Hayling Island Funland

About 6 minutes from park

Funland Hayling Island, near our Mill Rythe Holiday Park, Hampshire.


The Seafront, Hayling Island PO11 0AG

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About Funland Hayling Island

Are you looking for a thrilling adrenaline rush from your Hayling Island roller coaster ride or something a little gentler for your little ones? Luckily, there’s a great selection of rides and attractions to suit all kinds of tastes. Thrill rides deliver everything from roller coasters to log flumes and include the Runaway Mine Train, Beaver Creek Log Ride, Cyclone and Extreme. Your kids will love a go on the Galleon Ride and Snake Slide, as well as the Samba Balloon, Frog Hopper and Dino Falls. And there’s even more family fun on the Crazy Caterpillar, Viking Ride and Flying Elephants, with Neptune’s Fury, Jurassic Safari and the Carousel Ride also bringing smiles to little faces. Other Hayling Island amusements include the classic dodgems, while Funland is also home to an adventure golf course, arcades and lots more fun games such as the Aqua Blaster, Ring Toss and Hook-A-Saurus. There’s also the Kidz Kingdom soft play, perfect for little ones, as well as the Seaside Train.

How to get to Funland Hayling Island

Hayling Island is just off the A27, which runs along the south coast and connects to the A3 and M27. Close to Portsmouth, follow signs for Havant and Hayling Island from either direction on the A27, then turn off the main road at the Havant and Hayling Island roundabout. It’s then just a short drive down the A3023 over Langstone Bridge to Funland. The main car park is right on the beach, which makes it great for spending an hour or two relaxing on the sand and splashing in the sea before or after you visit Funland Hayling Island. Alternatively, if you’re arriving by public transport, you can catch a train to Havant and complete the five-mile journey to the amusement park either by taxi or on the number 30 or 31 bus.

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