Drive Thru will remain open regular hours. We are CLOSED Christmas Day and the first two weeks in February. Please call 704-663-5100 with any questions.
Visit the Lazy 5 Ranch
Fun for kids ages 1 to 100!
Open for the season!
Lazy 5 Ranch is now open for the 2023 season. Our Easter Eggstravaganza dates will be April 1st and April 8th. Check out our Facebook page for more information on the event
Monday through Saturday- 9am-5pm, please arrive by 4pm.
Sunday- 12pm-5pm, please arrive by 4pm.
We do not close for the winter, only closed on Christmas Day and the first
2 weeks of February 2022 (exact date to come)
Drive thru, playground, picnic area, gift shop, restrooms.
We are planning to restart wagon rides Spring 2022- exact date to come, but
we are currently booking group trips.
Please remember we do not accept credit or debit cards and no pets
allowed. Thank you!
Admission Rates as of 2/1/2022
(Includes the drive-thru in your own vehicle and walk around the petting zoo)
Adult Admission (ages 12-59): $15.00
Children Admission (ages 2-11): $11.00
Senior Admission (ages 60+): $11.00
Group Rate (15 or more, ages 2 and up): $11.00
Feed buckets (64oz): $3.00 each
School Groups: For every 10 Students, 1 teacher gets in free
General Admission + Wagon Ride
(Includes a guided horse-drawn wagon ride tour through our animal park.
Comes with feed for the animals and general admission.)
Adult Admission and Wagon Ride: $21.00
Child Admission and Wagon Ride: $15.00
Senior Admission and Wagon Ride: $15.00
Group Rate (15 or more, ages 2 and up): $15.00
Please call for reservations. 704-663-5100
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