Bedelands Farm Nature Reserve | Day Out With The Kids

Bedelands Farm Nature Reserve

1 star Rating 1 / 5 1 reviews

Burgess Hill, West Sussex, England

Attraction Information

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Suitable for ages: Young Children (4-8) and Older Children (9-12)

Venue type: Outdoor

Bedelands Farm Nature Reserve is the winner of 4 consecutive Green Flag Awards and a great place to take the family for a natural day out in the countryside!

Lead your own activities, where you could go on a mini beast safari, see how many types of bird you can spot, set yourselves some orienteering challenges or just have a family ramble enjoying the fresh air and walking the dog! 

This wonderful reserve is situated on the northeast edge of Burgess Hill and there are a wide variety of walk through habitats throughout the site that includes ponds, woodlands and wild flower meadows so for kids that don't need the flashing lights and brash buzzers constantly this is a really pleasant peaceful trip with lots to look at.

Pedestrian entry points are from a footpath near Valebridge Close and from beneath the viaduct in Valebridge Road.

Please note the given postcode is for the adjacent football club, just to get you close with satnav. Plan your parking independently.

Facilities

  • Restaurant Restaurant Onsite
  • Snacks Snacks Available
  • Parking Parking Available Nearby

Getting There and Contact Information

Address

Burgess Hill, West Sussex, RH15 8AW, England

Contact

Click here to visit Bedelands Farm Nature Reserve's website
01444 477561

Standard Opening Times and Pricing

Opening hours

Daylight access

Pricing

Free admission

More Information

Reviews

Lovely place ruined by filthy dog owners

1 star Rating 1 / 5

Written by Jellyroll . 25.06.17


I visited with my husband and children and found it absolutely disgusting. Not so much nature reserve as Burgess Hill dog toilet. If you have very small children don't bother - you'll spend all your time steering them around piles of poo or scraping it off their shoes. We have visited just about every nature reserve in West Sussex and never experienced anything so revolting.