There are six realms here, each designed to maximize fun and excitement. The Action Realm concentrates on bumper boats, ... More
Crealy Great Adventure Park
There are six realms here, each designed to maximize fun and excitement. The Action Realm concentrates on bumper boats, go-carts and the river challenge, while the Magic Realm delights children with its Sahara sand-play, Prince's Train, and Magical Kingdom. Animals wait to meet their fans in the Animal Realm and the Natural Realm brings you tranquility - perfect for parents who long for a few minutes of relaxation, with the Riverbank Trail, Prairie Train and lush meadows. Once you are rested, tackle the Adventure and Farming zones. Eaters will enjoy the Corn Exchange Picnic Barn and new Universe Restaurant.
i found the park was excellent fun and my children greatly enjoyed the rides despite additional charges for some rides e.g the Go-karts there were most rides were included in the entry fee e.g the rollercoaster, logflume, swinging ship, bumper boats etc it was definately worth the visit as the staff were very helpfull and the park was great fun. food was better than expected as i was expecting Mc donalds style burgers when i recieved a decent steak burger
very good park worth visiting.
Loved the play areas - really clean, great fun and keeps children occupied for hours, while mums and dads can enjoy some peace with a coffee and danish! Log flume, coaster and pirate ship were great - all my kids loved them (aged 3, 6 and 8)! It was a really good day...worth ever penny and will definitely be going back soon...if we lived closer I'd get memberships.
There are much better parks with better value for money elswhere. Having asked at the paying kiosk if everything was free after admission?, and being told yes!!! I was annoyed to find numerous rides had additional charges eg. Go karts, childrens cars, water balloons, pony rides. After spending £42 to enter I thought this was outrageous. I was very disappointed with the amount of rides that my children could actually go on, although the play areas were really good, ( but this is a lot of money for a play area). I just wasn't impressed with this park. They do offer you a wrist band, which allows you free entry the next day. (This is put on you before you leave, not the prettiest thing to wear if you off out for a meal that evening). But we were so disgusted with the charges we didn't even want to return for free.
Look elsewhere for better parks.