Things to do at Fishers Farm Park review
Fishers Farm Park is in Wisborough Green, West Sussex, near to Horsham, Crawley and Gatwick. It’s got a great range of attractions that are targeted towards under 8s, so it’s brilliant for younger children. There’s bouncy pillows, trampolines, a huge wooden castle and lots of mini play areas dotted around, as well as a few small rides and the ‘Skyfall’ attraction for the very brave.
They have indoor and outdoor animals plus pony rides, (£1 each for 2 years plus – not available all year) animal handling and a farm show. Plus animal racing outdoors.
Even during very wet weather there’s plenty to keep children entertained, plus there’s three indoor play areas to keep dry and warm in! Featuring Higgledy village, a fairytale themed play area and sensory room, the slide barn, and the newly refurbished circus themed soft play area.
There’s lots of seating available for adults plus a cafe and bar area with table service. On weekends you’ll need a wristband as access to the play areas is on timed slots (90 minutes) but you can get one as you enter the park (and it’s included within the entrance price).
Certain activities do cost extra, like the quad bikes and bumper cars so make sure you take some change to buy tokens. As you go in there is a timetable of events for the day, make sure you take a photo of it so that you don’t miss out on the Bumper Boats, tractor and trailer ride, Barrel bug safari or Ghost Tunnel! There is even adventure golf, a large wooden pirate ship, a high ropes style walkway and a climbing wall.
Fishers Farm Park run themed weeks throughout the year, including Christmas, Halloween and the school half terms. Whilst it can get busy at these times, there’s never a long queue for anything and the proximity of the attractions means that there’s always something else nearby to distract you!
It’s a great place to go for a full day’s worth of fun, there are loads to do and you can go back to the things you enjoyed again and again! There is also a splash zone open in the summer.
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FAQ and Further Information Fishers Farm Park
Is there food and drink available?
Hot food is available at the Farmers Grill and there’s also the Ramblers Retreat which serves drinks and amazing hot doughnuts! You can take a picnic and sit inside the spacious picnic barn, or there’s plenty of outside benches.
What are the main things to do?
Lots of outdoor play areas plus three indoor play areas. Quad bikes, pony rides and bumper cars (additional cost) plus daily and yearly events. Farm animals indoors and outdoors. There are toilets and a cafe.
What are the ticket prices?
Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Higher-priced- A ticket for anyone 3 or over costs £15.75. Under 2’s are free and other pricing options are available.
Is there parking?
Parking at Fishers Farm Park is free.
When are they open?
Fishers farm park is open all year round except for Christmas Day and Boxing Day. For up to date opening times please follow this link.
Only assistance dogs are permitted.
Are they accessible?
Guest Post with thanks to Gemma from Mummy’s Waisted