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

Sky Park Farm in West Harting is a unique destination, visitors can 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…

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Sky Park Farm in West Harting is a unique destination, visitors can 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 deer themed gifts!  Every weekend until The Grazing Rooms cafe opens early August, we have The Grazing Rooms popup offering freshly made sourdough pizza on The Terrace by the Visitor Centre

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 Grazing Rooms cafe, farm shop and butcher will be opening early August, offering a wide variety of locally sourced quality produce, whilst The Grazing Rooms will deliver everything from a lite bite to a celebration meal. All this while appreciating the beauty of the deer within the South Downs National Park. 

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 and other locally sourced 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. 

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