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White Post Farm - Things to Know Before Visiting

Mansfield Rd, Farnsfield, Newark NG22 8HL, UK

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About White Post Farm

White Post Farm can provide a unique day out with plenty of opportunities to get up close to the animals. The farm covers around 25 acres of land, with more than 3,000 animals! These include classic farm animals such as cows, goats and pigs, as well as some more exotic animals such as llamas, wallabies and reptiles.

Attractions Near White Post Farm

Robin Hoods Wheelgate Park
Robin Hoods Wheelgate Park0.21km from White Post Farm

Robin Hoods Wheelgate Park is a 30 acre family theme park and water park in Farnsfield, Nottinghamshire, England. The park includes two large indoor play centres, a farm and a water park, all included with admission.Animals are the residents of Wheelgate Park, and throughout the park there are many places where kids can see and visit the animals. There are many play zones within the park each having a specific associated theme. Within each zone, are rides and activities that follow the theme of

Sherwood Pines Forest Park
Sherwood Pines Forest Park5.38km from White Post Farm

Sherwood Pines is one of the largest forests in the midlands that is open to the public to explore and provides a picturesque setting for your next adventure. Whether you want to have a leisurely wander through the trees, get the kids to let off some steam at one of the exciting play areas or go on a family bike ride, Sherwood Pines is bursting with opportunities.

Sherwood Forest Golf Club
Sherwood Forest Golf Club6.5km from White Post Farm

Sherwood Forest Golf Club stands apart from all the other golf courses in Fresno. Since 1968, golfers have enjoyed playing these 18 holes along the banks of the Kings River through the beautiful grove of mature Oaks and Sycamores that makes up the “forest” at Sherwood. It was hand-built by former PGA Pro Carol Hansen and his wife, Jane. The Hansen family has taken great pride in developing Sherwood Forest into an immaculate “destination” public golf course with a country club atmosphere.

Papplewick Pumping Station
Papplewick Pumping Station6.66km from White Post Farm

Papplewick Pumping Station, situated in open agricultural land approximately 3 miles by road from the Nottinghamshire village of Papplewick, was built by Nottingham Corporation Water Department between 1881 and 1884 to pump water from the Bunter sandstone to provide drinking water to the City of Nottingham, in England. Two beam engines, supplied with steam by six Lancashire boilers, were housed in Gothic Revival buildings.

Sherwood Pines
Sherwood Pines6.77km from White Post Farm

Sherwood Pines is one of the largest forests in the midlands that is open to the public to explore and provides a picturesque setting for your next adventure. The site is perfectly located, providing an excellent base to explore the forest with numerous walking and cycling routes. It is also within walking distance to the many activities provided by Forestry England, including adventure playgrounds, Go Ape, bike hire, picnic areas, plus open-air concerts held throughout the year.

Vicar Water Country Park
Vicar Water Country Park6.9km from White Post Farm

Vicar Water is a small river in Nottinghamshire, England. It is a tributary of the River Maun, and runs through an area which was once the royal hunting ground of Clipstone Park. It gained its present name in the early nineteenth century, and was dammed in 1870, in order to make a trout fishery, which was used to stock the lakes at nearby Welbeck Abbey. Since the cessation of coal mining, much of it has been incorporated into a country park, and is a designated Local Nature Reserve.

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Nottinghamshire is a county in the East Midlands region of England, bordering South Yorkshire to the north-west, Lincolnshire to the east, Leicestershire to the south, and Derbyshire to the west. The traditional county town is Nottingham, though the county council is based at County Hall in West Bridgford in the borough of Rushcliffe, at a site facing Nottingham over the River Trent.