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Hayloft Candles

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(3 Reviews)

99 S Groffdale Rd, Leola, PA 17540

(717) 656-9463

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Today: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
47
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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Fax: (717) 656-9463

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Categories
Candle Making Supplies, Candles
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Price Range : Below Average

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chaco1

10/12/2012

Overall
Beautiful Place

Set in the middle of "Amish Country" this is a beautiful place to visit. The candles and other items in the store are very nice, but kind of expensive. My kids love the petting zoo, just be prepared to bring lots of quarters (there is a change machine too) because the kids will want to buy food to EVERY animal. Lots of neat barnyard animals plus deer, a yak, parrot, and other exotic animals as well as other animals.

nic1477

04/13/2012

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Horrific

Went to Hayloft because we read about the petting zoo on the Lancaster, PA tourism website. What we saw when we arrived left me with a stomach ache. Those poor animals are locked in the smallest cages. A goat stuffed in a space the size of a dog crate. A donkey pacing back and forth in a tiny pen. No grass, hardly any water, and dirty,sad looking animals. We got right back in the car and left. These animals need grassy areas they can roam, mental stimulation, and appropriate care. I will be contacting others to look into this abuse.

nic1477

03/19/2012

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Poor Animals

Went to Hayloft because we heard about th petting zoo. What we saw when we arrived left me with a stomach ache. Those poor animals are locked in the smallest cages. A goat stuffed in a space the size of a dog crate. A donkey pacing back and forth in a tiny pen. We got right back in the car and left. These animals need grassy areas they can roam. I will be contacting others to look into this abuse.

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