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Three Bears Acres, Creedmoor

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Three Bears Acres is a fun-filled, educational way for children to spend their time outdoors. It is designed to allow parents the opportunity to introduce their children to the same, old-fashion fun that they once knew. The children will be removed from the daily routines and will be able to enjoy what nature has to offer.
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  • Today was our first visit with our seven and three year old grandkids to Three Bears Acres. What a delightful day we had! Nothing high tech or adult inspired here. The kids used their own imaginations...  more »
  • For what they charge to get in, this was definitely not what i expected. There's nowhere to go swimming and there's a huge lake only for paddle boats and after 5 minutes of being on 1 of 3 available b...  more »
  • We came on a Friday. It was a great time. My kids loved everything to do. There is a sunny side and a shady side for those who are to hot.  more »
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  • As good for parents as for their children, with a blob, a huge treehouse, paddle boats and in dinner a slip and slide. Well worth the drive, we go a couple times a month. Hay rides and archery in Fall, a sand box with misters you actually sometimes feel cold in that section of the park even on a blistering day. Friendly helpful staff. Always in good repair and clear commitment to renovation and even expansion to more fun activities. Can't say enough about this place, I recommend it to people every week.
  • Great place! We love bringing the kids out here for a day of fun. Bring a change of clothes did you can play in the water and the mud!
  • Our four kids aged 9, 7, 5, & 2 all loved our first visit to Three Bears Acres. We will definitely be back. The slides and the bouncy blob were by far the best part but they also loved getting dirty in the mud kitchen and painting walls. Bring a clean pair of clothes for them as they can get pretty dirty.
  • I truly did not know what to expect. I took 36 kids and they had a great time. I didn't feel the staff was ready for us when we arrived and seemed overwhelmed with the number of groups on site for the day. It was a little challenging for the chapperones. Changing area was not ideal nor were the bathrooms which were so far away from the activities. Unfortunately we only did the activities in the "wet"areabecause it took so long to get eveyone changed. And because the weather turned bad before we were able to get to the obstacle course side. I was disappointed that we didn't have a designated area for our group to eat or keep our things upon arrival. Over all...the kids had a great time.
  • super fun but all the extras (like s'mores at camp fire) have a fee. it adds up while entrance fee is high. also, Graham crackers with S'mores were stale.