Spring Into Easter

Enjoy an eggs-traordinary Easter and come to meet fluffy lambs, cheeky kid goats and piglets galore!

1st – 16th April 2023

Our egg-citing Easter egg hunt will have you searching high and low for a tasty treat, plus join our silly shows with Farmer Oddsocks and friends and our Spring arts & crafts too!

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Get hands-on with kid goat bottle-feeding, goat shows, hop aboard our tractor & trailer ride and enjoy acres of outdoor adventure play!

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What's Included

  • Entry to our Easter Egg Hunt Garden and search high and low for a tasty treat!
  • Hop on over and say hello to the Easter Bunny as he makes special appearances throughout the day!
  • Enjoy silly shows with Farmer Oddsocks & Family running throughout the day!
  • Come and see our baby lambs in the Undercover Animal Barn and have a go and bottle feeding our kid goats!
  • Cluck and strut your stuff like our Easter chickens and come and stroke our bunnies during our Rabbit Time sessions throughout the day!
  • Get creative with our Spring-themed arts and crafts activities!

Half Term & Double the Fun!

In addition to our Easter treats and activities, there’s acres of fun to be had across the Farm Park! Explore our Outdoor Adventure Play, climb aboard the Tractor & Trailer Ride+, put your driving skills to the test on the Mini Land Rovers**, grab your wellies and make a splash in the H2Odds Water Play+ area and discover so much more! Meet our furry friends in the Undercover Animal Barns and out in the paddocks, and don’t miss the chance to jump, swing and slide through our Indoor Play Barn!

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+ Weather permitting. **Small extra charge applies for Mini Land Rovers.

How to Find Us

Odds Farm Park is located just minutes from Junction 2 of the M40, near Beaconsfield, High Wycombe.

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“Hey Hey” It’s Time To Make Hay

Hay Making at Odds Farm
Hay Making at Odds Farm

Hay Making at Odds Farm
Hay Making at Odds Farm







With the warmer days now here, Odds Farm Park have just undertaken their Hay Harvest, used to feed all the Furry Friends at this childrens farm during winter. Hay is basically long grass that has been cut and dried so it can be stored and then fed to the farm animals in winter when it is too wet and cold for them to be outside.

This year, due to perfect weather conditions, with hot sun and a firm breeze, it took just 3 days to cut the grass in the three Odds Farm Park fields, dry out the leaves and stalks, bale the hay up and cart it into the barns. Considering it usually takes 6 days, this was an excellent result for all at Odds Farm Park! If it rains during the harvest we can risk losing the whole crop, so the quicker the harvest is completed the better.

Modern farming methods also speed up the harvest as the bales used today are much larger, enabling them to be collected and stacked in the barn faster. One big bale equals 12-15 traditional small bales and, due to their weight, they have to be moved by a tractor. For the childrens farm in winter, one or two bales are used each day to feed all the farm animals.

On a family day out at Odds Farm Park, visitors will meet horses, donkeys, cows, pigs, sheep, goats, chickens, rabbits and guinea pigs. In addition to many baby animals to see, there is also a daily programme of hands-on children’s activities, enabling visitors to get really close.

Odds Farm Park is an award winning childrens farm near Beaconsfield and is a member of the National Farm Attraction Network. Just minutes away from Junction 2 of the M40, the farm is easily reached from Berkshire, West London, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire.

Little Summer Visitor At Odds Farm Park

Treacle & Cosmo at Odds Farm
Treacle & Cosmo

Cosmo at Odds Farm
Cosmo at Odds Farm







At Children’s Farm Odds Farm Park, one of our miniature cross Shetland ponies, Treacle, has a new friend called Cosmo visiting for the summer; an adorable cream coloured Shetland Pony.  Cosmo was born in Aberdeen, Scotland, but now lives in Surrey and will be visiting Odds Farm Park for the next 4-6 weeks on his summer holidays.

Originating from the Shetland Islands in Scotland, Shetland ponies are one of the smallest breeds of ponies, with a maximum height of 107cm. Treacle is now 7 years old and arrived at the farm in 2002 as a foal with her mother Marmite. Now fully grown, Treacle is only 70 cm high and very cute to watch.

Elsewhere at Odds Farm Park, you’ll find everything you need for a fantastic family day out, with plenty of new babies to see, rabbits to pet, and greedy goats and sheep to hand feed! Plus everyday, you and your family can board the Tractor & Trailer Ride for a fun tour around this childrens farm. And, new for 2009, the Tractor & Trailer Ride includes audio commentary.

Odds Farm Park is a children’s farm, easily reached from Berkshire, West London, North London, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire. To plan a family day out, visit the farm parks main website at www.oddsfarm.co.uk