Family fun at Chickadee Ridge

Take a drive to Armstrong and check out the largest breeder of quality, refined, well-pedigreed miniatures in Canada

Take a drive to Armstrong and check out the largest breeder of quality, refined, well-pedigreed miniatures in Canada.

Chickadee Ridge Miniatures is home to over 200 horses, quail, doves, emus, pheasants, peacocks, wild turkeys, pot-bellied pigs, miniature cattle, goats, sheep and deer.

The 80 picturesque acres also house a wallaby, snow monkey, reptiles and the newest arrivals, two ring-tailed lemurs.

In addition to interacting with the gentle and approachable animals, kids can explore the play area, complete with a slide and swing set.

A 50’s-style snack area is available for those who want to pack a lunch and stay a while.

The farm is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is located on Mcleod Road in Armstrong. Call 546-9323 for more information.

For more family fun, visit Ruckers in Vernon. This fun zone is packed with games, food, fun and prizes for children of all ages.

For more information, call 542-6800 or go to www.ruckers.com.

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