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Harley Farms Goat Dairy
Today 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
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205 North St Pescadero, CA 94060
205 North StreetUSCaliforniaPescadero94060
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Dairy Store
Dairy Farm
Today 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
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"Goat cheese tasting in the cheese shop was excellent too."
"Would like to go again when baby goats are weaned."
"The feta is superb too!"
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Trevoli Welsh
9 months ago
It's quite a drive from the South Bay, but it was a beautiful day. Spent lots of time with the goats and a few llamas, and since I didn't know ANYTHING about goat farming or how they make cheese, it was educational too. Had lots of cheese tastings and they have a lovely store at which to buy what you just tasted. Nice to buy only what you know you like. Would like to go again when baby goats are weaned.
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Jade Wang
6 months ago
The best goat cheese I've ever had, and if you go on the tour, you can meet the goats, and maybe even a guard llama!
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Mandy Irvine
a year ago
Harley Farms is so quaint that it looks and feels like it's out of a storybook. I went to their Christmas Fair and took part in a wreath making class. The instructor brought a variety of beautiful and lush greenery that she got from her own backyard. She was really helpful and gave us a lot of great tips while we were making our wreaths. We had a lot of fun making new friends and came home with a wreath that was better than any that you could get in a store. And of course don't leave the farm without any cheese!
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Vera DeVera
2 years ago
What a magical place! I booked a private tour here for my 33rd birthday with 20 close friends at $20 a head and we had such a blast. Our tour guide was very informative and gave us enough time to take photos and pet the goats. I appreciated that the guide shared with us Harley's colorful history and sustainable farming practices -- the latter being important to me. I admire Dee Harley's integrity for treating her goats very well, making cheese in small batches, and keeping the business local. As birthday girl, I got to decorate my own Monet cheese wheel and afterwards got to share it with my friends in the garden. I had my doubts about how the tour could possibly take two hours since upon driving up and seeing how "small" the farm was, it seemed unreasonable. However, it definitely took two hours and we all wished it could keep on going. The honey lavender goat cheese (pricey at $16 but worth it with the right bread) is heavenly and I admit I threw a quarter of the chive goat cheese ($8) into my freshly made mac n' cheese dinner later that week (ironic that the mac n' cheese was $1 a box) and it totally made my day! :) After our visit, we picnicked at San Gregorio Beach about 5 minutes away. Harley Farms is the perfect daytrip for locals as well as for out-of-town friends and family.
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Mo McBirney
6 months ago
Since we visited in April, we got to see lots of baby goats! You can taste the cheeses in the store, and they have lots of goats milk products available. We did not do the tour since they seem to sell out pretty far in advance, but we still got to walk around the farm.
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Will Kivinski
a year ago
This farm is spectacular! What a great off the beaten path find. Today was a total beach day in the bay area and I decided to venture off to Pescadero. I'm so glad I did because the goat cheese, honey and habanero jam is off the hook here. You can't leave without petting the goats and trying the Lavender Honey Goat Cheese. The feta is superb too!
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Ryan Bavetta
a year ago
This place was pretty magical. The visitors spoke in hushed tones as if visiting a sacred place. There were many goats that you can check out and even pet (even some baby goats!), a small garden and an interesting shop. The whole milking operation is visible and pretty cool to see. There were samples of all sorts of goat cheese and other things such as oils and jams. Checking out the place and petting the goats was free!
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Leslie Liu
2 years ago
Adorable goats, yummy fresh goat cheese. Definitely worth a visit just to pick up cheese and ogle the baby goats in late spring. They are so cute and really friendly.