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February Half Term


Something for Everyone at Sky Park Farm

Our Farm Experience will open seven days a week over half term, Saturday 12th February to Sunday 27th February. For more information about the Farm Experience and the breadth of the offer at Sky Park Farm, read on! 

Does it feel like spring yet? Well, the snowdrops certainly think so. With the weather ranging from tshirts one day to wooly hats the next, our bodies, minds and souls are yearning to escape the central heating and embrace the outdoors. 

For those who are staying close to home this half term, Sky Park Farm has something for everyone. 

Our Adventure Playground is open, with its dedicated areas for toddlers and children. The playground allows children to roam free and generally satisfy their lust for adventure. Children young and old can let off steam in the Adventure Playground. With a dedicated area for the Under 5’s and a larger play area for older children, all children can satisfy their lust for adventure whilst our deer look curiously on. Children can scale new heights on the climbing wall, create adventures in the fort with its secret tunnel, venture across the ropes and down the fireman’s pole. The dedicated toddler play area for smaller children has a sandpit, swings and mini fort with a slide.  Whatever the weather, hours of entertainment awaits in our woodland wonderland. 

Our Farm Trail will capture the imagination of little ones as they meander through our races, meeting the deer along the way. Grab a bag of deer food, and see if you can take a fun photo of our beautiful red, white and sika deer. Share on instagram and don’t forget to tag @skyparkfarmwestharting

If you get a little peckish as you explore our farm, our Visitor Centre has plenty of sandwiches, hot and cold drinks and snacks to keep you going. Who knows, you may even want an ice cream! 

For those looking to have someone else to share the burden of feeding hungry mouths, The Grazing Rooms cafe is open seven days a week with breakfast and lunch menus served Wednesday to Sunday. We have children’s menus for breakfast and lunch, and have a special Sunday Lunch menu too created with smaller appetites in mind! 

If you want to have something in your fridge or freezer to eat at home, our Farm Shop offers outstanding quality produce and makes shopping fun! 

  • Grab a recyclable bottle and fill and refill with delicious fresh oat or cows milk 
  • Create your own milkshake – with either Toats Oat or Meon Valley milk 
  • Choose from a wide selection of freshly baked artisan bread and homemade pastries
  • Watch our busy bees in our very own bee hive and choose from a selection of local honey
  • Indulge yourself with a selection of stunning chocolates and sweet treats from our patisserie fridge 
  • Enjoy eating in season with our fresh fruit, vegetables and organic eggs from local suppliers
  • Don’t forget to explore our Made in our Kitchen range of frozen meals (everything from cottage pie to macaroni cheese, from ready bake sausage rolls to fresh soups) 
  • Our Butcher counter offers locally sourced beef, lamb, pork, chicken and game, as well as our very own venison. 

Entry to the Farm Trail and Adventure Playground is through the Visitor Centre. Booking is recommended, especially for February half term, visit our website, where memberships are also available for individuals and families. Our Farm Shop and Butcher are open daily from 9am to 5pm, 4.30pm on Sundays, and The Grazing Rooms is open Wednesday to Sunday, 9am to 5pm. Booking is recommended. 

Children playing on a slide at Sky Park Farm during February half term



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