"Great time for all ages"
We went to Davis Farmland on a Friday afternoon. I waited until 2:00, and we got in for half price. I also had a coupon from the Entertainment Book, so one of the kids was free. (I'm always looking for the bargain!)
The kids just love to see all the animals, and enjoy being close up and hands on with them. The people working at the farmland are so nice and helpful. They are great with the kids. The boys were able to milk a goat, collect eggs from the chickens, and pet a baby piglets and goats.
The hayride is always enjoyable, and takes place every 30 minutes or so. If you want to take pony rides, those are extra money, but worth it.
Make sure to bring quarters, so you can buy the food to feed the animals. They have little stands set up all over, so you always have one close by to get some food.
There is a small area with flowing water where the kids can play with boats, use a pump to fill cups, and then try to catch "fish" with a bamboo fishing rod. There are lots of cabins and huts for kids to use their hands to stock a grocery store, use tools to build tubes for balls to go through, and even an area that looks like a campground.
Be sure to dress accordingly, because it can get hot in the sun, and you'll want to stay comfortable. There are plenty of shady areas to sit, but the sun is there, and you'll want to have a hat, sunscreen, and water handy.
The water park opens Memorial Day weekend, and that is also a highlight of the park. There's a playground nearby, so the kids can either play in the various water spraying sections, or on playground equipment. They will always be nearby for you to keep an eye on them.
There's a cafe for food and drinks, but we usually try to bring our own.
Local libraries have discount passes available, and is well worth looking into.