We have had a brilliant blog written and posted on Mummy Fever. We thought that we’d share it with you:
Having looked at the website this looked right up the big kids street as they are very adventurous and not afraid to get wet and muddy. It is a good job as well, as although it was July it was actually more like November and they wore their ski jackets for a large part of the day.
This is the kind of place though where although you are outside, it really doesn’t matter what the weather is doing and if i’m honest the horrific weather that day just added to the excitement and adventure. For anyone not taking part, there are places to shelter so just make sure you have your wellies and waterproof to hand and you’ll be fine.
The Crocky Trail provides kids with good old fashioned fun and allows them to play in a way that many children simply do not have the opportunity to do so today.
We loved the Crocky Trail – the children were able to challenge themselves and push their limits. The skipping challenge was a big favourite as were the slides. The highest slide was the first thing the children headed for on arrival but only one of them was able to complete it. My second eldest came back down the steps as he felt it was too high for him. As his confidence built during the day though he was determined to give it another go and came down it three times before we left. A quote from Winnie the Pooh is what springs to mind after our visit.
What they have spot on:
- Superb value for money – you can stay all day for your entry price
- You can walk around at your own pace
- Great for adventure
- Great for challenging yourself and your children
- Great for some good old fashioned fun getting wet and muddy
- Changing rooms available
- Lots of picnic areas – covered and open air, plenty of options
- Still open in wet weather – just take wellies and waterproofs
- Covered seating areas if spectators wish to shelter from bad weather
- First aid centre available
- Parents and children can join in together – a great family activity
- Perfect for 5 years plus I would say
- Set in the gorgeous Cheshire countryside
- Friendly staff and plenty of them around
- Lots of bins and recycling points
- Free parking for the duration of your visit
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