Move Over, Disney World: The Legendary Kimball Farm is 50 Acres of Family Fun Time in Massachusetts
There's so much to love about Kimball Farm in Westford, Massachusetts.
In fact, there's 50 acres of fun, and it's now fully open for the season.
If you haven't ever been to this ideal family spot, or haven't gone in many years like me, maybe you thought they only had ice cream. Nah, it's more like the Disney of the North Shore.
Kimball Farm has been around since 1939. It has grown exponentially in the 84 years since its humble beginning as a dairy farm, and then owners Jack and Clara added an ice cream parlor where the woodshed was.
According to kimballfarm.com, the farm is still family-run, and they take pride in providing family fun for the region.
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In 1989, they opened their Carlisle, Massachusetts, location, then Jaffrey, New Hampshire, in 1995, and finally a store in Lancaster, Massachusetts, in 2010.
Their ice cream is legendary, and it's all made in the Westford location.
The Westford location expanded to include bumper boats, an arcade, seafood grill, country store, driving range, bumper cars, batting cages, a nine-hole pitch & putt, zipline, music series, specialty nights, animal adventures, mini golf, and outback tap shack.
It's free to go to Kimball Farms, but the activities do have fees. You can buy tickets on site for individual activities, or a combo pass.
If you need information about hours and pricing, you can find it at kimballfarm.com.
Get the family excited to go to Kimball Farm in Westford. It's the perfect school vacation week activity for everyone. Check out these photos of all the fun activities for everyone at any age at Kimball Farm Westford.