Out | Odds Farm Park

Monday 19th August

yummy street food available but tonnes of places to picnic too

collecting eggs right from the coop

amazing water play area - H2Odds

Ivy Wears: Little Bird Dress, Moromini Socks, Boden Trainers
Ted Wears: Little Bird Tee, Little Bird Shorts, Inch Blue Shoes*

Some of our most favourite days out are at family-friendly farms so when Odds Farm Park asked us to come and review theirs we absolutely jumped at the chance. Being ideally located between our home now and where I grew up, it was super quick and easy to get to (just off the m40, so easy for our London readers too) and we met our lovely friends Daisy and Jodie there too to make the day extra special.

Odds Farm Park has absolutely everything you could possibly need to have an easy yet exciting day out with the kids. There is everything available from mini-golf to go-karts, multiple lovely play areas across the farm so they're never overcrowded, tractor and trailer rides that allow you to get even closer to all your favourite farm animals and lots of seasonal activities throughout the day too including crafts, animal handling and egg collecting which all three children absolutely adored. I never say this but the enormous soft play area seemed clean and well looked after and the brand new tearoom area got a 10 out of 10 from me for organic, local, homemade produce, biodegradable cutlery and a Kelly's Ice-cream counter which just so happens to be our fave.

In all honesty, visiting somewhere so popular during the peak of the summer holidays usually tends to fill me with anxiety (and we would have usually chosen to visit during Ivy's home-ed hours) but we all had a genuinely wonderful day out and ended up staying so much longer than we'd originally planned which almost certainly means we'll be returning very, very soon.

We were kindly gifted free entry into Odds Farm Park in exchange for social media coverage but rest assured all images, words and opinions are entirely our own