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Wheelgate Park, Farnsfield

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Theme Park
Set among 12 hectares (30 acres), Wheelgate Park provides a family-friendly fun park experience accessible in all types of weather. The park houses ten zones, each with different activities to enjoy. Visit the Animal Adventure Zone to feed baby animals or view reptiles. The Tropical Zone makes for excellent summer fun with different water activities, so bring your swimsuit. Learn about the peregrine falcon in the falconry with live examples. The park offers plenty of options for food, but if you prefer to bring a picnic, there are self-clean, indoor and outdoor picnic areas. Some of the rides have height restrictions for safety reasons, so do your research before you visit. Use our Farnsfield trip itinerary planner to visit Wheelgate Park on your trip to Farnsfield, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Took the kids today for our sons 3rd birthday and it was our first visit well and truly worth the money and cant wait to go back when the weather is warmer so we can utilise the waterpark Only downsid...  more »
  • Plenty to do...we only had a few hours and couldn't do everything.visited with two 2 year olds but even though they were still too small for some rides they had alot of fun...the water park look great...  more »
  • We got there early 10.30 am and there was already a big queue and it took 30 minutes to get in. From then on it was fantastic and so much to do. There is plenty of seating, plenty of staff out and abo...  more »
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  • Arrive with low expectations and you might be one of the other reviewers who bafflingly gave this dump 4 or 5 stars Safety notices everywhere (they must have been sued at some point?). My favourite one is the 'Slippery when wet' sign on the waterslide. Ffs. Even my 4 and 2 year old kids were ready to leave after 2 hours. Rides are rubbish - though we can only compare to Alton Towers. They are also few- check the map and you'll see even single swings are detailed as an attraction. Kids under 90cm are free (because they can't go on anytbing decent) Food rank. Go elsewhere.
  • Great day out with the kids. If they are below 90cm though there's not a huge amount for them. The water park is awesome too
  • Despite a very dated play park my grandchildren always have a good time here,the young staff are very pleasant and well trained.My complaint with the park is the lack of free water for the children to drink,the water fountains are all old and broken,is this a deliberate policy to sell more bottle water?If so it shows a mean spirit. Active children get very thirsty,we can't carry enough for a family or buy expensive bottled water. Surely legally this can't be right.
  • Great day out. We were there from the time it opened till the time it shut and the kids had plenty to do all day.
  • For whats there and is open it's good, we paid on the gates, which meant for a family of four £48, which is an expensive day out, plus the food is not great quality, burger and chips. The staff were all nice and friendly and there was a lot of them.