Fun Day at the Sta. Elena Fun Farm

Planning for a last summer hurrah for your restless kiddos? You might want to consider visiting the Fun Farm at Sta. Elena in Cabuyao, Laguna.

When I learned that my daughter’s school included Sta. Elena Fun Farm in their educational field trip itinerary, I immediately signed her up.

I wanted Cesca to breathe some fresh air and experience something different from our usual weekend mall outings. It’s always been a concern for me that children nowadays are glued to their tablets, not really mobile and active.

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With it’s wide open green spaces, the Fun Farm at Sta. Elena is indeed a natural playground where kids (and adults) can explore and have a taste of the farm life.

They have a variety of enriching activities for the kids that’ll make them forget about their high tech gadgets and devices for a while.

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They have a mini petting zoo where the kids can interact freely with the animals. Cesca and her classmates enjoyed feeding the rabbits and guinea pigs with carrots.

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There’s also a well-maintained pond where kids can go boating or fishing.

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Sta. Elena Fun Farm also offers horse back riding and carabao cart rides.  The cart ride was a hit to the city kids since this is a totally new experience for them.

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Aside from the wide ground where they tirelessly ran around on , the kids also enjoyed the obstacle course and zip line which was the highlight of the day for my daughter.

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We were worried that she might be scared to try the zip line but our big Ate surprised us when she agreed to jump. We weren’t able to take a decent photo of her on the zip line but we have video! haha!

Some tips for when you’ll visit the place:

  • There are plenty of picnic tables available so you can bring your own food and drinks.
  • Dress appropriately since it’s outdoor. Remember to put on sunblock!
  • It’s best to call ahead for appointment as no walk ins are allowed. This is to control the number of visitors coming in.
  • Entrance free per head is Php 300. This includes unlimited access to all the activities.
  • Children below 2 years old are free.
  • They are open from 9AM to 5PM.

Just a few hours drive away from the metro, I highly recommend the Fun Farm at Sta. Elena as a fun alternative to your usual summer destination. Let the kids run, be loud and dirty, it’ll be a priceless memory for them.

The Fun Farm at Sta. Elena

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