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Davis Farmland

145 Redstone Hill Road
978-422-6666

Our Mission:

Preserving the Past for a Brighter Future.

About Us:

Davis Farmland is the largest private sanctuary of endangered livestock in North America. 

"Over the generations the Davis family has always trusted that hard work and innovation will keep agriculture alive and well in Massachusetts. Farming practices may have changed over the years, but the values such as preserving the rich farming culture of New England, maintaining open lands, and above all else, the importance of family, remain the same."



Reviews

Katya Maiser

Rating:
Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Five star family entertainment. I went here with my 9 and 11 year old niece and nephew who love animals. We would have never had enough time in this amazing and clean place. Hands on learning about farm animals. I would plan to spend extra time on the bouncy houses and the sprinkler water park area. It was the kitty barn that got my family hooked.

teri davidson

Rating:
Friday, June 22, 2018
If you don’t live in central MA, or even if you do, this place is the best - totally worth my hour-long drive. It’s like 10% the backyard you wish you had so your kids can breath fresh air and experience a little nature and 90% sweet petting ‘zoo’ and kiddo entertainment. Parents feel secure b/c of good security policies and can actually sit in one of many Adirondack chairs and relax. We bring food, rent a wagon, spend an entire day and are pleasantly surprised with some type of new area/improvement every year. Fantastic place.

Tami Baity

Rating:
Tuesday, April 17, 2018
This place is wonderful! I'm a nanny and brought my little friends, Jacob 5 and Evelyn 2. It's Spring, so there were baby goats anf sheep and bunnies etc. We stayed 3.5 hours and the kids were begging to stay. Tons of activities, animals to pet and feed, could have kept kiddos busy much longer. The kids loved all the play houses esp. They LOVED the hay ride. We'll definitely be back in warmer weather to take advantage of even more that Davis has to offer. Absolutely worth the price of admission, too.

Shaylyn Parkhurst

Rating:
Thursday, June 28, 2018
If I could give this place 10 stars I would! What a fun experience for truly anyone who loves animals and being outdoors (not just kids)! There are a wide variety of animals that you can pet, feed and interact with - unlike any other farm experience. The grounds are very well maintained and organized, with sweet staff memebers everywhere. There are interactive water areas for kids - fishing, mining, water toy racing in addition to a couple awesome playgrounds, a water park (blow up soap foam area and slides), and pony rides! There are showers and changing rooms by the water park area. There are covered pinic table areas - you can bring your own food/drinks in or you can buy a variety of lunch food & treats from their indoor food area. There is also an informational hay ride that brings you out to see animals that aren't a part of the interactive experience, which was awesome! I went on a weekday in mid June and it was not too busy, but I can definitely see the weekends being a bit overwhelming with children. I highly recommend making a whole day of Davis Farmland, because there is so much to do and see (especially with children). It is a bit pricey ($28/person, adults and children), but understandable given all the animals under their care. This place is truly one of my favorite places and I cannot wait to go back!

Andrew Tauro

Rating:
Friday, June 8, 2018
Great place for kids, and grown-ups who want to be kids. Kids love the pony rides, the giant slides as well as the other rides. The petting zoos and feeding the animals is a great experience for young minds growing away in the concrete jungle. Don't miss the face painting for the kids, is usually a blast.

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