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?
Why don’t crocodiles like fast food?
Because they can’t catch it!
What do you call a crocodile with GPS?
Who gives crocodiles presents at Christmas?
What do you get when you cross a crocodile and a rooster?
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?
What was the nerd crocodiles favourite programming language?
I hope you’ve all remembered that it’s Father’s Day on Sunday! We have – which is why Dad’s go FREE on Sunday! That’s right we said FREE!
What have you got planned for that special Dad?
Why not come to The Crocky Trail as a family. Get more exercise and create more memories – as a family! The kids will love it! And Dad will love it!
Did you know that the average child spends just 5 hours a week playing outside, less than half the 11 hours their parents’ generation enjoyed. Youngsters are missing out getting dirty in the mud and puddles and spending time in the fresh air.
Spend quality time as a family. And this Sunday Dad’s get in FREE!
Book in advance to avoid any queues.
Tired of hearing “Are we there yet?” every 30 seconds?
Why not keep the kids entertained on the journey to The Crocky Trail with some brainteasers. We’ve put a few together for you:
1.What gets wetter the more it dries?
2. A cowboy rode into town on Friday. He stayed in town for 3 days and rode out on Friday? How was that possible?
3. What has a face and two hands, but no arms or legs?
4. What has to be broken before you can use it?
5. What belongs to you but is used more by others?
6. What goes up but never comes down?
7. Which is heavier, a pound of bricks or a pound of feathers?
8. Timmy’s mother had three children. The first was named April, the next was named May. What was the name of the third child?
9. If you are running in a race and pass the person in second place, what place are you in?
10. What kind of coat can only be put on when wet?
1. A towel
2. Friday was the name of the horse!
3. A clock
4. An egg
5. Your name
6. Your age
7. The same – a pound is a pound!
8. Timmy of course!
9. Second place
10. A coat of paint
Going for a fun day out at The Crocky Trail these school holidays? Why not start the fun and laughter on the journey there with these hilarious jokes for all the family?
What do you call an alligator in a vest?
How do you make a tissue dance?
Put a little boogey in it!
Why are pirates called pirates?
Because they arrrrr!
What do you call cheese that’s not yours?
What do you get when you cross a fridge with a radio?
What did the stamp say to the envelope?
Stick with me and we will go places!
Why is Basketball such a messy sport?
Because you dribble on the floor!
Where does a tree store their stuff?
In their trunk!
What do you call a bear with no teeth?
A gummy bear!
What animal needs to wear a wig?
A bald eagle!
Why do bees have sticky hair?
Because they use honey combs!
Why can’t you give Elsa a balloon?
Because she will let it go!
We thought they were great! For more fun and laughter visit us at The Crocky Trail!
The Crocky Trail team have been hard at work in order to bring you a brand new ride for 2016, and we want you to name it.
But we must warn you, it’s not for the faint hearted….
Can you guess what it is and are you brave enough to have a go? Well, the new ride takes 3 people at a time so you can always hold a friend or family members hand and you can be amongst the first people to have a go if you come along to The Crocky Trail in the next 2 weeks.
Name The New Crocky Trail Ride
So get your thinking caps on, and see what you can come up with. How about Crocky-Mc-Crock-Face? Or perhaps The Crocky Drop? You get the idea! To enter your name and be in with a chance of winning, you’ll just need to come along, grab a form, and let us know your name, email address and of course the name you’ve come up with.
The winner will get a plaque on the ride “Named By….” PLUS an unlimited FREE 12 MONTH FAMILY PASS – you and your family can visit The Crocky Trail as many times as you want, for free all year!
Why not bring your mates with you to show them your plaque!
See you there!
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.
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!”
Stuck what to do in the summer holidays with the children?
A scavenger hunt can provide hours of fun for your kids. It typically involves a list of things that they will need to find, in order to tick it off their list.
Suitable scavenger hunt items could be anything from finding any fallen leaf through to a twig from a certain tree or a petal from a specific flower. If it’s a rainy day, then simply create a list of household objects that they need to go and find instead, though an outdoors scavenger hunt is always much more fun.
If you don’t fancy creating your own list, then why not download the Crocky Trail woodland walk scavenger hunt here.
We have had a brilliant blog article 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 the Crocky Trail 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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A grandma has decided to keep an online blog to preserve her memories and adventures with her grandson and we feel privileged that a day out at The Crocky Trail has been included in these memories.
We wanted to share this with you.
We planned to go to the The Crocky Trail, but I was put off by a few reviews based on your ages. You’re both too young for a lot of the rides.
I emailed The Crocky Trail for advice to see if an adventurous 2 year old and a timid 4 year old, would be able to partake in some of the activities around the course and was reassured that the trail would be fun, even without the rides. I completely understand their policy on ages/height restrictions due to the safety of everyone involved.
Grandad and I bought the restricted tickets @ £9 each and under 5’s are free.
First you both went on the big slide, and Grandad enjoyed it with you.Then you tried the bouncy circle and both enjoyed running round. The other rides were a little too busy, so we set off on the trail, over the first crocodile bridge.
It was the best thing ever, for building Harry’s confidence, after he saw you going over the bridges he wanted to try and was so proud of himself, saying he’s “now brave like Grandad and Jacob”, which was lovely to hear. We kept telling him how clever and brave he was.
The trail seems to have a choice of two paths. One at the side of the river or one that keeps crossing the river by different styles of bridges, I couldn’t get photos of all of the bridges and paths as I was too busy trying to keep my balance and watching you two!
At the end of the trail there is a picnic and barbecue area with a few food shops. Next time I think we will order one of their barbecue packs.
It was a lovely morning and you both enjoyed it with your laughs and giggles on the way round.
Yes we will be going back, and when you’re both older, you’ll be able to go on the other rides.
Would I recommend the place for an adventurous 2 yr old or a timid 4 year old. DEFINITELY ???
The Crocky Trail builds confidence, and is a great outdoor activity centre.
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