Welcome To Park Farm, Snettisham

Welcome to Park Farm, Snettisham. A second and third generation farm set on the outskirts of the village of Snettisham in the Norfolk Countryside. Whilst being a working farm the site offers visitors lots of experiences to explore and enjoy.

Whether it’s a question about the farm, planning a day out, or anything else, feel free to send us an email.

Secure Dog Paddock

A newly created enclosed, secure environment designed for your dogs to run and play freely off the lead.

Available to book on an individual basis in order to allow your dogs to enjoy peaceful and safe exercise in rural countryside, without the worry or stress of other dogs

Snettisham Park

A great family day out where your family can enjoy many exciting adventures from seeing lambs born to our spectacular 45 minute deer safari where you will meet our magnificent red deer herd.

You can also bottle feed lambs, collect fresh farm eggs and go for a pony ride as well as exploring the farm on one of the farm trails.

Camping And Glamping

As a new addition to our farm park for 2023 we aim to offer a range of affordable family holiday options, including shepherd huts and pitches for tents, motorhomes and campervans (no caravans – sorry).

We have 12 electric pitches, 28 non electric pitches and 2 luxury glamping shepherds huts.

Tea Room & Farm Shop

Located in the Snettisham Park visitor Centre our Tea Room is the perfect place to warm up after visiting the dog paddock for a cup of tea and a homemade cake. 

Or stay for longer and enjoy a good variety of light lunches.


Our 329 acre arable and livestock farm produces wheat for animal feed, malting barley, sugar beet and grass.

The grass is grazed by our 400 ewe flock of sheep, our herd of red deer and the horses and ponies.

Follow Us On Social Media

To keep up to date with what we are doing at the farm you can connect and follow us on Instagram and Facebook.

We love seeing you and your dogs enjoying the freedom and the fun you get up to in our paddock and on the farm.  Please share and tag us in your photos from your visit.