Dig out your cowboy hat and head to Devon’s Crealy for a really wild time this half term.
The award winning park, based on the outskirts of Exeter, will be launching ‘The Final Frontier’, a Wild West themed outdoor attraction, adding to its already impressive list of family based activities.
The new 20m2 area is jam-packed with fun for all ages and includes a fort, a heart-stopping vertical drop slide named ‘Dead Man’s Drop’, scramble nets, hidey holes, swings plus lots, lots more.
Josh Haywood, general manager for the Park, comments:
“We are really excited about launching ‘The Final Frontier’ during February half term. The £30,000 investment demonstrates our pledge to deliver maximum fun and proves there’s always something new to do at Crealy.”
Crealy is committed to delivering affordable family value. Annual passes cost as little as one pound per day (£52 for the year) and entry is FREE for children under 92cm. Entry for anyone between 92cm and 1m is £13.50 (includes a year’s membership) and for children and adults over 1m the cost is £15.95.
In 2012 Crealy will continue to offer fantastic value with a one-day pass allowing entry to the park for seven days.
Devon’s Crealy is ideally located, just minutes off junction 30 on the M5.
The park is open during February half term (Saturday 11th – Sunday 19th) from 10.30 am – 5.00 pm. For full details, including promotions, offers and ticket prices please visit www.crealy.co.uk
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