Farnham Park is a 320 acre medieval deer park overlooking the town with an impressive 1km tree lined avenue and a large children's play area. Farnham Park is not only a park of beauty but also one of historic importance. There is evidence of activity in Farnham Park as far back as the Old Stone Age, but it is from the medieval period that most of the important evidence still survives.
Superb views of Farnham can be seen from the Avenue and from the northern boundary of the park.
Farnham Park is managed by Waverley Borough Council. For further information, visit Waverley Borough Council's website or contact the Countryside department on 01483 523394 or email landscaping(at) waverley.gov.uk