Grand Canyon Deer Farm in Williams

Pet and feed friendly fallow deer. Get kissed by a camel. See baby animals. The Grand Canyon Deer Farm is a fun stop for visitors of all ages.
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Kayla among the deer

(928) 635-4073 www.deerfarm.com

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Have you ever wanted to pet and feed a deer...or lots of deer? The Grand Canyon Deer Farm opened in 1969, and has been a fun stop for visitors of all ages. You can actually walk in with, pet & feed friendly fallow deer.

Gracie the Camel gives a kiss.

Gracie the Camel gives a kiss.

But the deer aren't the only residents of the Farm. There are bison, coatimundi, wallabies, marmosets (primates), zebu, mini donkeys, a kissing camel, and so much more. It is truly a hands on experience. It is a delightful time for any animal lover. Don't forget to checkout the fabulous gift shop.

Baby Coatis, Lucy and Desi

Baby Coatis, Lucy and Desi

For more information:
(928) 635-4073
I-40 @ exit 171, Deer Farm Rd.
6769 E. Deer Farm Rd., Williams, AZ 86046
www.deerfarm.com

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