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Parkside Farm, Enfield

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
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4.5/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web
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  • This farm is completely decorated on it myself picking fruit and vegetable harvesting it myself. Throughout the summer season there is something to pick. There are sufficient parking spaces, picnic areas and toilets to the large number of visitors. Try to come early, because it is sometimes very busy. The prices of the fruit are quite high, so come here especially for the experience and get no carts vol. Raspberries are still relatively cheap here. All in all a fun and educational summer activity for the kids.
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  • We made the mistake of going in the middle of the afternoon and by this time the strawberries had completely gone, and most of the raspberries and corn were gone too. We still had a lovely time but it...  read more »
  • Went during the summer holidays with kids husband and mum was really busy walked up And collected our basket or bags it s your choice and also got a large trolley to put a little boy in and pull him i...  read more »
  • A really wonderful PYO farm, with strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, courgettes, onions and many other crops. There's a decent amount of car parking, but nearly all the crops do have to picked yourself. Strawberries in particular are often on "table-tops" meaning you don't even need to squat down to pick them. And different varieties of some of the fruit are also available. Be sure to subscribe to their email newsletter for alerts on what crops are available when. And phone their answerphone ahead of a trip for truly up to date details of what crops are being picked.
  • Went on a saturday pm and it was totally jammed with cars and people. Toilets were absolutely filthy with water all over the floors. Probably hadn't been cleaned all day. Managed to find some decent strawberries but when we left we were hit by the £3 / head minimum charge despite there being only one adult and two very young children. Our basket came to £7 and were told we could go back out and collect more and join the horrendous queue again or just pay £9 and let park view pocket tge £2 which is what i did. The cashier told me that this minimum charge was to cover the fact that so many people eat fruit in the field. So I guess my advice is if you do go, UNASHAMEDLY EAT AS MUCH AS YOU CAN IN THE FIELD SINCE THATS WHAT PARK VIEW FARM ACTUALLY EXPECT YOU TO DO AND THEY DO PRICE ACCORDINGLY :-)
  • Amazing place for a sunny day out, however it lacks controls on their own financials example, tourists eat strawberries and other stuff in the farm as well as waste a lot despite a notice that it's now allowed. In my opinion, they should have an entry fees in addition to the minimum purchase clause to break even. We had a great day.
  • Nice morning out for the kids. Get there early to avoid the crowds. There is also a picnic area near the main entrance where you could enjoy your strawberries. The shop also sells ice creams and jam making paraphernalia.
  • Best fruit farm and a good way to spend a day with family and friends
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