Goats & Wine

Vail Stables

Goats? Wine? What? Yes! It’s incredibly fun to enter a pen with 5 or more goats and a glass of wine. Their goat-like behavior entertains and delights. They’ll pose for your selfie.

Unwind with an Amazing Goats & Wine Experience!

Men, women, and children find themselves enthralled by our humorous goats. Come experience the joy of hanging out with these delightful animals while you sip on a drink.
The goats are released into the visiting pen, where you are ready with treats and an uncanny ability to prevent the goats from spilling your drinks. At first it’s a bit chaotic, and then everyone settles into some kind of calm and delight.
If you’re bringing the children, you can watch them have fun in Goats & Soda while you lounge in a hammock with a cold one. Everyone is happy.
And if that seems a bit much, you can always show up at the Crooked Cow Saloon for a casual hangout with goats between 3:30 and 5:30 PM for the Happiest Hour in Town, when a few goats roam free and get into things, like cars and purses.
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  • Goats & Wine (21 & Up) $25 per Person
  • Goats & Soda (11-20) $15 per Person
  • Goats & Soda (0-10) $10 per Person
  • Duration
    1 Hour
  • Schedule
    11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
  • Availability
    May 22nd - September 26th
Goats & Wine

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