Hollow Trees FarmSerner, Ipswich, IP7 6HX, United Kingdom
Family Days Out - Family Activities
Tel 01449 741247
About Hollow Trees Farm
The Hollow Trees Farm Trail is suitable for all ages and is a walk around the fields down
into Pogals Pit and into the Livestock Barn. There are different routes and lots to see so your walk can be as long or as short as you like to make it.
On your walk you will find Dirty Dave the tractor stuck in the mud, the Rolly Polly pole, Goat Mountain, Mini
Tractors and the Welly Game.
You can stop at Pogals Pit, where you will find rope swings, a climbing pole and the Bears Den and look out for the new Foxhole Slide. Keep walking and you will find some racing ponies, a creepy crocodile and the climbing ladder. If all this makes you tired then why not sit a while in the Giants Chair and watch the world go by. Around every corner is something more to see and do.
As well as all these activities there are plenty of animals to see from goats to geese, pigs and turkeys chickens and cattle. The farm changes every day and every season so it’s guaranteed that once round is never enough.
Hollow Trees Trail is a great value for money farm day out.
The Trail is open all year round *
Monday – Saturday Open 9am - 4.30pm last entry at 3.30pm*
Sundays and Bank Holidays Open 9.30am - 4.00pm last entry at 3pm*
*Opening and closing times may vary during seasonal events - please be sure to check our Whats On page for confirmation.
Standard Entry Charge is £3.00 per person*, Children 2 years old and under go free
*Charges may vary during seasonal events please check the Whats On page for confirmation
The farm trail has Buggy and Wheelchair access
Sorry no dogs are allowed on the farm trail (Registered Assistance dogs only)
Hollow Trees Farm is a 140 acre mixed farm, growing vegetables and producing pork beef and lamb all for the farm shop as well as balancing the needs of wildlife, conservation and the busy education programme that runs each year.
Hollow Trees Farm is part of a Stewardship scheme that encourages farmers to farm for the benefit of wildlife and the environment. Below are just a few things we do to keep our farm and nature in balance and harmony.
8 metre bare strips left around the fields without any crops to encourage wildlife
Winter seed mixes to feed the hungry birds in the winter
Owl nesting boxed erected to encourage them to breed
A programme of restoration for the thirteen ponds we have on the farm to provide rich wildlife habitats
- 5 Star Rating
- Open - All Year
- Open - Easter
- Free Parking
- Guide Dogs Accepted
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