This summer at Cotswold Farm Park

  • Cotswold Farm Park
  • Cotswold Farm Park
  • Cotswold Farm Park
  • Cotswold Farm Park

The team at Cotswold Farm Park have a number of activities to entertain people of all ages throughout the summer. Here’s what you can expect:

Cotswold Farm Park is a great way to spend a sunny day this summer, with lots of outdoor activities for young and old. There is plenty to keep kids entertained in the sun, including the bouncing pillows and the adventure playground.

Enjoy a walk through the Rare Breeds Through History walk, where visitors can meet some of the Farm Park’s rare breeds and learn about their history. The animals can be hand-fed in this area - the greedy goats will be your best friend if you have a bag of animal food in your hand.

The usual Farm Park fun will be happening indoors, including bottle-feeding of lambs and goats and cuddling cute chicks and fluffy bunnies. Visitors can enjoy the different seasonal demonstrations; watch a cow get milked in the Milking demonstration and learn about sheep through the ages with the Sheep show. Milking is on now and the Sheep show returns on the 18th June.

Visitors can grab a bite to eat in Adam’s Kitchen which serves hot and cold food, drinks and snacks. As well as Adam’s Kitchen, there are snack bars in the park to grab an ice-cream or drink to go. The Farm Park shop also sells a variety of products and produce to take home, including meat and eggs which come from the farm. The Gloucester Old Spot sausages are not to be missed!

During the summer holidays, the Maize Maze will be returning to Cotswold Farm Park. The maze opens on the 21st July and will be open until the 2nd September. This year, the theme of the maze is ‘Wonderland’ and there will be a delightful tea party in the centre of the maze. There is also a smaller guided route suitable for young children, where they can follow white rabbit signs directly to the middle.

The maze experience is included within the standard cost of admission for all Farm Park visitors. For any maze fanatics, maze-only admissions will also be available.

The Farm Park is open daily from 10.30am to 5.00pm. Visit www.cotswoldfarmpark.co.uk for more information on whats on. Tickets can be purchased online or at the gate, but are always cheapest when purchased online.