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A small rustic farm devoted to micro and miniature animals, when planning your visit to Huckleberry Woods don't expect gravel pathways and a chemical weed killer type of place. Huckleberry is wild and back to nature!
You can find it in a small private orchard in the beautiful Kent countryside, the orchard is charming and understated rather than large, slick and commercial.
Don't expect a zoo or wildlife park type of experience at Huckleberry, you won't be rushing between loads of animal enclosures, vending machines, and other distractions. instead it offers an hour or two of peace, time to relax and time to reconnect with nature. You'll be right out of the way of any commercialism of other days out.
Things to do at Huckleberry Woods
- Visit their gorgeous micro-pigs, miniature donkeys, Teddy Bear sheep and alpacas.
- Mingle with animals free ranging around their orchard home
- You can even arrange to take them for a walk!
- With none of the usual hustle and bustle. a two hour visit to Huckleberry Woods provides a more relaxed and personal experience with limits on numbers of guests booked in at any one time
- Relax with tea and cake afterwards while your children let off steam in the little play area
For anyone looking for a relaxing experience that will keep you and the children entertained, Huckleberry Woods is a perfect choice!
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How to get there
Huckleberry Woods are just 5 minutes from Faversham in Kent.
ME13 0TP for your SAT NAV (carry on 1/2 mile down the road towards Sittingbourne after your SAT NAV tells you to stop though).
Plenty of free parking for cars and bikes!
SAT NAV users please note:
Put the postcode ME13 0TP not the name of the road into the sat nav as there are two Lower Roads in Faversham.
Your Sat Nav will stop you 1/2 mile too soon or too far.
- Composting Toilets
- Small on-site Café
- Free Parking
People also ask:
Is Huckleberry Woods accessible?
- Huckleberry Woods is based in an old orchard with no tarmac or concrete anywhere. They welcome wheelchair users, but, to manage your expectations, it’s a bit of a bumpy ride (a bit like taking a wheelchair into the woods). The ground gets muddy after it’s been raining heavily so, it would definitely be better to aim for a dryer spell.
What footwear should I bring to Huckleberry Woods?
- Please be sure to wear closed toed footwear, even if the weather is lovely and the sun is shining. You will not be aloud in without closed toed footwear.
How long should I allow for a visit to Huckleberry Woods?
- You should allow up to a couple of hours to explore, play and then chill in the mini Summerhouse Café. If you're walking an animal this will be included in your 2 hour booking slot. Please note that your animal walk will take place at some point during your visit and not necessarily at the beginning of your booked slot.
Can I buy food for the animals at Huckleberry Woods?
- Yes, food for the animals can be bought at the gift shop for £1.20. Huckleberry don't put large amounts of food in the containers so the animals remain interested in taking food from visitors throughout the day and don't get upset tummies. Please don't bring your own food to feed the animals for the reasons outlined above.
Can I bring a picnic to Huckleberry Woods?
- There is a very small café area and there is not enough room for picnics. It's not possible to have a picnic in the orchard area as it is an 'animal contact zone' and not safe for either yourself or the animals.
Can I bring my dog to Huckleberry Woods?
- Dogs are not permitted on site as we have free-ranging animals and adhere to strict biosecurity measures to keep our animals safe. Please don’t leave dogs in hot cars while you visit. Fully trained assistance dogs are permitted if they are registered and trained by one of the eight accredited members of Assistance Dogs International or the International Guide Dog Federation.