Top Five Adventure Parks for February Half-Term

It’s that time again, the first school break after the New Year when many families will be taking a quick ski or winter sun break. If you’re staying close to home instead, or perhaps taking a week off at a timeshare resort in the UK why not take the kids to one of Britain’s top adventure parks? Here are five very different parks offering plenty of energy-burning options!

Toffee Park, London

Entry is free to this award-winning adventure park, and there is something for even the most stubborn of children to enjoy – the park boasts a tree house, an allotment and nature garden. If the kids want to get really creative, there is a clay oven for firing pots and making pizzas and the multi-sports area is excellent, too. Visit

Creepy Crawlies, York

There’s loads to do at Creepy Crawlies – from an animal farm and high-ropes course, to a quad-bike racetrack. The inside play area provides plenty of shelter from the winter weather, while a hair and beauty studio allows a spot of pampering. The park costs from £5.50. For more information, visit

Chatsworth, Derbyshire

Britain’s famous Chatworth House is set in the heart of the Peak District and has its very own climbing forest and trailer ride. For a £6 entrance fee, you can also enjoy a farmyard and petting area, and daily milking demonstrations and this is an outing adults and older children will enjoy too. Visit

Bodelwyddan Castle, North Wales

Get lost in Bodelwyddan Castle’s maze, or explore the 260-acre grounds, First World War trenches and walking routes. Enjoy a play break in the Rabbit Wood, where younger children can let go on the swings, slides and climbing frames. Entrance is £3, visit

Aerial Extreme, Nationwide

Available nationwide, Aerial Extreme is all about action and adventure. For just £15, you can climb tree tops on the High Ropes Adventure Courses, then tackle the rope bridges, zip wires and balance beams. Find the park nearest you by visiting

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