Chobham Adventure Farm is all about the ADVENTURE! Whilst they do have a animal barn for us the main attractions were the play zones. They have two large adventure playgrounds for different ages, two giant jumping pillows (again for different ages) and a huge sandpit.
Planning your day
Tickets need to be booked in advance and you have 2 sessions to choose from, a morning or afternoon. They have recently increased the session times to give you 4 hours in the morning or 3 hours in the afternoon.
When booking you choose a table number and that your table is yours for the whole session. This is great as you’ve got a base to leave your things at and no issues with trying to find a table when you want to eat or have a break.
The outdoor play areas are brilliant and hours of fun. There’s plenty there to entertain both toddlers and older kids. My youngest, who’s 1, absolutely loved the smaller jumping pillow, giant sand pit and running around the smaller adventure play area. My eldest, who’s 4, also loves the jumping pillow and sand pit but also the larger adventure play area with high walkways and zip lines.
There is a brand new doughnut slide there this year which we all really enjoyed! My 4 year old went down on her own, whilst I took my little one in a ring with me.
Indoor Play Areas
The indoor soft play is brilliant at Chobham Adventure Farm! There’s a smaller area for under 3’s, right next to the indoor tables. This is a perfect area for toddlers to explore whilst you sit and have a coffee! It was actually a really good area for my two kids to both play together as well.
There’s then a huge soft play area for bigger kids (I think it’s 4+). My 4 year old can do a lot of this on her own but there are parts she gets stuck on. When I’m there on my own with both kids I’ll be honest I do struggle with her in here as I can’t always see her from the ground.
Finally there are 3 big slides. A wavy slide which all ages can go on (younger ones just go on your lap) and 2 drop slides for age 4+.
There aren’t loads of animals to see, but she enjoyed looking around the animal barn, once I’d managed to drag her away (literally!) from the play frame. You’ll get to see rabbits, guinea pigs, sheep, goats, a pig, cows and more. They do animal interactions as part of the sessions too, like brushing the rabbits, guinea pig handling and cow grooming.
There are plenty of options for food, both hot and cold. Plus a really great looking BBQ! The food is really good, and probably the best I’ve seen at a farm park. On our last visit my little ones shared a kids picnic boxes where you get to choose 5 items for £6.50.
Plus they have an outdoor kiosk selling ice cream 😋
Best bits: The outdoor play areas were an absolute winner for us! I loved that there was so much to do for different age groups and they weren’t too busy. It’s brilliant for entertaining two kids of different ages.
Worst bits: The animal side of it isn’t amazing compared to some other children’s farms we’ve visited, but this is also reflected in the price. They don’t allow picnics currently.
Cost: I thought it was fantastic value for money! I also think this is one of the fairest pricing models I’ve seen. I hate that at most places adults pay the most and do the least!
Pram friendly: Yes
Bike & scooter friendly: No – it’s not the sort of place you’d bring them.
Location & parking: It’s located in Chobham, Surrey and took us 35 minutes to get there from High Wycombe. There’s plenty of onsite free parking.
Sat nav: GU24 8DB
For more information and to buy tickets visit their website.