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Dairyland Farm Park

Tresillian Barton, Summercourt, Newquay
01872 510246

About Dairyland Farm Park

Discover all the fun of the farm at Dairyland Farm Park enjoying tractor and pony rides around the fields and helping out with feeding time for the animals.

Offering farmyard frolics since 1975, families will enjoy outdoor fun meeting the animals – including cute rabbits and guinea pigs. Children can roam free in large outdoor play areas with trampolines, swings and slides, or enjoy drop slides and soft play areas.

Daily events include bottle-feeding, pat-a-pet, pony rides and you can also have a go at milking Clarabelle the cyber cow!

The adventure playground offers lots of rides, play equipment and entertainment, have a race around our go-cart track or experience a Tractor Ride through the beauty of the Nature Trail. There’s also the Bull Pen (open all year) – a 12,000sq ft undercover play area with Astra Slides, Drop Slides, Ball Pools, Soft Play Areas, Climbing Nets, Fireman’s Pole, Tumble Tower and a snack bar.

You can also journey back in time in the Cornish Heritage Centre – a fascinating look at how we used to live and work.

Did you know?

Dairyland Farm Park has been providing fun on the farm since 1975 - and if your family love visiting, you can hold your child's birthday party at the attraction! More information is available on their website.

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Seasonal Opening Times

The whole park is open for February half term from Saturday 11 February to Sunday 19 February.
Dairyland then reopens on Saturday 1 April, with Easter activities running from 1-16 April.

The Bullpen is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday during the winter months with the exception of February half term, when it is open daily.

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What Visitors Say

"We go every year with our friends and children for Halloween and for their Christmas events. They are our favourite attraction and they always put the effort in for the occasion. Yesterday we went for our Halloween visit and it was brilliant. The kids love it. They got to ride ponies, stroke the animals including calves and ponies, make craft Halloween bits, pick they own pumpkin in a little wheelbarrow and so much more. You can spend the whole day and enjoy every moment."
"We had a lovely time. Staff member Lindsay was really sweet with our little one, she allowed her to meet the baby goats because it was so quiet on the day we visited. Lindsey was also very knowledgeable about the insects which made visiting the bug house interesting.
A lovely place to visit with small children."
"Wow what a park! The staff were so nice, very interactive with my child. There was loads to do - I don’t think we managed it all! My child was able to pet a guinea pig and rabbit, and ride a pony for the first time. We won’t forget this day! "

Frequently Asked Questions

Are dogs allowed in the Park?
Unfortunately not - as we have a lot of animals, we do not allow dogs into the Farm Park. However, if you do have to bring your dog in the car, please make sure your car is well ventilated and water provided. Do not leave them unattended for long periods - especially in hot weather. We have spaces to exercise your dog as well.

We do allow assistance dogs.
Is there parking on site?
Yes, we have free parking.
Is the Park wheelchair accessible?
Yes. A large majority of the park is accessible for all. There is also plenty of disabled parking available and there is a disabled toilet too. If you require further information, please do not hesitate to call us on 01872 510 246.
Can I bring a picnic?
Yes. The park is a perfect outdoor setting, plus there are many undercover areas that can be used to shelter from the rain or sunshine.
What happens if it rains?
We offer all-weather fun, and if it is raining you can take cover in our indoor play areas or visit the animals in the Haybarn. You can also enjoy a bite to eat inside our Farmhouse Kitchen.

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