Welcome To Sweet Valley Ranch!

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A Family or Group Entertainment Setting in Fayetteville, NC

Even though we are just a hop, skip, and jump from the city limits, we hope that the moment you drive through the gate of Sweet Valley Ranch, that you and your family or group will find it to be a peaceful setting. Every detail put into our farm, from the rustic decor, to the stocked fishing ponds, to the riding trails were created with that in mind. Sweet Valley Ranch is located on over 300 acres just off HWY 95 in Fayetteville, North Carolina. The property includes 40 acres of protected wetlands. We currently raise and breed Quarter Horses, Llamas, Angus Cows, Pot Belly Pig, Macaws, 4 different species of Ducks, Miniature Horses, Donkeys, Fainting Goats, 6 different species of Chickens, Turkeys, Peacocks, Guinea Hens, 6 different species of Fancy Pigeons, Lionhead Rabbits, Burmese Star Tortoise, Great Pyrenees, Bramham Bull, Netherland Dwarf Rabbits, and Miniature Australian Shepherds.  Sweet Valley Ranch is one of two breeders in North Carolina of the highly sought-after Savanna Goat. Our animals are a HUGE part in what we do and who we are at Sweet Valley Ranch. They are excited for everyone to come and meet them! In addition to the animals, we grow pecan trees, tomatoes, watermelon, cucumbers, lettuce, carrots, green beans and many more. Commercially we grow tobacco, cotton, soybeans, and sweet potatoes.
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Springtime Adventures at Sweet Valley Ranch

Opening March 5th
Tickets Will Go On Sale February 1st

Springtime Adventures at Sweet Valley Ranch opens March 5th. We will feature one of the largest inflatable parks (Tiny’s Inflatable World) in North Carolina. We will have carnival games and our newest bowling game. We have two new playgrounds for children. Guest will meet and interact with our farm animals. The ticket price for this event is $10 if purchased on-line or $12 at the farm. Stay tuned for more details. Tickets go on sale February 1st.

Sweet Valley Ranch’s Go-Kart Nature Trail Ride Opens March 5th at Springtime Adventures at Sweet Valley Ranch. Tickets go on sale February 1st and will cost $20 to include driver and passenger. Four seaters are $35. Must be 16 years old to drive. The trail will go through the woods, fields, etc. You don’t want to miss out. Disclaimer : Eye protection and helmets must be worn at all times. Guest will get dirty (dust, mud, etc.)

Farm Tours

Sweet Valley Ranch will be offering Farm Tours on Saturdays beginning March 5th. The Farm Tour is a 45-minute narrated exploration of the entire farm experiencing all that Sweet Valley Ranch has to offer on a tractor pulled wagon.  Guest will see over 350 animals, visit our Reptile House and much more.  Learn some of the unique history behind Sweet Valley Ranch.  Tickets go on sale February 1st and are $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for children.
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Returning June 2022!

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Dinosaur World Meets Ice Age

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In The News

Fred Surgeon Values 20 year Relationship with Lumbee Guaranty Bank

We Are Proud to Be Up & Coming Weekly Best of Fayetteville Winner! 

Now Hiring for Multiple Positions 

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So Much To Do At Sweet Valley Ranch!

There are 4 Ponds on the Ranch
Three ponds are located in the “Queen’s Landing” area (named for Anita Surgeon)
There is a tiny house- “Pecan Lodge”
Log Cabin- “Pine View Cabin”
(7) 2-1/2 acre paddocks (Sunnyside Field, Betray Paddock, Charleston Field, Mouse Alley, Barron Field, Windmill Field and Pear Tree Field)
1,800 square foot multi-purpose building
3,800 square foot hay barn
Roadside stand, multiple animal barns, dog kennel
 20 acres of hay fields
Pigeon Loft, Macaw Aviary, several chicken coops
 Gazebo and 6,000 square foot base camp area. 
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Read Our Reviews

"Everything I expected and more. The kids loved the rare animals can't wait to go back."

"The guys were very nice and very respectful, they treated my daughter like a Queen. They stopped what they were doing and gave us a tour of the farm, we left we 3 new chickens and a huge smile on my daughters face, the Owner came and shake hands with us and thank us for coming in and invite us to come back anytime. We were impressed on the way we were welcome and treated. Definitely will be back and recommend to everybody."