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Easton Farm Park, Woodbridge
Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
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At the age of 36 I am a big kid and have been going to Easton for years to visit the farm park. There are some lovely walks around the fields and along the river and during the spring there are always... read more »
If you are in the area this is a place you must visit, you will not be disappointed.There is tractors to rude on and animals to feed as well as a cafe on site
I've never posted a review on trip advisor, but after searching for Easton farm park to get the opening times and seeing the bad reviews that had been left I felt I had to show my support!! This is on... read more »
£25 for 2 adults and a 3 year old... Definitely not worth it.. Not enough there at all. Sadly we got bored after 45 minutes and left. Jimmys Farm is better for far less money. Won't be returning.
visited recently. went to the barn where the toy tractors could be ridden when paying £1.00 . put money in slot but they did not work,. although we got our money back found out from other visitors that they had the same experience. surely management should have put notice up stating "out of order"- it might deter disappointment with the children, NOT impressed with food at all. VERY poor quality and quantity for price paid!! Will take a picnic if have to go again.
A nice range of activities and animals and friendly staff.
Easton farm park was very quiet on the day of our visit, pre-season mid-week. This meant we were one of about 10 families visiting that day. The park itself looked a bit tired, fencing needed repairing and some painting here and there wouldn't have gone amiss. The animals were well cared for - a big plus for us. Although selling chicks to tourists for £2.50 is not appropriate for a farm in my eyes! A good selection of activities include rides on carts and barrel trucks, egg collecting, a nice walk round the animal paddocks, petting areas and play area (indoor and out). The cafe was also reasonably priced. With some more maintenance this would be a great day out but right now seems only average.
Took our 3 year old and he enjoyed himself lots. He got to hug a bunny, ride in a quad trailer (strapped in of course) play in the in and out door play areas and generally tie himself out. Lots of picnic areas but we ate in the cafe service was a bit on the slow side but the food was good and thee was a play area next to the seating which allowed us to eat in peace whilst the boy ran about.
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