The Crocky Trail (Waverton) Reviews
Description:Adventure trail / Location: The Crocky Trail Ltd, Cotton Abbotts, Waverton, Chester, CH3 7PH.
Newest Review: ... were 5 with a few smaller ones for younger children. The slides were really high and really steep although all slightly different. The children had mats to sit on as they went down them. The screams of delight and the expressions on the girls' faces as they flew down the slides were fantastic to observe. As soon as they reached the bottom of the slide they raced straight back up the stairs ... more
Customer The Crocky Trail (Waverton) Reviews (3)
by - written on 30/07/11 (Very useful, 108 readings)
We Went to the Crocky Trail today. It's at Cotton Abbots near Chester. Well signposted off the A41 and we found it with no problem. It is a completely unique place....totally unlike the Americanised banality of theme parks in the UK today with their wall to wall burger joints and terrible service. The Crocky Trail is part adventure playground, part trail with lots of activities for kids and adults to enjoy. Myself and my partner took our two daughters who are both aged 10 years. I think they are pretty much the perfect age for the Crocky Trail as there was nothing they couldn't do and just a few things which were definitely aimed at younger visitors. There ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/06/10 (Very useful, 258 readings)
The Crocky Trail is well signposted and thus easy to find just off the A41, near Chester. You drive in and pay before parking your car (I am happy to report that since the last reviewer visited, there is now the facility to pay by credit card), and then head off to the main activity area at the start of the trail. Once you have exhausted the options there, you set off on a circular walk which runs alongside a ditch, effectively skirting the outside of a big field, before ending up back where you started. The best part of the experience from the kids' point of view is definitely the initial play area - there are a number of slides and activities which are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/10 (Very useful, 885 readings)
The Crocky Trail is an adventure playground, suitable not only for children but for adults too! * Location * The Crocky Trail is located in Cotton Abbotts, Chester, Cheshire. We did get slightly lost when arriving by car, but overall it wasn't too bad finding it (we came from Liverpool). * Prices * I thought the prices were very expensive, and should have been quite a lot lower for what the trail was. One word of warning, when we went, credit cards weren't accepted - but we had no idea. We didn't have enough cash on us to cover the prices of the four of us (two adults, two children). We were lucky in that we were allowed in on ... Read the complete review
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