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Copper Coast Mini Farm
Fenor, Co. Waterford
The Copper Coast Mini Farm is a purpose-built pet farm located on the stunningly beautiful Copper Coast in County Waterford. It boasts a large variety of friendly farm animals and some exotic varieties.

The family friendly Copper Coast Mini Farm is a pet farm on the stunningly beautiful Copper Coast of County Waterford. It features a large play barn with a soft play area for babies and toddlers, and a giant sand barn equipped with buckets and spades, tables and chairs.

Children can play in the large open areas, in the playground, or the pedal kart track. You can see, pet and feed the friendly animals in the Animal Barn and along the Farm Walk. The Copper Kettle Tearoom serves delicious home baking both indoors, or outdoors on a sunny patio area.

Animals at the Copper Coast Mini Farm include llama, alpaca, mini ponies, horses, donkeys, cattle (including Highland cattle), pet sheep, pigs and pygmy, along with Nubian and Toggenburg goats. The small animals include Rex and Flemish Giant rabbits, guinea pigs and chinchillas.

The Copper Coast Mini Farm is wheelchair and buggy accessible. There is a spacious car park for coaches and cars, or there is a bus service that runs from Tramore directly to the farm. Baby changing and bottle warming facilities are available in the tearooms and toilet facilities are provided.

Birthday parties, Confirmations, Communions and other group gatherings are catered for.

Tips from locals

Animal lovers will delight in a visit to the nearby Lake Tour Stables for trekking along the lakeside, beach or mountains.

Family friendly
Hidden gem
Rainy days
Free car parking
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Contact details
Ballyadam, Fennor, Co. Waterford, X91 TH77, Ireland
Visit duration

We recommend planning to spend 1 to 2 hours here.

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