BOOK A TOUR
TOURS *Closed for the season*
We are now offering tours of our little micro-sanctuary! Book a date and time below. Scroll down for what to expect at a tour!
Tickets online are so that we can keep track of who is coming. Option to donate to the animals when you arrive for your tour.
Children under 2 are free
WHAT TO EXPECT
Rainbow Ranger Station is our home and all of the animals are in our back yard - please keep this in mind when visiting us, this is where we live! We are new to all of this and will adjust how things run as we learn :) Please be patient with us!
**This is not a public property, and we will be abiding by the gathering rules set out due to Covid-19 restrictions. No personal medical questions will be asked, and because we are outside, masks are optional and personal choice.**
We currently have 30-40 animals, including ponies, goats, chickens, ducks, geese, bunnies, cats, dogs, and a cow. The tour won't be long, but you are welcome to stay for your 2 full hours (or more if you wish to chill in the forest or with the animals or read a book in nature!).
You can pet anyone that comes up to the fence, and you can enter the bunny and chicken enclosure with guidance from us!
Stay for a picnic, if you wish - pack your own blanket, snacks and water. *Please bring Plant-based snacks, otherwise you may get the side-eye from our cow, Van. We have one large picnic table to use as well.
We also have a short walking trail in the back forest!
WHAT TO BRING
WHAT TO WEAR:
- shoes you don't mind getting a bit of poop on
- dress appropriately for the weather - there is no place to go indoors.
BRING YOUR OWN:
- Re-useable water bottle
- Plant-based picnic lunch or snacks, if you wish
- Picnic blanket if you wish to sit and relax. We also have one picnic table.
WHERE TO PARK:
Park in our driveway! You can park in front of the goose enclosure, by the pond, or by our garage. Whichever spot is available. Please don't block anyone in :)
- Outside hose to fill up water - because hose water tastes the best
- 4 large dogs that love pets - although please mention if you are frightened of dogs
WANT TO BRING TREATS FOR THE ANIMALS?
- Kale or any leafy greens, carrots, apples, corn on the cob, watermelon, berries - are the favourites! Most vegetables and fruit are ok - please do not bring any citrus, peppers, rhubarb, onions, or grapes for the animals.
**Tips - the animals prefer their treats cut up in small chunks - if you have time to prep, they would love that! If not, we are all incredibly grateful still for the treats you bring!
From Anola, MB: Head East on Hwy 15, 3 miles past Anola. Turn right on Monominto Road. Look for the Rainbow Ranger Station Sign - the second driveway on the left.
**Use GOOGLE MAPS instead of Iphone / Apple maps. We are working to fix the directions there.