Creamery Brook Bison

“Are you ready to take a breath and slow down? Well, you can head to rural Connecticut where the air is fresh and the scenery is picturesque. Creamery Brook Bison Farm in Brooklyn is rustic, charming and completely devoid of modern distractions.

This 110 acre working farm features a wagon ride that takes visitors out to the fields to visit 150 plains bison which swarm around the tractor.  Sure, this is the east coast but the sight of these high-shouldered, massive creatures evokes visions of the old west.  ‘We are definitely unique,’ says owner Debbi Tanner.  ‘There’s no other place like it in the state of Connecticut.'”

Creamery Brook Bison

19 Purvis Rd.

Brooklyn, CT 06234

P. (860) 779-0837

E. Creamery Brook Bison

W. Creamery Brook Bison

Hours of Operation and Fees

Please call or E-mail for Details


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Youth Groups Trips- Schools - Camps - Scouts

Youth Group Trips All Ages

Schools – Camps – Scouts 

Guided tours are available for groups. You will be able to walk to see small groups of animals and a petting area. We will help you make ice cream and butter. A picnic area is available if you would like to extend your day in the country. Don’t forget to stop in our store for your bison meat and unique bison souvenirs.

RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED! Minimum Charge $90.00 for 1-15 people. 16th person & up $6.00 per adult, $5.00 per child Note: this package does NOT include a wagon ride.

Full Tour

Add a 40 minute wagon ride to our Group Activity Tour which includes making ice cream & butter as well as a walk to small groups of other animals. Plan to spend about 2 hours with us.

RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED! Minimum charge $150.00 for 1-15 people 16th person and up $8.50 per person

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  • johnreallreally

    Thanks to the computer game Oregon Trail that has been
    around ever since, I do not know any young children who are not thrilled to
    live a bit of the game out in real life. I am a principle at an elementary
    school so I do not get to attend many trips but after hearing the stories from
    other teachers I just had to try it with my grand kids scoot group. We all had
    a ball. I am planning to go again before the summer is over

  • marie ann

    i came here with my husband last year, and we just loved this tour, the bison were so kind and cute, they even let you feed em and pet em

    • james

      wow, really..did they charge you extra for petting and/or feeding them ??