Things to do at the Camel Creek Adventure Park review
Camel Creek Adventure Park is a perfect day out for all the family. There’s so much to do, we couldn’t get round it all – which is unusual for my lot! I have a five year old and three year old twins and they LOVED it. But it’s not just for the younger ones. Kids of all ages (including the 44 year old and 73 year old amongst us!) will have a great time there.
As one of Cornwall’s best theme parks, expect rides and lots of them. Okay, so it’s no Alton Towers, but there are plenty for the thrillseekers in your group with several rollercoasters, the Vertigo ride when you are sent soaring into the sky, and daring waterslides.
But if adrenaline isn’t your thing, or if you have younger children with you, there is still loads for them to enjoy. My twins loved Swampy and Dina Land where the rides are geared towards smaller visitors – think tamer rollercoasters, a little ferris wheel, a mini log flume, tea cups, and a bumpy slide. Although I think Daddy and Grandad enjoyed that one the most!
As well as the rides Camel Creek has animals, reptiles and bugs to see, play areas, and an indoor soft play centre (which was closed due to Covid when we visited in August). There’s also a 5D simulator theatre and show arena where special character days are held with the likes of Hey Duggee, Sonic the Hedgehog and Peppa Pig all putting in appearances.
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FAQ and Further Information Camel Creek
Is there food and drink available?
There are several spots to enjoy a bite to eat, with a proper restaurant in Creeky’s Playhouse serving cooked food, then two snack shacks, an ice cream parlour and a ‘chocolate factory’ outlet serving sweet treats.
What are the main things to do?
Theme park with rides for young and old plus animals, play areas, shows and more. There are toilets and a choice of places to eat.
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Higher priced – An adult ticket and over 105cms is just under £18 per person. Other pricing options are available.
Is there parking?
There is free parking.
When are they open?
The park is open all summer but for the rest of the year it is only open at weekends or during school holidays. For up to date opening times and dates please follow this link.
Only assistance dogs are permitted.
Are they accessible?
Guest post by Helen Copson from Twins, Tantrums and Cold Coffee. You can read her review here.
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