Tongue Twisters For The Family

Need five minutes peace from the kids in the school holidays? Why not get them to try these ten tongue twisters.

1. How much wood could a wood chuck chuck if a wood chuck could chuck wood.

2. Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear, Fuzzy Wuzzy had no hair, Fuzzy Wuzzy wasn’t very Fuzzy was he?

3. Round the rugged rocks the ragged rascals ran.

4. Growing grey goats graze great green grassy groves.

5. Fred fed Ted bread and Ted fed Fred bread.

6. No need to light a night-light on a light night like tonight.

7. A big bug bit the little beetle but the little beetle bit the big bug back.

8. Six slippery snails slid slowly seaward.

9. Crisp crusts crackle and crunch.

10. I scream, you scream, we all scream for icecream.

Did they manage them all? How about repeating them five times?

Our Wonderland Garden

Did you know that we have a Wonderland Garden at The Crocky Trail that is ideal for under 5’s?

Wonderland has many little houses with lots of hiding places where the children can hunt for their favourite characters.

We also think it’s great for all you mums and dads too! It provides you with a chill zone – the whole area is fenced so no need to worry about  your little one wandering off.  There are places for you to sit so you could easily take a brew along with you and spend 20 minutes having a break.

We think it’s a great new addition to The Crocky Trail, adding to the “there’s something for everybody.”

So are your young ones up for the challenge of finding all the hidden characters? Are you up for the challenge of having a brew break?

Don’t miss out on the Wonderland Garden!

FAQ’s For The Crocky Trail

We thought we would put together our most frequently asked questions that we hear before people pay us a visit.


Is the trail pram friendly?

Our advice is no to prams, but ok for light trolleys. It does depends on each individual’s physical fitness. Imagine pushing it over a field, not a flagged path. There is however an obstacle free track as well as the stream path, close to each other. A sling is another option.

Is there a cafe here?

Yes we have Crocky Bites which also now has an indoor seating area as well as lots of outdoor tables. We also have an ice cream bar. There are also lots of places you can use to set up your own picnic area in and with our free car park easily accessed from the Crocky Trail, you can nip back to your car quickly and easily at any time; so no need to carry things around with you all day!

Are you open today?

We are open everyday, 7 days a week from the 1st of April right through to October!

Do I get a discount if there is a large group of us?

Groups of 10 or more get £2 off per person. This is when paying on the gate – the discount does not apply when booking online.

Do I have to book online in advance or can I pay at the gate on the day?

You can book online in advance or on the day. Or you can pay on the gate when you arrive -cash or card.

Is there parking and do you have to pay? 

We have a large on-site carpark, that is completely free for visitors to the Crocky Trail to use. The car park is very close, so we recommend leaving things like a spare change of clothes, and your picnic in the boot and popping back to the car when needed.

Can I bring my dog?

Sure, but they are to be kept on a lead at all times. And clean up after your dog please.

Crocky Jokes

Going for a fun day out at The Crocky Trail? Why not start the fun and laughter on the journey there with these hilarious crocodile jokes for all the family.


What do you call a crocodile in a vest?

An investi-gator

Why don’t crocodiles like fast food?

Because they can’t catch it!

What do you call a crocodile with GPS?

A Navi-gator

Who gives crocodiles presents at Christmas?

Santa Jaws

What do you get when you cross a crocodile and a rooster?

A croc-a-doodle-do

Why are crocodiles comedians so funny?

Because their wit is as razor sharp as their teeth

What’s a crocodiles favourite game?


What do you call a crocodile that likes to bowl?

An Alley-gator

What was the nerd crocodiles favourite programming language?