Can I have a BBQ?
No BBQs are not allowed on site
Can I have a fire or bonfire?
No, fires or bonfires are not allowed on the site. There is a high risk of wildfires due to the heathland nature of the site.
Can I swim?
Yes but only in the two designated areas.
Can I use an inflatable?
Only small children's inflatables are permitted.
Can I use a kayak/paddleboard?
No watercraft of any type are permitted.
Can I camp or stay overnight?
Are the toilets open?
Yes, unless they are subject to maintenance.
What time do the toilets open/close?
Toilets are open from approximately 08:00 - 21:00 in line with the car park opening and closing times.
Is the cafe open and what does it sell?
It is open all year round, sells hot and cold drinks, ice-creams, burgers, bacon rolls, chips, cakes, buckets and spades.
For cafe enquiries please ring 01420 473239
Does the cafe take cash/card payments?
Are there bins on site?
Bins are provided in the Great Pond car park however these can fill up quickly at peak times. If the bins are full please take your litter home with you. Litter Enforcement Officers regularly patrol the site and issue Fixed Penalty Notices to those found dropping litter.
Are dogs allowed?
Dogs are not permitted on the beach areas. Elsewhere, to protect ground nesting birds, dogs must be kept on a short lead between the months of March and August.
Please pick up after your dogs. Bins are provided in the Great Pond car park.
Where can I ride my horse/bike?
Horses and bicycles are permitted on bridleways only, marked on waymarkers with blue arrows. Maps are available on the side of the visitors centre. Please note that the site is sandy by nature and maybe difficult to traverse on a bicycle.
Can I use a metal detector?
Metal detecting is not allowed anywhere on site.
Can I fish?
Fishing is available for members of Farnham Angling Society only. Day tickets are not available.
Can I fly my drone?
It is against the site byelaws to operate remote controlled aircraft on Frensham Common.
What are the fenced off areas close to the two beaches?
These are conservation areas and access is not permitted.