Located in Sterling, Mass., just minutes from Route 495, an hour from Boston or half an hour from Worcester, Davis Farmland is a blast for children 2 to 7—and parent friendly, too!
It all started seven generations ago, when George Davis, a farmer from Westford MA, moved to Redstone Hill Road in 1846. In 1990, the Davis Family built a simple petting zoo, which has since grown to be the largest sanctuary of endangered or heritage livestock in North America and houses over 100 breeds of farm animals, including Highland Cattle, Poitou Donkeys, Nigerian Dwarf Goats, plus alpacas, camels, and many more!
With a children’s Imagination Center, Hayrides, Pony Rides, an 80 foot Cow-A-Bunga Super Slide, Dig for Dino bones, sand and water play, Jumbo Jump Pad, state-of-the-art play structures, and Toddler Play, you can’t still can’t do everything in 7 hours!
And don’t forget to enjoy lunch or dinner at the Davis BBQ Restaurant, located next door.