 4-5 weeks per season. Call for current schedule or visit the official website linked above. Call throughout the year for reservations. Closed during summer and winter months. Closed Memorial Day.


Per person


Children 2 and under FREE

Groups: (20 or more people)

Per person


Group Reservations: At least 4 weeks in advance. Reservations not required for families.

Lunch: Picnic areas available. Light snacks and beverages sold.

Handicapped Access: Limited. Tour takes place on grassy fields. Call with your needs .

Directions: From the Garden State Parkway, take exit 117 to Hazlet. After the toll plaza, take Route 36 towards Keyport (1.2 miles) to Middle Road. Turn right (1.2 miles) to Green Meadows Farm. 60 - 90 minutes from the George Washington Bridge.

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