Our farm trail makes a great mini family adventure. It starts by the play park and takes you through the farm’s fields and woodlands. There’s a stream with a little bridge to cross – perfect for a quick game of Pooh sticks and to rest little legs. From there, it’s on through the woods and onto a footpath that runs alongside the River Fowey.
Call into the office and grab one of our Tredethick scavenger hunt bags. There are two versions – one for pre-schoolers and one for primary school children – to help little ones explore nature and to keep them moving!
The footpath brings you to the picturesque hamlet of St Winnow with its riverside church and, more importantly, to Angie’s caravan. Angie, the farmer’s wife, sells the most delicious homemade pasties, bacon baps, cream teas and ice cream. There’s even a little farm museum with a collection of old tractors and farm implements.
Angie’s is open every day (except Mondays) from midday to 6pm from the 1st of April to the 1st of November. And most parents find that the promise of an ice cream at Angie’s is highly effective in encouraging weary legs.
If you’ve got really little ones, we have baby carrier backpacks for you to borrow, located under the shelf with the information leaflets in the play barn.