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Come see for yourself...

Sand Pit

We have a large sand pits with mud kitchens, see saw, sit on diggers and beach hut. We have a range of apparatus including pots, pans, buckets and Bruder toys. You are welcome to take your own toys for the sand pit... just don't forget to take them home!

Pedal Tractor

We have a range of different ride on pedal tractors including a variety of sizes to suit different age ranges. We also have a variety of implements to attach onto the back of the tractors.

Bale Mountain

Our bale mountain is very popular with lots of different games. The best game we've heard being played is 'pirates' where the mountain was a ship. For hours, children who didn't know each other joined in. We have no idea who started the game!


It's not just goats, we have lots of different animals at Farm Ness and all of them are well handled and interactive. We have bunnies in a huge paddock that like to say hello, Alpacas, Woolly Pigs and Highland Cattle. You can arrange to have a private tour, meet and greet of our animals. Please enquire to hear more.


We have the Highlands first Jelly Belly, Air Bouncer... whatever you want to call it. It is very popular with both adults and children alike. 

*During downpours, the Jelly Belly has to close as the surface becomes slippery. We always dry it afterwards the downpours end though so that you can continue your fun.

Straw Pit

We have a large straw pit which is enjoyed by children of all ages, from babies to teenagers to full grown adults! Many hours are lost in here!


Our goats are the best thing about Farm Ness. Spend enough time with them and you will quickly learn each one's cheeky personality. Staff are always on hand to chat about them and tell you who is who... just ask us!

The Future

The future of Farm Ness play area is bright and prosperous... we have lots of plans for the imminent future so keep up to date with us on social media!

Playing outside builds confidence in wee people, ignites their imaginations and their independence. The best part for me has been watching the children dropping their inhibitions, making new friends and creating new and magical worlds in amongst the straw bales.

Joanna MacGregor

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