Spring Fields Fun Park Indoor Play Barn
You enter through the 10,000 sq. ft. indoor play barn which has a drop slide, wavy Astra mat slides, a soft play area, area for under 2s, Little Tikes vehicles, giant games to play, houses and an indoor UV Enchanted Wood. Also inside the Play Barn is access to the toilets and the Ladybird Café, which has both hot and cold options available for both food and drinks. These you can eat inside or out. Picnics can be brought in but they are only allowed to be eaten outside. I thought the prices were a little bit high for my family for what was on offer and the boys just had drinks each (£1 a can). Spring Fields Fun Park also offers to bring the animals into the Play Barn if conditions are too wet. The indoor play barn was a lot of fun and I can see parents struggling to get their children to move on (unless they have been before).
Spring Fields Fun Park Play Outside
The 35 acre site offers plenty of space to safe explore outside. There is lots to do outside with a wooden pirate ship, places for climbing, slides, zip wire, trampolines, boating, pedal go-karting, train ride, sand diggers, wavy Astra mat slides and a woodland trail. There really was lots to do and kept the boys entertained for many hours (I am sure it would have been all day but we had been up since 4am as we went on the day we traveled to Cornwall and wanted to check in to our accommodation).
Spring Fields Fun Park Meet Greet and Feed the animals
Bags of food are available for sale at the entrance (50p per bag)- each one marked with the corresponding letter for which animals can eat it (goats, ducks and fish). We were advised that some of the fish had flooded over to the boating lake and that we could catch a good view of them if we fed them under the bridge in a boat. We have honestly never seen anything like it – there were just so many fish. It was a beautiful sight with their mouths open wide catching the food. I also really liked the way the goats were fed – you could tip their food into the tractor feeder, then turn the wheel and it would deliver it down towards them and tip it out. The children also enjoyed seeing the duck race, having bunny cuddles, a pony ride (paddock rides are £2 and lake rides £4) and just generally animals around the farm park (including alpacas and chickens. There was also pony grooming but things happened at certain times and the boys were too engrossed in what they were doing.
Spring Fields Fun Park Prices
(including a free seven day return pass – not available on discounted entry):
- Child under 3 years FREE
- Child over 3 years £9.00 each
- Adults £9.00 each
- Senior citizen £8.00 each*
- Disabled visitor £8.00 each* (including one free carer)
- Family ticket £32.00 (2 adults and 2 children up to 16 years, or 1 adult and 3 children).
Spring Fields Fun Park Open Monday – Sunday from 10am – 5pm right through until the end of September.
If you live close-by, passes are also available so you can pay once and visit free for a year.
The duck race is 20p to enter and all proceeds go to the local Help Izzy Walk campaign. All other activities (including the boating lake, pedal go-karts etc.) are included in your admission price.
Camping at Spring Fields Fun Park
There is also camping available. Prices are per person per night (minimum 3 nights stay):
|Child 3 years and over||£5.00|
|Child under 3 years||Free|
SPECIAL OFFER: Book 7 nights and pay for just 6!
DISCOUNTED ENTRY to the Fun Park for seven days:
|Child 3 years and over||£7.00|
|Child under 3 years||Free|
Prices are per person. Entry to the park is for seven consecutive days starting on the first day of entry. No vouchers can be accepted as this is a discounted rate.
In the App for Cornwall there is a discount of £2 off per person (up to six people) which has now currently run out.
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*Bring document/ID proof to receive the disabled or senior rate.
My family and I were invited to a Smartphone Photography Press Trip to Seaview Holiday Resort. This included some free and some discounted attractions. All words and opinions are honest and my own. No financial compensation has been given.