Entrance: $8 per person. Children under 3 are free. Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible. Some activities might be more difficult with a wheelchair, but I write with confidence that Joe will adapt and accommodate for people of varying abilities. Food: You may bring your own snacks to eat. Water recommended on hot days. Washrooms: A gender neutral washroom is available. Directions: Head north on Albert St (Highway 6). At Edenwold Grid go west 4.5 Km. Fenek Farks is the SW quarter section on the north side of the grid road. Type "Fenek Farms" into Google Maps and it will take you right there. Practical Tips: I recommend wearing pants and closed-toe shoes that you don't mind getting a bit dirty. Water bottles, hats, and sunscreen recommended for hot days. Dress for the weather--you will be outside. If choosing between strollers or baby-wearing, choose to wear small children.
Visiting Information: Fenek farms likes to hold private tours. The tours are a relaxed, playful, educational visit. Play and interact gently with animals, go for a hay ride, learn about bee farming and meet the queen bee, feed chickens, and much more. Fenek Farms also offers birthday parties, school field trips, and more. They offer their premise as a wedding venue, and host adult groups for wine and cheese under the stars followed by a campfire. Joe can cater your visit to different age groups, abilities, and interests. Give him a call to set up your visit. For more information, visit the Fenek Farms website at https://fenekfarms.ca/.
Regina and these playspaces are situated on Treaty 4 territory, the original lands of the Cree, Ojibwe, Saulteaux, Dakota, Nakota, Lakota, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation. Provided by the Government of Saskatchewan and offered by the University of Regina, there is a Cree language learning resource available under "Schools and play."