SKY PARK FARM – Experience the wonders of a working deer farm in West Sussex Midhurst England, GU31 5PF

Experience a working deer farm in West Sussex with children’s adventure playground, farm shop & deli and The Grazing Rooms

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Sky Park Farm

Come and experience life on a working deer farm, meet and feed the Red, White and Sika deer, explore the farm trail in the spectacular grounds and find the perfect spot for a picnic.  

Our Visitor Centre serves drinks, sandwiches, sweet treats, healthy snacks and hosts beautiful gifts!

The Adventure Playground is a woodland wonderland for children with its two dedicated age appropriate play areas.  Open six days a week, Tuesday to Sunday 9am-5pm, children can explore and play for hours in the shaded play area.

The Farm Shop and Deli offer a wide variety of locally sourced quality produce, including Made in Our Kitchen fresh foods and frozen meals. Whether shopping for pantry, fridge or freezer, we have something for everyone.

The Grazing Rooms shares modern British dishes and our chefs passion for quality food. Offering everything from a light bite to a celebration meal and sharing local seasonal dishes in our menus.

Sky Park Farm is already recognised as a centre of excellence for farmed venison and the Sky Park Farm Butcher offers a full range of venison along with a wide variety of other top quality meats.

Education is at the heart of Sky Park Farm and a dedicated centre is available to extend understanding of deer farming and farmland management.  


Sky Park Farm at Half Term


The Farm Experience and Adventure Playground Sky Park Farm is a unique destination, allowing visitors to experience life on a working deer farm and access the spectacular grounds for walking and picnicking, exploring our farm trail and feeding the deer.  The Adventure Playground sits within the deer paddocks on our Farm Trail and offers a specifically designed woodland wonderland for children.  Whilst the deer watch on from their paddocks, children can crawl through tunnels, slide down poles, invade the hilltop fortress, clamber up nets and generally satisfy their lust for adventure. A smaller play area is available for Under 5’s that has a sandpit, swings and climbing area & slide.

Open Tuesday – Sunday, 9am – 4pm November – March and Tuesday – Sunday, 9am – 5pm March – October.


Our cafe, The Grazing Rooms, allows guests to dine from breakfast to tea, with a variety of quality dishes satisfying everything from a light bite to a celebration meal.  Our chefs serve simple classic dishes, sharing their modern British cuisine whilst using the best locally sourced ingredients and can accommodate all dietary requirements.

Open Wednesday – Saturday 9am – 5pm and Sunday 9am – 4.30pm.


The Farm Shop: offers quality locally sourced produce for everyday grocery needs – from local milk to seasonal vegetables and cheeses.  Our Deli stocks a variety of delicious produce, from our chefs own pre-prepared dishes to delicious locally handmade chocolates.

Open Monday – Saturday 9am – 5pm and Sunday 9am – 4.30pm.


The Butcher: Sky Park Farm is already recognised as a centre of excellence, selling venison to Waitrose for the past three years. Visitors will now be able to shop for a full range of venison and many other locally sourced, quality meats.

Open Wednesday – Saturday 9am – 5pm and Sunday 9am – 4.30pm with a wide variety of pre-packaged meats available in our fridges all week.


The Deer Hub: education is at the heart of Sky Park Farm and we have a dedicated education centre to extend understanding of deer farming and farmland management. The Deer Hub is also available for hire. 


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