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My partner and I visited the farm park this morning to scope out new places to take the autistic adults that I work with, as they love farm animals, as do my partner and I! Well there was no farm animals to see! A few...More
Date of experience: February 2019
sburnellb, Manager at Cattle Country Adventure Park, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago
I was very upset to hear that you didn’t have an enjoyable day with us. I have spoken to the staff member in question and they apologise if their tone insinuated otherwise, but assured me they did not mean anything malicious by their questioning....More
Fantastic day with my four children aged 3,6 (birthday girl) 9 & 19. Even though the weather was not the best it did not dampen our day! The staff were wonderful and we will definitely be returning again very soon. 5*
Me and my partner took our 2 children (a 5 year old and 1 year old) to Cattle Country yesterday and we all had a really good time!
The soft play was a huge hit to start with before we visited the animals, bottle fed...More
We took the long journey from Cornwall to Gloucester to take the Grandchildren to see santa, and have a day out. Cattle Country Park was amazing so much to do, we didn't have time to do it all. It was one of the best days...More
Tractor ride good with Xmas music playing quietly.
Santa has a real beard, and the presents were good quality and age appropriate.
Grotto experience weren’t very special a snow machine and 1 blow up Santa then Santa was sat in a shed.
Felt abit last...More
We took our grandson to Cattle Country to see Father Christmas. We got there at 10.00 and stayed until closing at 4.00 and still didn’t do everything there was to do.
We went on a tractor/trailer ride to see the big man who was in...More
This is our 5th year taking a large group of toddlers and families to cattle country to visit Santa. Santa is the best! He was very approachable for all the children and spoke with them all. He gave some brilliant presents which the children loved!...More
This was our second year visiting the Santa at cattle country and we highly recommend it. The Santa is very realistic, his grotto is very simplistic yet cute and exactly what it should be. He's friendly, especially with my son who was absolutely terrified last...More
Response from FellowTraveler551198 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, you wouldn't look weird! We feed the cattle up there while the children look at and hold the guinea pigs. When you feed the lambs though it tends to be through a fence and you have a bottle. I think if you asked ie... More
Hi, you wouldn't look weird! We feed the cattle up there while the children look at and hold the guinea pigs. When you feed the lambs though it tends to be through a fence and you have a bottle. I think if you asked ie called them they would be happy for the help.
Its a great place for kids and big kids too. All play equipment is also suitable for adults so if you fancied doing the death slide you could :D (we do it, go for it) see if you can climb the net too. And we have had a go on the bouncing pillows! Great fun 👍
Response from Trixiepink | Reviewed this property |
Yes. Lidas idea of splitting into groups is a good idea as 70 children in one area would overwhelm the attraction areas and may spoil their and other guests enjoyment. Seven groups of ten would be much better. The park is so... More
Yes. Lidas idea of splitting into groups is a good idea as 70 children in one area would overwhelm the attraction areas and may spoil their and other guests enjoyment. Seven groups of ten would be much better. The park is so large that on arrival if u got park plan in advance you could send groups right to the other end, left and right so they can all enjoy themselves. Check the website for special attractions which may enhance their day. Defiantly let park know u r bringing 70 kids! I'm sure u would anyway. Their is a big undercover pichic area that u could split lunch into 2 groups at different times. Kids might want to bring some pocket money for icecream or tractor ride.