Rhode Island Attractions April 25, 2022
Take A Sunday Drive, Stop For A Treat And Play With Goats At Festival Farm In Rhode Island
A leisurely Sunday drive just hearkens back to yesteryear. Some Sundays we’d just hop in the car, roll down the windows, and let our final destination be a surprise. Maybe it was a roadside farm stand, an adorable restaurant, or an ice cream shop. Sometimes, though, we hit the road with a picture-perfect destination in mind. Like Festival Farm in Rhode Island.
A leisurely Sunday drive to Festival Farm in Hope Valley seems more than appropriate.
After all, the farm bills itself as "...a great place for the whole family to come and enjoy 'The Way Things Used To Be.'"
One visit and Festival Farm's sure to become one of your favorite destinations. The family-owned farm and country store welcomes visitors all year around.
If you love animals, you'll feel like you've stepped into paradise. Bring your camera along, so you can meet some of the furry residents - from goats to alpacas.
Mini donkeys, an emu, a pony, and pheasants all call the farm home. You can even pet and feed the goats and the sheep. (If you've ever met a goat, you know you're about to make some lifelong friends.)
The kiddos can climb aboard a tractor or a pony for a ride on the weekends. You can even host a birthday party at Festival Farm.
After all of the outdoor fun, head inside the country store to stock up on fresh produce and other goodies.
Grab a cold drink and a tasty treat while you're in the shop.
You'll definitely want to stop by in each season. Pick up hanging plants in the spring, fresh produce in the summer, and pumpkins and maple syrup in the fall.
Learn more on the official website of
Festival Farm. Or, stop by its Facebook page for days and hours.
Have you been to Festival Farm in Rhode Island? Share your experience in the comments! For more time among adorable animals, plan a visit to
West Place Animal Sanctuary in Tiverton. Address: Festival Farm, 2 Canonchet Rd, Hope Valley, RI 02832, USA