Massachusetts June 15, 2019
The Idyllic Massachusetts Farm Where There Are A Million And One Things To Do
A visit to this lovely Massachusetts farm may be the most memorable thing you’ll do this season More than just a vegetable patch, this spot is packed with amazing things to do and tons to see, taste, and experience. Here’s what you should expect and how to visit.
You'll be wowed by all the things to do and see at West End Creamery in Whitinsville. Don’t be fooled by the word "farm" — this place is basically a countryside amusement park.
It’s hard to know where to start when describing all the different activities on offer here. First of all, you’ll want to stop by the farm’s creamery for more than 60 flavors of homemade ice cream, frozen yogurt, sherbet, and sorbet.
Next, head to the miniature golf course for a full 18 holes of fun. The farm bills it as one of the best mini golf courses in the state, and we’d have to agree. There are twists, turns, water features, and tricky shots aplenty.
Kids will also want to head over to the farm’s massive inflated bounce pillows! These things are set into the ground and allow children to hop to their hearts’ content without worrying about falling off an elevated trampoline.
Sound fun? Well, good news — there’s a second pillow just for older kids and adults! While Pillow 1 has a height requirement of 36 inches to 52 inches, Pillow 2 is open to guests 52 inches tall and over.
If you visit later in the year, the farm also offers a fun Flash Light Maze on Fridays and a superb fall festival. You’ll want to bring your friends to this one — it’s pretty spooky!
And of course, because this place is a real working farm, there’s plenty of rural beauty and barnyard sights to take in. You’ll love gazing out over the fields, smelling the fresh air, checking out the goats, and maybe even taking home a gallon or two of ice cream to tide you over until your next visit to West End Creamery.
Address: 481 Purgatory Road, Whitinsville, MA, 01588
To learn more about visiting West End Creamery, including seasonal opening hours and admission information, check out their website
here. You should also check out some of our other favorite warm-weather things to do in Massachusetts.