Plan Your Visit

Moo Cow Farms Release of Liability

All participants are required to sign a waiver prior to entering the pasture.  Failure to sign the waiver will result in you being denied entry.  You may download the waiver by clicking the link above and bringing it with you the day of your visit or you may sign it upon your arrival.


Unfortunately, we continue to have a large number of no shows and late cancellations so I am having to implement a new process effective August 2023. Out of respect for my time and others on the waiting list that could have visited during the time you were scheduled, if you do not cancel within 48 hours or are a no-show for your appointment, you will be removed from any further booking emails. If you wish to get back on the list to reschedule, you must pay a $25 rescheduling fee or half the cost of what your group would have been charged (i.e. an 8 person group at 50% cost would be a $40 rescheduling fee), whichever is more.

All interactive visits with the cows are by appointment only to ensure you get your own unique experience and the cows get some time to rest and relax throughout the day.

We are open year round but work full-time outside the farm so appointments are almost always in the evenings.

During the winter (October 1 – March 31), appointments typically will start around 5PM.

During the summer (April 1 – September 30), appointments may start anytime between 5PM and 7PM.

You can expect to spend 60-75 minutes visiting the farm.

Due to the open pasture nature of this experience, no other animals, including service animals of any kind will be allowed for a traditional visit in the pasture. If you have a service animal and wish to visit, please contact us and we can try to arrange a modified visit with one of the cows to give you a safe, personalized interaction. We want everyone to experience the joy of cuddling a cow safely but please recognize that we can’t always accommodate visits with a service animal, especially when there are new calves.


We are located in the heart of Simpsonville at the corner of Standing Springs Rd and Mosley Rd.

***NO TRESPASSING*** The fence is electrified when no one is on site.  We don’t want any humans or cows to get injured!