Things to do at Odds Farm Park review
You can easily fill a whole day out at Odds Farm Park with lots to do for all ages both indoors and out. Meeting the animals is a definite highlight. Animal activities change with the season with everything from cow milking to bottle-feeding kid goats. If you jump on a tractor-trailer ride around the farm, you’ll also see the animals outside in the paddock.
There’s a varied range of outdoor attractions appealing to a broad age range. The large adventure play area has a great big slide, tunnels, balancing beams and walkways. Next to it is a fantastic beach area with plenty of buckets and spades and an old fashioned water pump too.
At the far end of the Odds Farm, the adventure fort is a fantastic big wooden structure, perfect for imaginative play. If that wasn’t enough, there’s also a maze, go-karts, fitness trail, pedal tractors and mini-golf. The space outside is also enjoyable just to wander around with thoughtful play areas, a duck pond and even a couple of big old tractors just to sit on and make-believe.
You can cool off on a hot day at the imaginative splash park. An unusual network of waterways, it boasts 28 water play features and over 80 metres of channels, streams and pools. You could easily spend another hour or so at the indoor soft play.
As well as the usual soft play apparatus to clamber through, there is a 4 lane giant slide and a scary vertical drop slide, perfect for slightly older kids who enjoy the rush. They cater for all ages with a ball pit area for under 2’s, a toddler section and then the free for all adventure for bigger kids.
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FAQ and Further Information Odds Farm Park
Is there food and drink available?
Marmalade’s Tea Room offers a full range of options from sandwiches to hot cooked meals. The ingredients are sourced from Britain, using free-range, organic, ethical and fair trade produce to serve fresh and super yummy food. A drink and snack stand can also be found at the Splash Park. You can picnic in the grounds.
What are the main things to do?
Outdoors – Adventure fort, play park, splash park, sand & water play area, tractor-trailer rides, log play area, adventure maze, go-karts, mini-golf, pedal tractors, animal paddocks. Indoors – Indoor soft play barn with 4 lane slide, drop slides, soft play and a separate dedicated area for under 5’s. Animal barns with meet the animal activities that vary by season.
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Mid-range. Prices vary for weekdays and weekends and during term time and school holidays. Under 2’s go free and prices range from £13.95 for children & adults weekday term times to £15.95 during school holidays.
Is there parking?
There is free parking.
When are they open?
Odds Farm Park is open every day except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day. For up to date opening times and dates please follow this link.
Only assistange dogs are permitted.
Are they accessible?
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