Camelot Theme Park (Lancashire) Reviews
Description:Camelot Theme Park combines the thrills of a modern theme park with the magic of the knights from King Arthur's round ... more
Newest Review: ... like here is how the cost for adults and children is the same and I would expect at least a few pounds off the adult price for children to be honest. The standard entrance fees are as follows: Adult: £28 Child over 1 metre: £28 Child under 1 metre: Free Family of 4: £85 Season pass: £50 each or family of four for £160 Inside the park What is nice about Camelot is there are plenty of rides ... more
Customer Camelot Theme Park (Lancashire) Reviews (22)
by - written on 05/06/12 (Very useful, 177 readings)
My friend entered a competition and managed to win four season passes to Camelot theme park which is in Charnock Richard, Chorley in Lancashire. She very kindly decided to give my son and I a pass each so that we could make the most of lots of days out during the season and we recently had our first visit together and so I thought I would write a review on the park. Getting there Getting there was pretty easy as we live in Lancashire and so it isn't too far from where we live. We were probably looking at around a twenty five minute drive or so which I think is perfect for a local fun day out. Camelot theme park is a short drive from the M6 too ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/09/11 (Very useful, 78 readings)
Camelot We recently stayed in a hotel close to Liverpool with Little Miss and grandson and on our second day in the hotel decided to go to Camelot as it was somewhere we had never been. LOCATION... Camelot is situated in a fairly rural location in Chorley, between Preston and Wigan, and is just a short drive from the M6. We found it easily enough by setting the satnav and then when we got close to the place, there were plenty of brown signs to send us on our way. THE PARK... We arrived at the park and parked the car in the large free car park and made our way to the entrance. Naturally, this was easy to find, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/10 (Very useful, 254 readings)
Living up north, we tend to think that all the major theme parks are down south...and I guess we're right! But, although Camelot may not be as major as the likes of Thorpe Park, or even the closer Alton Towers, we found on our recent visit that it still has much to offer... My previous memories of Camelot are mainly from school trips; the most lasting impression being made actually by the resident wasps, and yes, they are still pretty rife around the jousting arena where many people go to enjoy their picnics. That said, I've never actually been stung by a wasp there, so don't let that put you off too much! No, to be honest, I'm not really a ... Read the complete review
by Nana D - written on 21/08/10
Highly recommend. We 1st went here 25 years ago with children now back with grandchildren. We had a fantastic day out the 3 little ones age 4, 1 and 10 months all loved it. Staff very friendly and helpful park very clean and well run. the farm was lovely No queing at the rides except log flumes which was well worth it. We went on rides lots of times. There were also 6 adults in the group and we all loved it. Everything so clean. We will be going again soon I hope.
by Jackie - written on 23/07/10
Had a fantastic day out 4 kids aged 10 to 13.Staff very friendly park safe easy to find your way around so children can go on ahead.The farm was a delight even the mad goats who were after anyone with a bag which looked like food. No queing at the rides so you could go on again and again not reccomended on the Knightmare though!!!!!!!!!!!!We all loved it.Nice coffee too and foodcourt kept clean tables wiped after everyone.Would go again.