Shires Family Adventure Park (Cornwall) Reviews
Description:Just 8 miles from Newquay and 6 miles from Wadebridge. Take the A39 St.Columb to Wadebridge road then follow the the ... more
Newest Review: ... ~ The Animals From walking through t he gates the first thing you see is the obvious fact that the place used to be a farm. Stables in front of you and a few barns either side with new signs on them telling you this is the ‘Enchanted Realm’ or ‘Animal ... more
Customer Shires Family Adventure Park (Cornwall) Reviews (1)
by - written on 19/06/04, updated on 04/02/05 (Very useful, 854 readings)
Although listed on dooyoo as Shires Family Adventure Park, it is now know as Crealy Adventure Park. Crealy is 8 miles from Newquay in Cornwall, just off the A39. Unsure whether to go or not, we (a group of four 18 – 24 year olds) decided to go to Crealy. As I had decided earlier on the week to go to the Aquarium I had no choice in the matter. I had pointed out to the others that the pictures in the pamphlet showed young kids playing in ball pits and a couple of goats. Not really my idea of fun. So after losing my battle to go to the beach we headed for ... Read the complete review
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