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The Bear Trail is Devon's muddiest family assault course. 27 obstacles, unlimited mud! An award winning outdoor family attraction, the Bear Trail has been designed for families to create memories that last a lifetime. Scramble over the bear nets...more
All reviews change of clothes assault course pizza oven great fun all ages covered in mud rained heavily changing facilities new venture from head to toe visited on bank holiday monday bin liners leap of faith hot drinks staff were very friendly school holidays half term
Spent a couple of hours at The Bear Trail as part of a fundraiser - sponsored complete the course in as many times as you can in an hour - fantastic fun and great team building. A couple of the lads did 6 laps but...More
We visited the Bear Trail whilst on a £10 sun special holiday up the road at Forest Glade. 2 boys (9 & 14) and my husband and I had a great time. Throw yourselves into every obstacle, up, over, under and through. Change of clothes...More
We went to the bear trail on a Thursday in the school holidays. 5 adults and 5 children between the age of 5yrs - 10 yrs.
We all had a great day and spent from 10am tell 3.30pm so was good value.
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We visited here on our holiday in Devon this week and we loved it! It had rained heavily the day before which only helped
to make it even more muddy and fun!
My husband joined the kids (age 4 and 7) on all the activities...More
We did the Bear Trail with a group of 7 - 4 Adults and 3 children aged 8, 12 and 14. A great time was had by all. The obstacles are of varying skill levels and managed to keep us all entertained.
The children did...More
Date of experience: August 2018
2 Thank Bobzgray
Bear Trail M, Public Relations Manager at The Bear Trail, responded to this reviewResponded 30 August 2018
Thank you so much for taking the time to review us and we are pleased you all enjoyed your visit. Very well done to your son too, for taking that leap of faith and taming The Grizzly! #hewhobearswins!
We visited on bank holiday Monday. Even when we got there the car park was busy but there was plenty of room on the trail. And what a brilliant idea! We were kind of prepared for it but next time would bring towels!
Date of experience: August 2018
2 Thank Sarah M
Bear Trail M, Public Relations Manager at The Bear Trail, responded to this reviewResponded 29 August 2018
Thank you so much for taking the time to review. We are so pleased you enjoyed your visit. Your son clearly embraced the mud! How wonderful. I really like the idea of stickers and a tick sheet. We will look into it. Great suggestion, thank...More
What a great place to completely forget about everything else going on in your world. Spent Saturday morning here with my 13 year old nephew and the two of us ended up exhausted, muddy and happy. I haven’t had a belly laugh like that for...More
Wrote a review 2 years ago and gave 5* but mentioned adding more showers. Well we re visited and the place has even more fun obstacles and even more mud and water! The new obstacles are great fun and really get you down and dirty....More
Response from Bear Trail M | Property representative |
Hi there, The Bear Trail is suitable for all ages. Your two year old should be fine to tackle most of our obstacles, with a bit of adult help of course! We have a fantastic new mud slide that's proving very popular as well... More
Hi there, The Bear Trail is suitable for all ages. Your two year old should be fine to tackle most of our obstacles, with a bit of adult help of course! We have a fantastic new mud slide that's proving very popular as well as Cubs Corner for younger ones.:)