Join The Crocky Trail Easter Egg Hunt!

The Easter holidays are nearly here, giving families a wonderful opportunity to spend some quality time together. This year, why not bring the whole family for a fun day out at the Crocky Trail adventure playground in Cheshire? It’s not just for kids and there is something for everyone. Read on to find out more.

Easter days out

After the success of previous years, we’re running our annual Easter Egg Hunt, taking place on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday of Easter weekend.

Walk around the trail, find our hidden boards, work out the clue, fill out the form. Every correct form returned to the café wins an Easter Egg, or an ice cream if we run out of eggs!

Every day, we’ll be randomly choosing one lucky winner who will win FREE ACCESS to the Crocky Trail for an entire year!  Just imagine the fun you can have for free all over the summer holidays!

  • Forms can be picked up from the gate or coffee shop.
  • Enter as many times as you like.
  • Don’t forget to put your name and email address on the form.

Feedback from some recent customers

“The whole place is like a giant assault course and it’s absolutely brilliant! There are loads of ‘rides’, some you spin or swing or twist yourself and others that are mechanical that you need to hold on for dear life before encountering a tummy flipping slide.”

“The actual trail is a mile long walk around a field, there are bridges and planks and poles snaking across a stream in between trees and bushes, broken up by swings and zips and even more climbing things. It’s muddy, slippery and wet which just adds to the whole experience. We had so much fun.”

“We had a brilliant day. Crocky Trail is everything good about being a kid. Outdoors, adventure, excitement, risk taking (within reason,) adrenalin, butterflies in your tummy, running around, getting muddy and lots and lots of fun! We will definitely be visiting again!”

Easter Craft Ideas For Kids

The Easter school holidays and the long bank holiday might be a few weeks away yet, but it’s never to soon to start thinking about activities to keep the kids entertained!

Easter crafts for kids

Easter in particular offers lots of opportunities for crafting, and what with bunnies, chicks and Easter eggs, there are plenty of sources to of inspiration.

Below you’ll find some fab craft project ideas for your little ones, as well as as a printable Crocky Kids colouring sheet.

Easter Craft Ideas For Kids

  • Make a fun Easter bonnet, using an old hat or make a crown out of cardboard and decorate that with glitter, pom poms, flowers and chicks
  • Paint the shell of a hard-boiled egg, you can then add glitter glue, sequins and all sorts of other things to make it look even prettier
  • Draw an Easter egg on a sheet of paper or card and colour it in or make a collage
  • Create an Easter egg hunt in the house or garden, have your little ones read clues to find the next hidden egg
  • Make Easter bunny ears using a headband, cardboard cut into bunny ear shapes and cotton wool
  • Spring bunny finger puppets using felt which can be cut to shape and then glued or sewn together leaving an opening at the bottom for a finger to fit inside
  • Easter themed cupcakes, decorated with bunny ears, carrots and/or mini eggs
  • Birds nests Rice krispie cakes topped off with mini eggs
  • Easter inspired paper chain with each link decorated with Easter eggs, Spring flowers or bunnies
  • Easter bunting, but instead of triangles, use egg shapes that the kids can decorate then simply glue to a piece of string
  • Create padded felt Easter eggs (see picture above). Cut felt into Easter egg shapes, sew and fill with stuffing. Decorate with sequins, buttons, ribbons and anything else you can think of!
  • Paper plate Easter bunny. All you need are two plain white paper plates, cotton wool and sticky tape. Decorate one with a bunnies face and cut the other into ear shapes and stick to the plate.

Crocky Kids Easter Colouring Sheet

Crocky Kids Easter Colouring Sheet

For loads more brilliant Easter craft ideas take a look here.