You must stop at Kangaroo Creek Farm – Kelowna, B.C.
If you are planning a trip to the Okanagan, Kangaroo Creek Farm – Kelowna, B.C. definitely needs to be on your list of places to visit. Located minutes outside of Kelowna in Lake Country, Kangaroo Creek Farm is a hobby farm that has been around for over 20 years.
When you step into the farm you are guided to an area where you can feed Kangaroo’s, Wallaroo’s, Wallaby’s , Goat’s, and Chicken’s. All of them roam around freely. There is also a small area where you can hold baby Kangaroo’s.
There is another area that you can visit that has Peacocks, Sugar Gliders, Parrot’s, fancy chickens and even Capybara’s.
We went in the evening right at 6pm and we were there for just about the whole 2 hours that they were open. Parking can be tricky and aside from handicap parking down at the farm (limited to about 4 spots) there is no other guaranteed/assigned parking for the farm. We parked up on the street.
It’s important to follow and respect the rules when at Kangaroo Creek Farm for animals and also for the property. Read the rules of Kangaroo
You can also follow Kangaroo Creek Farm on Facebook to keep up to date on their animals, hours, and property expansion.
Carter and Sophie are already making plans to go there again, and funny enough out of all the animals that they keep talking about the one they mention the most. Capybara’s. (so weird..)
[…] Home to Kangaroos, Wallabies, Chickens, Capybaras and more! It’s a fun experience for all ages. Open 10am-2pm March-October admission is $10/adult, $5/under 19yrs , $5/seniors, and children under 5 are free. Read my review here. […]