Deer Hollow Farm

Los Altos, CA

Where are we going?

Deer Hollow Farm
Rancho San Antonio Service Road
Los Altos
CA
94024

650 903 6430

What is there to do?

Kids, are you ready to visit a real working farm, and see get up close to those sweet animals? Let's head to Deer Hollow Farm then!

This amazing working farm is located in Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve, and also features and educational center too, so kids can not only have fun, but an education too!

Deer Hollow Farm is just a one mile walk from the County parking lots, and after that pleasant walk you will be welcomed by 10 acres of beautiful farm fun just waiting to be enjoyed.

When you arrive, the best way to enjoy your time around the farm is to take a self-guided tour. It's through this that you can learn all about the history of the farm, as well as spot all of the livestock that call it home!

Keep in mind that Deer Hollow Farm is a working farm, so the pens and buildings will be closed to the public, but you can still see the farm in action, and see what it takes to run one!

Don't miss the open air historic hay barn which is located at the north end of the farm, as there are a number of picnic tables that you can enjoy there.

If you do want a tour of the Deer Hollow Farm Nature Center, which is housed in the old apple shed (and actual original building from the 1850s!), then head on down on the morning of the third Saturday of the month.

A Deer Hollow Farm docent will be there, waiting to answer any questions! There are also hands-on exhibits for kids that reflect the diversity of plant and animal life throughout the Rancho San Antonio area.

If you want more nature adventure after your visit, then just head out into the 3,800 acres of preserve that surround Deer Hollow Farm!

Nature, animals, farm fun and education - it's all happening in California!

How much does it cost?

Adults: Free, except special events ($7)

Children: Same as adult

LAST UPDATED 2016

When can we go?

8am - 4pm Tues to Sun (1pm close Wed)

Closed Mondays. Open All Year Around

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Any top tips?

Be prepared to remove all garbage as there are no trash cans at the Farm or in the Preserve so bring ziplocks if you need them.

I’m Hungry!

The open air historic hay barn at the north end of the farm has many picnic tables for public use so why not bring a picnic lunch and enjoy it near the animals!

Healthy Eating

Make sure you bring plenty of bottled water.

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