How you doing?
Who's up for an adventure with GG, me and the Elegance?
The weather's warming and we have two days a week free ready for day trips. There's an array of family farms in Sussex and Gloria's the perfect age to delight in feeding the pigs and a zillion rides on a sack slides, tractor rides, pony rides, gosh, so much fun!
I've investigated and found 5 local farms (within 45 minute drive) of Brighton.
We've been to one, 4 to tick off the list, who's in? Click here!
1. Spring Barn Farm
A sweet little farm on the edge of Lewes close to the train station. There's a small barn of animals, some pig pens; a big fat hairy one 'He's snuffling in the mud' cried GG and the rest is play. The best go carts (on the list for LPM) a jumping pillow, water/sand/pump zone, which GG loved and would not leave. It rained and wondered where everyone had gone, then discovered the indoor barn with excellent slides, soft play, pirate ship and chunky blocks to make dens.
We had an excellent time, it was pretty empty; mid week, wet, during term. A totally different place during holidays, now is the time to go with pre schoolers, as all these farms.
2. Fishers Farm Park
This farm looks a ton of fun, lots of rides and activities with a loads of animals to pet, look at the cute baby donkey! I'm looking forward to being pulled by a tractor, go karting,
enchanted woodland walk, jumping pillows, trampolines, zip lines, sand pits, merry-go-round, ski jump, octopus ride, swing boats, barrel bug safari and loads and loads more, check out the website. It is the furthest from Brighton, a 50 minute drive, looks worth it, I'll report back!
A petite farm with lots of animals, shire horses, shetland ponies, donkeys, sheep, lambs, rabbits, pigs, cows, etc, an indoor and outdoor play areas, tractor rides, adventure playground, jumping pillows, sandpit and an indoor play area with soft play and cannon fire balls, foam ones, not flame ones... It all looks very cute and there's a fab tea room, love a jacket potato at these places...
A mere 9 miles from Brighton.
4. Knockhatch Adventure Park
'Knockhatch is a fantastic choice for families with a petting farm, owl sanctuary centre, large indoor play centre (Froggies), several outdoor adventure playgrounds, a boating lake, and lots of picnic areas.' Looks great! 35 minutes drive from Brighton near Hailsham.
5. Blackberry Farm
A cute little farm with pony rides (for an extra charge) a drop slide, a new super fast astra and tube slide, jumping pillow ( all the rage at these farms) trampolines, zip wire, sand pits, tractor rides, egg collecting and tons more. A 35 minute drive from Brighton, near Whitesmith.
Which farm do you fancy? We're free Monday's and Friday's, email me for some fun and adventure.
I'll update the post with my reviews and photos. Let me know which ones you've visited and any others that should of made the list.
Please use this list for inspiration for your Sussex family and friends farm day out.
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