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Farnham Park

Castle Street, Farnham GU9 0AU, England
+44 1252 717047
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Super walks with views for all the family

Farnham Park is a large expance of beautiful parkland with pathways for easy walking in the wet and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Beautiful park where Henry VIII used to ride when he was a child.

We live nearby and walk through the park to town. There are lots of deer and other wildlife, and... read more

Reviewed 17 November 2017
Farnham, United Kingdom
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Farnham Park is a remarkable survival of a medieval deer park with a landscape of rolling grassland and veteran trees and a boundary that has remained unchanged for over 600 years. Its 320 acres (130 hectares)has retained much of its 17th Parkland character and has the feel of open countryside. It offers Avenues, hidden dells, hills, valleys, ponds and streams. It's elevated position provides panoramic views of Farnham and surrounding countryside. Farnham Park is a Site of Nature Conservation Importance (SNCI), an area of Historic Landscape Value (AHLV) a Grade 2 listed Historic Park and Garden (English Heritage designation), a Local Nature Reserve (LNR) and has received Green Flag status for the second year running. Park facilities The Park is managed for wildlife and recreation and provides: a large adventure playground a toddlers play area a shared used path (suitable for both pedestrians and cyclists) limited access for wheelchairs cafe toilets a hole golf course cricket club two football pitches. The football pitches are available for hire during the playing season please contact: waverleysportsbookings@glendale-services.co.uk Where is Farnham Park? The southern end of the Park lies about 100m north of Castle Street, an easy walk from the centre of town. Farnham is well served by buses and trains, though if you are driving, the main car park is situated off Folly Hill (A 287) between Farnham and Upper Hale.
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Castle Street, Farnham GU9 0AU, England
+44 1252 717047
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Farnham Park is a large expance of beautiful parkland with pathways for easy walking in the wet and interesting points such as a brook, woods and views. There is also a cafe with very reasonable prices and yummy cakes.

Thank W4898TKshh
Reviewed 17 November 2017

We live nearby and walk through the park to town. There are lots of deer and other wildlife, and lovely views.

Thank juneipoon
Reviewed 13 September 2017 via mobile

Farnham park is so lovely you can walk along the paths or go off into the fields all be it often there are cattle so just take care There are two areas for the children to let off steam an area for the younger children...More

Thank Riddles F
Reviewed 13 September 2017

I love walking the dog here. Free car park-huge bonus. There is a fab cafe attached to the public golf club which serves reasonably priced hot and cold food. Also dog friendly. The cottage pie and toasted sandwiches are a hit with my family. There...More

Thank Catherine A
Reviewed 26 August 2017

Farnham Park is central and has good amenities for children, especially the adventure park which our grandchildren enjoyed. The plus points include free car parking, a café on the site, easy access to local towns like Fleet and Farnham and lots of walking possibilities. The...More

Thank aldershot1
Reviewed 25 August 2017

The area is big - lots of space for children and dogs to run around. Well maintained - but 'facilities' are sparse. Walk into town from here too - good eating places at all prices there.

Thank Sasparilla H
Reviewed 13 July 2017

We didn't really see much of it, as we had a wander then walked to the castle, but what we did see was a glorious space. Farnham are so lucky to have this much green, it's free to park and I wish we had time...More

Thank teresam366
Reviewed 25 June 2017

A lovely park, very well maintained - at the end near to the castle there is a lovely rustic play park for the children.

Thank upchuckSurrey
Reviewed 25 June 2017 via mobile

This is a lovely open space to enjoy a sunday walk. As part of a day exploring the town and castle it is well worth visiting. Its hard not to imagine Henry VIII hunting deer on the park.

Thank pjthants
Reviewed 23 June 2017

Wonderful safe walking area for you and your dog, with beach areas for both. A useful cafe with loos on site for snacks, cold drinks, icecreams or a cuppa. An easy walk from Tilford Wood Lodges.

Thank travelagentnixxx
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Questions & Answers
18 March 2017|
Response from WaverleyCountryside | Property representative |
From Castle Street, turn right onto Park Row and there is a path on the left that heads into the park and the play area is on your right. Hope that helps.
Scholka E
6 February 2017|
Response from WaverleyCountryside | Property representative |
The main car park is off Folly Hill (A 287), between Farnham and Upper Hale, which can be found at the top of the park. Sat Nav: GU9 OAU. Parking is free and near the ranger's office.
4 August 2016|
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Response from Nick S |
Free car park in Park, entrance is uphill from the Castle.