11 things we love about the Christmas Adventure at Stockeld Park and why you should book for Christmas at Stockeld Park 2018
Colette at We’re Going on an Adventure Blog tells you her 11 reason to Visit Stockeld Park at Christmas here is the first one…
1. There’s so much to do that you don’t have to pay for (and a range of options for those that you do!)
This is a really important factor as it would be easy to spend an absolute fortune on visiting the Christmas Adventure at Stockeld Park – Once you’ve paid for your tickets for Santa’s Grotto, things like ice skating or the Enchanted Forest are an additional cost (although you can buy Adventure Day passes which cover all the Adventure Zones at a discount). Over the years we’ve tried out different combinations of activities and tickets but it’s perfectly possible to spend several hours at Stockeld Park without spending much over the cost of your Grotto ticket price (£11 per child) – in fact I think that’s probably what we will aim to do this year.
There’s two play areas which are free to use – one indoor (which I must admit we’ve tended to avoid, preferring to stay outside if we can) and one outdoor play. One of my favourite things about the outdoor play area (also known as Farmer Foster’s Barnyard) is the well thought out artificial grass in places meaning it’s possible to enjoy a spot of hill rolling even on a cold, damp day – trust me, my children have tried this.
To read the other 10 head over to Colette’s blog post about Stockeld Park at Christmas here!
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