Willow Brook Farm is located 25 miles west of Boston in the beautiful town of Holliston, Massachusetts.
Owners, David and Nancy Dubin started their farm in 2002 as a small agritourism farm named Lil’ Folk Farm. Their primary focus was introducing the wonderful world of farm animals and horses to children of all ages through Birthday Parties, field trips, and summer camp. Livestock included goats, sheep, rabbits, chickens, alpacas, llamas, miniature horses, miniature donkeys, and of course, horses. As their farm grew, so did the farm’s interest to develop additional programs centered around horses. With their first pony Black Jack leading the way, Lil’ Folk Farm started a riding lesson program and riding summer camp in 2003.
What started out 16 years ago, has blossomed into an Equestrian facility with over 30 lesson horses teaching children starting at the young age of 4 all the way through adults.
Our facility is home to 2 indoor arenas with various heated rooms, a large outdoor arena, an eventing course for schooling, and access to nearby trails. Our barns are filled with a variety of horses and ponies to suit the needs of all of our riders; beginner, intermediate and advanced alike. Our sweet and talented horses span from a super easy ride for the very beginner to learn on, to challenging mounts for eventing riders, IEA riders and adults. Our Massachusetts certified camp is one of the best riding and farm camps in the Metrowest area.
As our farm grew over the past 16 years, the equestrian program surpassed all the farm activities. We were no longer just an agritourism farm but an equestrian facility where children and adults came not only to ride, but to foster their love of horses. In 2014 we chose to rename the farm to reflect the growth in our equestrian programs.
Willow Brook Farm was born but Lil’ Folk still remains where it all began.
We Hope to see you at the farm!!
David and Nancy Dubin