Lakeland Maze Farm Park

Raines Hall Farm, Sedgwick, Kendal, LA8 0JH
Corn Maze

Corn Maze

If you’re looking for a place where your children can be entertained, get some exercise, and learn more about the world around them, then the Lakeland Maze Farm Park is for you.

Located south of Kendal, the park offers plenty of activities for children of all ages, and adults are invited to join in the fun as well.

Planning Your Visit

Contact Details:
01539 561 760 / Website
Cost:
Adults £7.95, Children 2-15 Years £6.95, Children Under 2 Free
Seasonal Opening:
March to October
 

Things To See

The main feature of the Lakeland Maze Farm Park is the gigantic maize maze that is grown in a new layout every year. It can take up to two hours to complete, so make sure you wear comfortable shoes. Thankfully, maps and assistance are available if needed. There is also a smaller version that younger children may like to try. The maze is usually ready from mid-July.

Around this working farm you will see various animals. Some are what you might expect to find at a typical British farm, such as cattle and sheep, whereas others are slightly more exotic including alpacas and angora goats. Visitors are encouraged to feed the animals using feed provided by the farm. Other outside activities include tractor rides, a set of trampolines, and an outdoor karting track.

If the typical Cumbrian weather has put a dampener on your Lake District visit, your children can still be entertained in the various indoor attractions the farm has. These include a large soft play centre with areas for babies / toddlers as well as older children and a climbing wall, perfect for wearing out little legs.

There is a third maze indoors made out of straw bales. There is also a petting barn, indoor karting, mini tractors, a sandpit, and a vintage tractor barn. There is even an indoor picnic area so there is no need to feast on soggy sandwiches under an umbrella.

Useful Information

  • There is a café serving light lunches and snacks, as well as indoor and outdoor picnic areas should you wish to bring your own food.
  • You can purchase produce from the farm, such as eggs.
  • The farm is wheelchair accessible, though it should be noted that following periods of poor weather the ground may become difficult to manoeuvre about on.
  • There is a small campsite suitable for tents, caravans and motorhomes with electric hook-ups. Campers have the ability to include unlimited access to the farm park during their stay for an additional fee.

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