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Enjoy all the fun of Hollow Trees on our fantastic Farm Trail.

Meet the animals

It’s with regret that we have decided to postpone the opening of the Farm Trail on Wednesday 24th June. The new re-opening date is yet to be confirmed.

This decision has not been taken lightly however we want to keep you, our valued visitors, as safe as possible. We are waiting for further clarification from Government and Environmental Health Officers (EHO) as to what activities are permissible. We are still working hard to open the Farm Trail as soon as possible adhering to all guidelines.

We will keep you posted and look forward to welcoming you again.

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Farm Trail Admission Price

£5 per person
(children 2 years and under free)

Admission price may vary during seasonal events.

The Farm Trail gives you the chance to come face to face with all our animals, from cheeky goats and happy pigs to clucking chickens and thoughtful cows. There are even friendly alpacas who can often be seen enjoying a good nuzzle and scratch.

There are plenty of other things to look for on your way around Hollow Trees. Keep an eye out for Goat Mountain, Mini Tractors, the Roly Poly Pole, the tractor stuck in the mud and many more surprises.

Pogal’s Pit is the place for all sorts of fun, including rope swings, climbing poles, the Bears Den and the Foxhole Slide. Little ones will love ‘Semer Beach’, a huge sandpit in one of our poly tunnels where they can play happily in any weather.

Further round the trail are racing ponies, balance bars and Dizzy Donut swings hidden amongst the trees. Climb up into the Giant’s Chair if you dare, and don’t forget to watch out for the creepy crocodile lurking somewhere around the farm.

As the seasons change so does the Farm Trail, so once round is never enough. You’ll want to visit us again and again on this great day out.

After all that fun, don’t forget to wash your hands  with warm water and soap once you have touched the animals and visited the farm. Hand wash facilities are located throughout the farm trail and in the farm shop.

Please note – No Dogs Allowed on the Farm Trail