|Monday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
First time of visiting and pleased to say I was surprised at the amount to do for children and adults alike. My visit was reasonably quiet but I can imagine that it gets pretty packed during school holidays as the park & it's rides are pretty compact and close together. Park has plenty of little stop & rest places for those well needed rest bites from the rides etc.
Brilliant family day out for younger families. We took our 9, 4 and 1 year old and there was plenty for everyone to do. As well as the rides you queue for there are lots of playgrounds, a splash park, a forest adventure, a lake, and animals so you definitely won't spend all day queueing. We went on a hot sunny weekend just before the school summer holidays and the queues were really small. Plenty of places to eat and get ice creams. And the staff are all really friendly. The only downside (which didn't affect us) is that there aren't many thrill rides, so I wouldn't recommend as much for teenagers. We will definitely be returning.
A Great Day out for all the Family. Lots of Rides and attractions for all of the Family to enjoy. Loads of choices of different food restaurants. A great place to go to in any weather. The best thing, children under 92cm go Free. Also a great place for children on all ages.
A great day out for the family. Large enough to have plenty to offer but not so large that it becomes a chore to visit like some amusement parks. Most activities are included in the entry price and those that aren't are reasonably priced. There are lots of places for you to sit and enjoy a picnic if you've brought one and the restaurants offer reasonably priced food if you haven't. The water based rides are closed at certain times of the year but there's still plenty to do and see.
First thing I like to mention is that one day is not enough to visit the park given its activity and all its rides. In general, it has water activities, amusements and rides, animal farm and soft play area and rides for kids plus live shows for kids too. When we bought the ticket in the morning we were like they are expensive given only kids going to go on rides but it turns out the adult can also enjoy those rides and at the end of the day the we were convinced that it is a good price given it covers too much, furthermore if you live near to the park you can visit them again with next 6 days for free, you just have to validate the ticket. RECOMMENDED.
A great experience for kids, plenty of seating for adults. The only down sides are the indoor areas and slides are very hot especially at the top and ventilation should be put in to stop people and kids overheating. The animals were great to look at and seemed well looked after the indoor play area is good fun although the graffiti in one of the areas should be cleaned off. The majority of the rides are closed through the week which is a shame but understandable when it’s quieter. Good parking and toilet facilities and the staff were all friendly and helpful. Definitely recommended but go at the weekend to get the most of the rides.
My 3 year old had an amazing time. Is insisting we go back again - right now! There's a great variety of things to do - his particular favourites are the Dino Jeeps (which allows for a dino adventure with low threat levels - so no tears), Driving School (which gave a nice safe environment to drive mini-cars around), and the spinning pirate ship (the attendant really put on a show of being a pirate and really added to the feel of adventure). really, he was very excited throughout the day - the shark mini-roller coaster and the submarines ride were also massive hits. It very much felt like a quality day out, with the options of seeing animals or exploring the mini-woodland area and the lake for somewhere to picnic. Oh yes, he enjoyed the sandpit excavating dinosaur bones too! Certainly exceeded our expectations.
Crealy is a fun filled adventure park that is family friendly and has a safe environment for children as young as 1 to be able to pay in. There are rides and play areas indoors and outdoors. Some are good rides however there are not very many rides and I would maybe like to see some variety I'm rides. The twister is barley ever open because of the weather even in the summer and I feel like it's a waste of a ride slightly because it's rarely open. There is not a lot to do for children under 90 cm which is also disappointing as I feel there needs to be more for the younger ones. Most of the workers are kind and funny especially Jordan, if you ever meet him then you should feel blessed he lights up all of our days when we go to crealy and really makes it a fun filled day.
Love this place! We come here at least annually with a currently 8 & 10 yr old. The rides are enough to excite but not enough to scare. We holiday with our 2 dogs and love the fact you can kennel them for free whilst you play. Really considering the annual membership but trying to weigh up the costings. This place may not be for older kids but for now it provides all we need for a great day out.
We are at Crealy for the second time in a week as we took part in the second visit in 6 days are free making it very good value for money. The park as a whole is a great place to bring a child whilst the rides are generally good for all ages. For a " local " theme park it does well and could easily line up against the " national " theme parks. Well done the owners for not selling out to global owners , remaining independent and providing excellent entertainment on a regional level.
Lovely day out here with my son (4yrs 112cm) and daughter (2.5yrs 99cm) and their grandmother (who usually hates theme parks!). Nice atmosphere, quite relaxed and easy going and staff were helpful. We could go on nearly every ride as the lower limit seemed to be 92cm (even if accompanied). If my children were shorter than this level there isn't as much for them really and I'd wait until they were taller... There is a nice variety of rides - flumes, slides, roller coasters, driving school, carousels, something for everyone. We barely touched the soft play as there was so much else to do. I thought it was a really nice touch to have indoor park rides as well (in case of poor weather?) - again nice variety. We brought a simple picnic and there was plenty of tables available. (there seemed to be some nice restaurants available if you didn't want hotdogs though). I think it helped that we went on an overcast day so perhaps it wasn't as busy as it might get in the summer but it was the Easter holidays still. We didn't have to queue much at all and when we did it wasn't for long - essential when you are out with small children! We will definitely return.