NEW IN TOWN?
COME VISIT OUR PETTING FARM!
Founded in 2021 with a mission to rescue over 150 animals from an uncertain future, Romelia Farms is committed to ensuring that the animals who reside on our property have their quality of life and welfare placed above all else. In support of this mission, we offer unique interactions with our animals through a guided, education-focused petting farm tour that’s fun for the whole family!
Start the tour off with a good ole’ fashioned hayride to the petting farm, where you’ll get up close and personal with a variety of farm and exotic animals such as camels, cows, goats, donkeys, lemurs, sloths, parrots, alpacas, sheep, and more!
LET’S GO FOR A RIDE
…ON OUR PRIVATE HORSEBACK RIDING TRAIL!
Come take a guided horseback ride with one of our knowledgeable and experienced equine care team members!
Take the scenic route behind the petting zoo through our private trail and enjoy the serenity of our 36-acre preserve from atop one of our horses.
PARTY ANIMALS WANTED!
OUR FARM IS THE PERFECT PLACE FOR YOUR CHILD’S NEXT BIRTHDAY PARTY!
Looking for somewhere fun and exciting to host a birthday party? We’ve got you covered. Come be a party animal at Romelia Farms, where birthday parties are fun for both kids and adults!
Choose one of our existing packages, or let us design a custom-tailored party package to fit your needs!
READY TO SAY “I DO?”
LET US HELP TO MAKE YOUR WEDDING DAY DREAMS A REALITY!
Located in the heart of our wildlife preserve is The Watermill at Romelia Farms, our on-site wedding and event barn! Our beautiful 3,000 square foot event barn provides the perfect backdrop to any wedding – whether you’re inviting 50 people or 200.
With a range of custom packages starting at just $3,500, we’ve got a wedding bundle for every budget.
HOW IT ALL BEGAN
FIRST COMES A WEDDING VENUE, THEN COMES… A ZOO?!
When Jeremy and Lina Graves first inquired about the property in late 2020, it most certainly wasn’t because they had any interest in buying a petting zoo. In fact, the only thing they were interested in was leasing the barn as a wedding venue. However, when they found out about the now former owner’s intention to sell the land and send the animals living on it to auction, they decided they had to act quickly if they were going to save the lives of the 150+ animals who called it their home…