We went on the last day of the summer holidays and our group age ranged from 2yrs-51yrs.
This is the first time I had visited but had been to sister park, Port Lympne many times before.
We ordered our tickets online to receive the 20% online discount but forego this at the end of our visit so that we could upgrade to passports and therefore return for free within the year.
Very impressed with the park. The paths and routes were relatively flat and an easy walk for all; also there were toilet facilities all around the park (quite important when with children.) We took a picnic but there was a variety of places available to purchase food (but not to the extent where you felt they were intrusive.) The children enjoyed the play area and it was a welcome break to find it about half way round the park. Although our visit was during the holidays the park never felt crowded and we were able to view the animals clearly. The animals appeared happy and content and their pens were clean and seemed to provide plenty of enrichment. Overall the impression was of a small, personal park but it was like the tardis in that it was a lot bigger once inside. Fell in love with the baby anteater on it's mother's back. Go on it's website to find out about the animals you can see.
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