Review of Twin
Lakes Theme Park
Our little boy is a big fan of Paw Patrol and when I found out that two of his favourite characters Marshall and Chase were making an appearance at Twin Lakes we decided to make a trip! The park opens at 10 am and we arrived just after 10 for a early start.
As we still had an hour before the characters made an appearance we decided to head over to the Buccaneers Island zone the indoor part had soft play, rides and lots of food options. As our 21 month old is little young for most of the rides he was able to enjoy the barrel ride which toddlers can go on as long as they are accompanied by an adult.
We then headed over to the red rooster farm; this is located very close to the Buccaneers Island Zone and a great little indoor farm for little ones and adults. When we got to the farm it was feeding time for the little lambs, this was incredibly exciting for our toddler and he was fascinated by the little lambs sucking on their milk bottles. The farm also includes a selection of pigs, donkeys and a number of other farm animals.
After the farm we headed over to the Excalibur zone where the characters from Paw Patrol were making an appearance. There were a number of children and families there already but it wasn’t over packed. Marshall from Paw Patrol looked incredibly realistic and spent plenty of time waving, posing for pictures and interacting with all the children. In the Excalibur zone there is a café, a soft play area and an outdoor play area which our little one took full advantage of!
After a quick stop for lunch at the café in the Buccaneers zone we went back to see the last character from Paw Patrol Chase who also was great with spending time with the children posing and interacting, after this we decided to head home!
This was our second visit to the park, in the past we had ventured further to the creepy critters zone and the labyrinth zone which was a lot of fun. We definitely will be back and to venture to the rest of the zones but all in all this was a very enjoyable second trip to Twin Lakes.
For further information please visit: www.twinlakespark.co.uk