The Barnyard at Cedar Point re-opens with new exotic animals

By: Honey Hill Farm
SANDUSKY, Ohio - May 12, 2016 - PRLog -- Cedar Point re-opened last weekend with a mixture of furry faces, both new and old. Among familiar favorites are The Barnyard's beloved mascot, "Curtis" the miniature steer, Juliana pigs "Chase" and "Chester," and llamas "Legend" and "Cree," just to name a few.

Joining the pet farm this year are exotic animals "Quigley" the kangaroo, "Samson" the camel, two Patagonian cavies, two Sulcata tortoises and three emus.

The animals are provided by Honey Hill Farm, a mobile zoo provider based in Berry, KY. This is the third year that Honey Hill Farm has provided the animals and staff for The Barnyard.

As with all of Honey Hill Farm's animals, the new additions were chosen for their social temperaments and compatibility with the park's atmosphere.

The Barnyard is open from 12pm-6pm each day and includes approximately 60 animals. Guests can interact up close in the play yard, or feed the animals for $1.00.

Honey Hill Farm also provides the animals for Cedar Fair owned parks Kings Island and Michigan's Adventure. Both parks' petting farms will open later this month.

To view photos of The Barnyard at Cedar Point, please visit

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