Meet the Goats, Hike with the Goats and join us for a Farm Tour
Gorgeous Goat Creamery invites you to visit the farm and make friends with the goats. We are a small-scale commercial goat dairy, offering the freshest goat dairy products in the area. We make all of our cheese and bottle our milk right on the farm. On the farm tour, you will learn how we milk goats to make delicious cheese in a family-friendly environment. As part of our tour, you’ll be able to get up close and personal with the goats. You can meet the goats or take them on a hike.
The hike meanders through our 17 acres of forest. The hike will cover 3/4 mile over approximately 40 minutes. Five or six of our goats will join us on this free-range hike. You'll see their mad climbing skills, some jumping and maybe even some head butts. The terrain is flat, and you should expect some uneven footing here and there. Sturdy boots are recommended. No strollers on the hike due to the rugged trail. 2021 hikes end Nov 20. Pre-registration required. Register using the button below.
Our goats love people. When you visit us and meet the goats, you'll enjoy an hour learning about how we make cheese and getting to know our herds of curious and inquisitive goats. We have 39 goats, so there is lots of goat love to share. Each goat has a different personality. Some are very out-going and will greet you as soon as you walk in. Others are more shy and will say Hi after a little while. Our 39 goats have lots of love to share. Last event for 2021 is Oct 30!. Pre-registration required. Register using the button below.
Picnic with the Goats
Reserve a picnic table and enjoy your meal in the company of our goats. The picnic table seats 4 adults. The table is nestled in the forest, a 2 minute walk from the parking area and next to the Gentlemen Goats’ yard. The Gentlemen Goats will wander over to visit you while you are eating. A sturdy fence ensures that they won’t interrupt your dining plans.Pre-registration required. Register using the button below.
Are you interested in a private event? We can accommodate home school groups, scouts, and even a group of your closest friends and family. Please contact us using the form below to discuss a private event with our goats.
We are looking for volunteers to help with a range of tasks at the farm. Our most common tasks are herd health (hoof trimming & nutritional supplement administration) and barn cleaning. These days are great opportunities to learn about raising goats and get a glimpse into the life of a farmer. Volunteers need to be ready for physical activity. Pants, boots and work gloves are highly recommended. Dates are posted in our Calendar of Events, and we appreciate an RSVP so we know how many people to expect. Click on the photo to see our calendar. Each volunteer day has a unique RSVP link in our calendar.
We are located at 71 Featherbed Ln, Stockton, NJ 08559. Because we are a working farm, we can only offer tours at scheduled times. All guests need to preregister using the link above or RSVP to a volunteer event via our calendar. No drop-in visitors, sorry.
The events are 100% outside, so please dress appropriately. We suggest boots as your footwear, and we DO NOT recommend sandals. The tour and hike will last approximately one hour. Our farm stand will be open with dairy products, handmade soaps and ceramics.
Our tours are limited to 12 people, and our hikes are limited to 10 people. We will take appropriate measures to ensure social distancing. Our mask policies are updated as the State of NJ changes their recommendations.
This is a family-friendly event. Because we are a working farm, we expect that you will supervise your children all times. Our driveway is gravel and some of the walking paths in the forest are rugged. We do not recommend bringing strollers.
In the event of severe weather, we will cancel the event. We will email you about a cancellation approximately 24 hours prior to the event, using the email address you provided at registration. We will offer rescheduling options at the time of cancelation due to weather-related events. Sorry, no refunds.
For the safety of our goats, we do not allow pets on the tour. Service animals are welcome and will need to stay outside of the goat play area.
Goat love: Our goats love people. If you choose to be up close and personal with them, they will share their love with you by nibbling on your zipper or rubbing their head on your leg.
Nature: We are nestled in the woods of Hunterdon County. On the tour, there’s a chance you might see other wildlife or just have a moment to take a deep breath and enjoy the beauty around us.
Farm stand: Our farm stand will be open with dairy products, handmade goats milk soaps and handmade ceramics. Everything we sell is made on our farm.
Restroom: For your comfort, we have a portable restroom available to all guests.
We look forward to seeing you!