We are open from 10 in the morning, and you can stay all day until 4.30pm, (slightly earlier in winter on dark days).
As you arrive at the Crocky Trail you’ll be met by a series of gravity defying scary slides as well as the wheels of wonder including the spider trap and spinning disk.
Try your luck, warm up and prepare yourself for what lies ahead. Fired up and ready to go, you’ll then make your way along the mile long Crocky Trail, which winds its way through fields and trees passing over the Crocky stream.
There are loads of different ways you’ll be able to cross the Crocky stream including the scary wobbly bridge, swinging chain bridge and fallen log – watch out, take care or may just end up falling in with an almighty splash!
As you work your way back to the start there will be the opportunity to grab a snack and drink in the Crocky shop and refuel after your day of fun.
Please note that outside of school holidays on weekdays there’s no hot food. The shop is is open for hot and cold drinks, crisps, chocolate, and so on, our light bites area is closed.
You’re much better off bringing along a picnic and stop off and enjoy a well earned rest at one of our many picnic areas. There’s also a Harvester on the way back to the M53.
Please remember to wear adequate footwear. Open-toed shoes such as sandals are not a good idea! Find out more about what to wear when you visit the Crocky Trail
Are you brave enough to take on the challenge and come of age at the Crocky Trail?