September 07, 2017

Summer Fun || Rand Farm Park Lincolnshire

For the last few years, we've saved our Christmas and birthday money to buy yearly passes for family entry at Rand Farm in Lincolnshire. The kids absolutely love Rand or 'The Farm' as it's known in our house. There's something for everyone, perfect for all weathers and it just never seems to get old for little ones. When us parents are feeling a little weary, we go to the soft play area, release the kids and sit back with coffee and cake, it's the perfect family day out and open all year round. As well as being a fun day out, it's also a working farm where the kids can watch milking demos, feed animals and handle small furrys. Every year the farm seems to grow more and more, with each special event getting more spectacular.

You may have seen posts here before like our trip to see Father Christmas, or even the alpaca with a thirst for modelling? These, and many more posts and photos on my site are from Rand as we've spent many a family day there and I love taking photos as you may have guessed.

This summer we were delighted to become a blogger family for Rand Farm, which means we get to visit lots more and let everyone know what's coming up for families to enjoy. Here's a few things we've been enjoying at Rand during the Summer months;

  • Sheep Racing 
  • Take on the Sky Rider
  • Soak friends in Water Wars
  • Race on Summertime Sledges
  • Scale the Traverse Climbing Wall
  • Farmyard Crazy Golf
  • Kangaroo Bouncers
  • Archery
  • Cute baby animals
  • Sand pit play
  • Drive toy tractor ride ons
  • Ride the go karts
  • Huge soft play
  • Lots more!

There's lots to do at Rand and for us it really is the perfect family day out. As well as paying on entry as you go, you can buy yearly passes or pay monthly to visit as much as you want. If you live close by, it's perfect for a quick after school energy burn or weekend filler. When we first got our passes we went five times in the first two weeks, it saved us a fair few pennies! If you're planning a visit, it's well worth buying your tickets online where you can save around a pound per person currently.

On site there are ample toilets, cafes and drinks/ice cream facilities on offer. I don't think the cafe is badly priced at all but there are plenty of places to eat a picnic both inside and out so it doesn't have to be an expensive day out. There's also a gift shop with great collections of Sylvanian families and Playmobil, as well as lots of pocket money friendly souvenirs. 

Here's some snaps of our fun over this Summer and earlier in the year at Rand.


We love our Rand trips and can't wait to see what they have in store next month for Halloween half term, which is always a fun event. This year they have a spooky village to explore, pumpkin carving, crafts and magic shows to keep the kids busy for a full day of spooky fun. Not long after Rand will be setting up for their Christmas experience which, if you've not been before is pretty stunning and even includes a toy from Santa's shop.

Have you been to Rand Farm before?

Disclosure: We were given a family pass in exchange for blog posts. All words, thoughts and images are my own.

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