The Sheep Pasture is a recreational facility and working farm in Easton, Massachusetts. This beloved family-friendly park is a favorite Massachusetts destination for both people and their pooches to enjoy. The Sheep Pasture is a not for profit organization that sits on 154 acres of property.
The grounds offer many attractions for families to enjoy including open grass trails, trails which lead through heavily forested regions, and farm animals. Other activities include bird watching and picnicking on the grounds in the provided picnic shelters.
The facility plays host to many different occasions including special events and children's programs. Furry family members are welcome to join their owners on the grounds but must remain leashed at all times. Owners must take care that their furbabies do not disturb the farm animals that make The Sheep Pasture their home.
Bathrooms are housed on the premises for use by the public, but drinking water must be brought from home to ensure Fido has access to a cool drink when the urge strikes him. Poop bags are not supplied; however, owners are asked to assume responsibility for all canine waste removal and disposal.
The Sheep Pasture is a public recreational area, and entrance to the grounds is provided to all people and their pooches at no cost. Housed on the grounds are a variety of farm animals including cows, sheep, chickens, horses, goats, and geese. The property is also home to streams, ponds, and community gardens for families to enjoy. A trip to The Sheep Pasture is a treat for the whole family!
Dogs visiting The Sheep Pasture must be up to date on all vaccinations. Additionally, Massachusetts state dog by-laws requires that all dogs frequenting public places be licensed with their city and sport the appropriate dog tags on their collar. Looking to get away to a relaxing rural retreat for the day? Bring Fido and the family to visit The Sheep Pasture!