This is the place to keep up to date with news of special events, culinary innovations and new arrivals among our herds of deer.




Visitors are invited for free “Sneak Peek”

Opening: Friday 21st May, Saturday 22nd May, Sunday 23rd May

  • Meet and feed the deer – meet our rangers 
  • Explore the deer trail 
  • Enjoy family games in the marquee, including frog in a bog, antler hoopla and even face painting (on select days)
  • Picnic by the Dew Pond and River Rother

Farm life is in full flow at Sky Park Farm. Our hinds are pregnant with calves imminently due to be born. The yearlings are coming out of the shed into the main farm paddocks. Be the first to see the calves and our herds of Red, White and Sika deer over the coming weeks. 

Access is free for the first few weekends. Be sure to book your time to secure your space. Don’t forget – deer feeding with our Rangers will be at 11am and 3pm! 

Entry to the Farm is through the Visitor Centre where you will be able to buy sandwiches, drinks, sweet treats and healthy snacks. You may even be tempted by our deer themed gifts!

While you’re here, you may like to take a sneak peek at our new Adventure Playground set to open in mid June. 

Click here to make your free booking. 

Sneak peek event at the farm, boy looking through fencing at the deer



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