Sweet Valley Ranch is currently working on creating some wonderful family fun attractions, including our Dinosaur World. Because of this, we are not offering any farm tours or scheduling any private events at this time. We hope you will join us during the attractions to experience all that our farm has to offer.

Where Quality Meets Freshness

Learn More About Our Ranch Below! 

About Sweet Valley Ranch

Sweet Valley Ranch is a USDA licensed farm located on 300 acres in Fayetteville, North Carolina, owned and operated by Fred & Anita Surgeon.  The Surgeon’s have strong roots in agriculture, livestock, and other aspects of farming.  The land was rugged and completely overgrown when they purchased it in September of 2016.

The property includes over 60 acres of protected wetlands.  There are 4 ponds on-site.  Three ponds are located in the “Queen’s Landing” area (named for Anita Surgeon)  There is a 2,000 square foot office building, tiny house/gift shop- “Pecan Lodge”, Log Cabin- “Queen’s Landing Cabin”, (7) livestock animal paddocks (Barron Field, Betray Paddock, Charleston Field, Mouse Alley, Pear Tree Field, Sunnyside Field and Windmill Field), 1,800 square foot multi-purpose building- “Cattleman’s Loft”, 2,400 state-of-the-art outdoor Pavilion- Queen’s Landing Pavilion 3,800 square foot hay barn, roadside stand, climate controlled small animal shelter, multiple animal barns, dog kennel, 25 acres of hay fields, Pigeon Loft, Peacock Aviary, Macaw Aviary, several chicken coops, gazebo and 6,000 square foot base camp area.

The following animals are raised at Sweet Valley Ranch: Quarter Horses, Spotted Saddle Horses, Draft Horses, Miniature Horses, Ponies, Miniature Ponies, Donkeys, Miniature Donkeys, Llamas, Angus Cows, Brahma Bull, Water Buffalo, HighPark Cattle, Highland Cattle, Patagonians, Pot Belly Pigs, Zebra, Zedonks, Zebu, Camel, Miniature Longhorn, Macaws, four different species of Ducks, Fainting Goats, six different species of Chickens, Turkeys, Peacocks, Guineas, six different species of Fancy Pigeons, Lionhead Rabbits, Netherland Dwarf rabbits, Burmese Star Tortoise, Great Pyrenees, and Miniature Australian Shepherds.  Sweet Valley Ranch is one of a few breeders in North Carolina of the highly sought-after Savanna Goat.  The farm contains over 350 animals that originate from five different continents.

Sweet Valley Ranch offers the Cedar Creek Haunted Farm and Festival of Lights attractions annually.

There is a Pecan Orchard that produces several varieties of pecans annually.  Approximately seventy-five acres is being utilized for commercial farming purposes.  The items grown commercially are: tobacco, cotton, soybeans and sweet potatoes.
 There is a working saw mill utilized to make finished boards for use on the farm or to be sold.  Some of these boards can be found in the “Queen’s Landing Cabin”

Sweet Valley Ranch is a working farm that utilizes a variety of equipment and vehicles.  The most treasured of all the equipment is a 1956 Farmall Tractor.  Fred Surgeon received this tractor upon his father’s (David Surgeon, Jr.) death in 2016.  The tractor originally belonged to his Grandfather and has been in the family for over 60 years.  The tractor was shipped to a repair shop in Connecticut and was completely restored.


Our Mission

It is our mission to share the Sweet Valley Ranch experience with people in and around North Carolina through our event venue services, annual attractions, animal sales and other community related activities.  We shall continue developing a ranch/farm that is in complete harmony with the surrounding lands and promotes freedom of spirit, personal growth, and an appreciation for family and giving back to our community.
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Our Equipment 

Sweet Valley Ranch uses a variety of equipment and vehicles: 1996-Massy Ferguson Tractor, 2017-New Holland Tractor, 2014-Back hoe, 2017-RAM 5500 dump truck 4-ATVs, Polaris Ranger, Polaris Razor, Golf Cart, 6-Go-Karts, etc.  Fred Surgeon received his father’s tractor (1960 Farmall-140) when he passed away.  This tractor belonged to his Grandfather and has been in the family for over 50 years.  The tractor was shipped to Connecticut and completely restored.  In addition, Fred Surgeon restored his father’s 1983 Chevy Truck “Big Red”

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