Heads of Ayr Farm Park is a great place to take the whole family, young or old, for a lovely day out. You’ll meet some fantastic animals, including rabbits, iguanas, pythons, guinea pigs, donkeys, llamas, deer, camels, monkeys, wallabies, and so much more!
It’s an activitiy packed place. The play area is massive with so much to choose from Like jumping pillows, trampolines, sandpits, a big pirate ship to climb, swings, JCB electric diggers, drop slide and even an obstacle course.
We picked a terrible day to go out and got completely soaked with torrential rain! As soon as rain hit we headed over to the indoor soft play area which has a separate toddler zone on the top floor and a zone for older kids downstairs my daughter and niece both 2 had a ball playing for an hour and my older daughter 4 and niece 6 enjoyed time playing and never wanted to leave.
Roosters Restaurant is located at the entrance and serves hot and cold food, drinks
The Stables Coffee Bar is situated in the ‘Play n’ Wild’ playbarn where you can relax and enjoy coffee and tea and a selection of sandwiches and cakes while keeping a close eye on the children.
Would we go back? Yes but on a better day if that’s possible in Scotland for sun to shine for a whole day
There’s so much to do and the girls loved every second playing in the park, feeding the horses jumping on trampolines, softplay. I don’t have anything negative to say at all. There honestly wasn’t anything spooling the day even the weather.
Adult – £11
Child/OAP/Concession/Carer – £9.50
Family Ticket – 5 people (max. 2 adults) – £45
Under 2’s – FREE
Extra inside the park Charges:
• Adult Quad Bikes (12 years, min. height restriction of 5ft): £6.00
• Child Quad Bikes (7-11 years): £5.00
• Quad and Barrel Ride: £1.50
• Bumper Boats: £2.00
• Water Wars: £1 per bucket
• Quacky Racers: £1 per duck
• Electric Tractors/Diggers/Quads: £1
Heads of Ayr Farm Park is definitely on the revisit list. Give it a go…you won’t be disappointed.