Updated: Feb 24, 2020
is always a great day out! Due to it being reasonably priced and there being something for everyone.
Last time we visited, we were impressed to see the improvements that were being made with the wooden play/sand park and the splash area but little did we know they were planning some massive renovations.
At the adventure park, there are a variety of activities on site such as play parks, feeding animals, birds of prey shows, riding the Quadapillar and the rowing boats.
Froggies, the large indoor play is still there but is joined by the Lost World playbarn, filled with dinosaurs and is a play area suitable for older children with drops slides and a high climbing frame, with a good amount of head height.
The Hen House, is suitable for children of all ages and this area has air guns and foam balls (so lots of fun to be had) 😊😀
Food onsite is cheap and cheerful. Charges for some activities but there's so much to do without being drawn into these.
Overall at £13 a person (family deals available), Knockhatch is a bargain and a fab day out for all!!
Tip: Tesco Days Out vouchers can be used at Knockhatch...BONUS! 😜 Book online for savings too 👌
2019 Visit: With celebrations in full swing, the chosen birthday adventure was to
We'd intended to visit during the summer to check out the amazing transformation that had been made to the large outside play area but time got away with us, so yesterday seemed perfect to test it out.
Check out the awesome new castle 👌👌👌
Knockhatch is one of few places we have visited, that each time we go, we are able to see investment into making the park bigger and better each time. 😁😁 They have also added a high wire climbing trail (less than £5 per person) which looks fantastic....but with wee ones with a fear of heights, this will be on our challenges to overcome list. 😀