Guest Post by Whippety doo dah.
Crealy Great Adventure Park
We’ve visited this park with our dogs and our children every year since 1997 during the school summer holidays!
When you arrive at the park, the car park is in a field. We’ve always walked the dogs around the perimeter of the park before we go in, so that they have the chance to do their business. When you pay to get in, you are given poop bags, which is a good idea.
Once inside, the park is large. There are plenty of grassy areas (often with picnic benches), a lake with waterfowl on it as well as all of the adventure playground areas for children. There are cafeterias and snack stalls, too. However, the inclusion of picnic seating is very good as it demonstrates that the owners don’t expect visitors to purchase food from their outlets.
There are also shire horses on site as well as other animals such as sheep, rabbits, donkeys and goats. At one time, dogs were allowed in the stabling area where the shires were. Now, it’s humans only. The same rule applies to dogs not being allowed in the other animal areas.
There are plenty of indoor and outdoor play areas for the children, so if the weather isn’t fantastic, there is still a lot to keep children entertained.
Water and poop bags supplied on site
Large spaces so that dogs can be walked away from the attractions
Can get very busy during the summer holidays.
May not be suitable for dogs that are nervous of loud noises (children screaming etc.)
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