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Crocky Trail, Waverton

(4.3/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web)
Revisit your childhood and enjoy a 1.6 km (1 mi) adventure at Crocky Trail. Cross crooked bridges, swing across the stream, run along the trail, and scramble through trees. Discover an assortment of challenging obstacles, including rope swings, mazes, and slides once you reach the top of the hill. Don’t miss the Tunnel of Doom or the hilarious large rolling barrel. Expect to get dirty, so take a change of clothes. Grab a bite from the cafe or bring your own picnic. Not suitable for children five years and under. A visit to Crocky Trail represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Waverton itinerary maker to plot your vacation.
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  • Great concept, my 2 kids loved it especially my 12 yr old son, he certainly over came his fears, however I have a few concerns which would put me off going again. We went in school holidays so it was ...  more »
  • Brilliant fun. My adventurous 7 year old step daughter and her friend loved it. Lots of different things to do and not too structured. Good, simple fun without the 'health and safety gone mad' you som...  more »
  • Decided to bring my 6 yr old here for the first time, well don't bring your kids here in good clothes and makes sure you have a spare set , they will get dirty. Also your children have to be monitored...  more »
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  • Kids loved it (7 and 8 year old girls). Very muddy in places but they didn't mind. Be sure to take a change of clothes in case! Free car park next to the entrance which you can return to and re-enter site as often as required. Basic snacks, drinks and ice-creams available on site at fairly reasonable prices or can bring own supplies with you. The trail was a mile long circular 'walk' with various bridges, mazes, swings etc along the way. For the less energetic (like me) less challenging paths run adjacent to the trail. Once the trail is completed there are various rides to b enjoyed. These are not traditional fairground rides. These include a variety of excellent slides. Some have close to a vertical drop for the brave or smaller less steep for the not so brave. At this point I need to mention the 'Dungeon' which is a sort of walk through Ghost Train. Scared the hell out of me! Anyway Crocky Trail is certainly worth a go if looking for something a bit different. Children love it.
  • Great place to bring your kids (or even friends). The games are all good fun, and the trail is exciting. Suitable for people of all ages.
  • Brilliant day out for all the family. Loads of picnic tables. We all had fun.
  • Like the Funhouse at Blackpool Pleasure Beach but outside. Also contains impressive trial with differing degrees of difficulty for most levels of ability. Inexpensive take away food retailers on site. One price for all day.
  • A fantastic place to take the kids. Lots of play areas including sand pits, climbing frames/slides/swings, obstacle courses, so many different flavoures of icecream its hard to decide what to choose. Good carparking space