Davis Farmland

145 Redstone Hill Road

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."


Larry Nelson Sr

Saturday, Sep. 9, 2017

Staff was great and facilities were very nice. My grandson had a great time with all the animals. Pricing for food was reasonable but the entry price seemed a bit high. Season passes are also expensive but if you have young kids and are nearby it could be worth it. I appreciate the ability to bring in your own food and drinks and I love the attention to security for the children by forcing the number matched identification bands for each family.

Lucas Beardslee

Friday, Oct. 27, 2017

This was a super time. Went with another couple and spent a few hours. The kids we're thoroughly entertained. The staff was phenomenal and really into interacting with and educating the kiddos. Food was good too at the little restaurant. It may seem pricey for entry but the grounds and activities are SO well thought out and you could literally spend 6+ hours there with 3/4 year olds and they would not run out of fun stuff to do. Total win all around.

Maestro B.

Monday, Aug. 14, 2017

Davis Farm is one of the best parks I've ever been to. In my opinion it's better than a conventional zoo because you can interact with the animals. We were there for our annual church Summer outing and the kids had a blast! But I must say, I think the adults had just as much fun as the kids...maybe even more.😍 I'm sure we will be returning next Summer. Someone may even be back before this Summer is over. Davis Farm!...👍💯💕 BTW, the farmers were excellent, friendly, professional, very helpful and all-out easy going. If you've never been you must go.

kelly schindler

Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017

My kids still enjoy going here. It's definitely pricy so I would suggest either you get the membership or go to your local library and get a coupon. Otherwise they let you in and out with having to repay and you can bring your own food as well.

Danille Calvo

Monday, Oct. 30, 2017

This was the first time I visited this farm. My family and I loved it! There was so much to do and lots of yummy BBQ! I did find the food a bit pricey for the portions. We arrived at 1 PM and did not leave until 7 PM. We had a BLAST!