My boyfriend and I went on a Friday during term time so the park was very quiet. Greeted by a helpful employee upon entering the carpark. To pay entrance fees by card you are given a slip of paper to take to the cafe to exchange for stickers to show you've paid. Not a problem because you walk past there anyway. We really enjoyed the walk, did the Red trail (intermediate) with the Purple trail additional loop (hard). The purple trail was an extra push in the hot weather but lots of fun - definitely need good shoes and I wouldnt be too keen on it in wet weather as there's lots of rocky inclines. Beautiful scenery, wildflowers and animals. The petting zoo was great, we were the only people there so the goats were fussing over us . Enjoyed icecreams from the cafe (wide range of flavours, £2), I had elderflower sorbet which was incredible. Just when we were leaving we noticed signs to the reptile house which we nearly missed! I can see there's lots of activities for kids, would be a great place to take children who like a bit of adventure. Probably not great for prams and pushchairs. Animal feedings throughout the day, we watched the owls being fed at 4pm. Entrance fees: I think as students we paid £14 for the both of us.
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