We went to the Winterpast Farm today with my 6 yo son and his friend. We all loved the place and the kids couldn't stop talking about it for the rest of the day. The animals there (many are rescues) are well taken care of by Farmer Mary and her children. Visitors can feed the animals and pet them and help with some of the chores. There are bunnies, guinea pigs, goats, donkeys, llama, pigs and more. Chickens run around freely and an in-ground pool has been converted into a lovely pond with fish, ducks, and turtles. There are lots of swings and some playground equipment for younger kids, but most kids visiting the farm today preferred to pet and feed the animals or just run around the farm. Do keep in mind that it is a farm and not a petting zoo or a park. The animals are allowed to roam so yes, there are animal droppings here and there. And just like on any other working farm, there are lots of things for the farmer to do and lots of projects under way. So if you expect a very tidy, very clean and manicured place, you better go elsewhere. We thought the place very safe, safe enough to let our kids run around and explore on their own while we, the adults, chatted with Farmer Mary. But if your child is very young and tends to put hands (and whatever she grabs in them) in her mouth for a taste, then this is not a safe place for her (as is any other farm). Speaking of Farmer Mary, she was very welcoming and friendly, took time to answer our questions and told us about her animals. By the way, there was a restroom there and a hand-washing station when we visited.