Peak wildlife park has had the benefit of much needed overall investment. The extensive refurbishment has given the park a much needed lift. A large parking area, easy to access park for pushchairs and wheelchair users. Animals are well cared for in clean extensive surroundings. Several enclosures where it is possible to meet the animals, goats a huge favourite with our four yr old. Wallabies on the loose, happy to hop around the visitors. Giant rabbits happy to lie in the sun and have a fuss.
Free outdoor play area consists of a giant bouncy castle. Sand pit, and play area. Plenty of picnic benches, plenty of shade, and some comfy outdoor chairs.
Definitely take a picnic as the restaurant is basic and pricey. Almost £10 for a thin oven baked artisan pizza, £5 for a sandwich, expensive cans of drinks. Though the pizza was two for the price of one if purchased after 4 pm. However. We arrived at 11 am, and by 2 pm had seen everything, spent an hour watching kids falling out on the bouncy castle, spent almost £20 on artisan ice-cream and over priced pop, we dodged the gift shop, which unfortunately is the exit. For £53 ish, two adults three children for two hours plus an hour playing we won't be rushing to return. We did visit during the summer holidays. Despite being well laid out, the volume of visitors gave the park a claustrophobic feel especially during the hourly talks on many of the animals.
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