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Absolutely fantastic location to meet as a family. Great fun for a toddler, plenty of shade in hot weather. Play areas were good although in need of some upkeep. Cafe was excellent. Great service and superb food. Highly recommend the special burger. Delicious. Well worth...More
Came for just a stroll and to let my little boy run around as he loves nothing more than being outside. Grabbed a coffee for me and the wife and a ice cream for the kids , lovely place and always a pleasurable stroll and...More
Brilliant for kids and a group of friends. We went with a group of friends had a picnic, has some great walks and open space to enjoy. Defo worth a visit specially in the warm weather or winter if you don't mind getting muddy.
We visited Fermyn Woods on the first day of summer and the sun was shining. Wonderful country park, lots of great walks of varying lengths, which is really helpful with smaller children. We've visited with our older daughters too (14&11) and they enjoy the park...More
We decided to take a trip over to Fermyn as we had tried all the local country parks around us which we are spoilt to have so close.
We wasn’t disappointed as there is a great park for the children, trails, gravels paths if you...More
Refuse to go there everybody comes from outside the village to go there but none of these hem will to pay topa k at the park so anyone that lives along barnyards way or lyveden rd when they come home can't park there car it...More
Dan H, Manager at Fermyn Woods Country Park, responded to this reviewResponded 27 March 2018
Thank you for your comment, we are all too aware of the inconvenience that park users cause by parking along Barnyards Way and Lyveden Way. We have put many notices around the park asking customers to pay to support the Country Park and...More
As a local I visit the park regularly to enjoy the countryside. There's parking, a cafe (Skylark), nature trails, a children's play park (both young and older) and a wood full of fantastic wildlife. It's all very well preserved and hosts lots of events. I...More