Meeting Chase, Marshall and Skye at Paultons Park

Paw Patrol at Paultons Park

Sebastian turned 4 last week and like a lot of children his age, he loves watching the adventures of Chase and Marshall in Paw Patrol, so when I found out that they were visiting Paultons Park I knew that I had to take him along to meet them.

Paultons Park is one of the kids favourite days out. Home to Peppa Pig World and the Lost Kingdom it appeals to children from the age of 1 up to about 12 years with a mixture of stunning gardens, animals to see, gentle rides and slightly more thrilling ones for the more adventurous.

We were season pass holders for a few years and knew it was going to be busy as we timed our arrival time for opening time and people were already queuing to get in to the car park. With security threats top of the headlines at the moment, we also had to queue to have our bags searched before being allowed entry.

Once inside it was clear that everyone was heading to see their Paw Patrol heroes first so we took the opportunity to visit the dinosaurs in the Lost Kingdom first and got on every ride without having to queue.

Lost Kingdom

We have been trying to get Isaac on a rollercoaster for years with no success, but after finding his inner adrenalin junkie at Folly Farm a couple of weeks earlier he decided, after a little persuasion, to brave Flight of the Pterosaur with Daddy.

Lost Kingdom Paultons Park

He was a bit unsure at first, but he cracked it and then took Sebby on Dino Chase, before braving the larger rollercoaster again with me, whilst the little ones played in the park.

The Lost Kingdom PPW

By now the queue to see the Paw Patrol characters stretched past the splash park and all the way up to the gardens by the Cobra rollercoaster, where they were holding the meet and greet with Chase, Marshall and the children. We wandered up the queue to see exactly where it was being held and arrived just as Skye came out to say ‘Hello’ to the crowd who were waiting.

Skye

After seeing the size of the queue, we consoled ourself that at least Sebby had met Skye and headed off again with the promise of more rides in the park and Peppa Pig World.

Paultons Park

By now it was lunch time, so we headed to the Wild Forest restaurant, who serve a delicious range of hot and cold food, for a bite to eat and were surprised by how empty it was. Our food came out quickly and was freshly cooked and the best we have ever had at a theme park.

Wild Forest

Full to bursting, it was time to visit our old favourite of Peppa Pig World. Despite Isaac and Eliza being 9 and 6, they immediately reverted to being young again and couldn’t wait to start exploring, excitedly pointing out that they were building a new ride too.

Peppa Pig World

Our longest queue of the day was for George’s Dinosaur ride, but it has always been a firm favourite as they bob along looking at all the characters. We then headed inside for some soft play fun when we heard them announce that the Paw Patrol queue was just half an hour long……..this was our chance.

If you know Paultons Park, we found the end of the queue adjacent to the log flume, so I joined it and sent Daddy off with the kids to enjoy some of the rides close by.

Paultons Park PPW

Sending the kids off with Daddy was a genius idea as the number of children bored in the queue was huge. Our half an hour predicted queue time was actually 75 minutes and mine were bored the instant they came back to wait with me and I am just glad that we hadn’t waited the 2+ hours that people had in the morning. In hindsight, I think they should have offered time slots like they do for their Winter Wonderland.

Paw Patrol

We got to pose for a few pictures and the staff offered to take some with our camera as well as having official ones taken which was a nice touch. You could buy an official photo before exiting through a marquee shop which was full to the brim with every Paw Patrol product you can think of.

Paultons Park

We had hoped to catch the new Summer Beach Party Show, but sadly due to the queue time we missed it. Running throughout the summer, you get to experience plenty of singing, dancing and exciting games with the brand new characters: Bruce the Lifeguard, Shelly the Turtle and Manta the Ray who appear alongside the entertainments crew and their brand new beach buggy, although we did get to meet them briefly when we headed home.

Summer Beach Party

We thoroughly enjoyed our day at Paultons Park despite the length of time we spent queuing to meet the Paw Patrol characters and loved their new gardens with all the topiary hedges and characters to admire. Of course we had to take our annual statue photo too!

Paw Patrol at Paultons Park

Tickets cost from £27.25 per person and children under 1m are free. With toddler friendly facilities all over the park, in my opinion, is the most family friendly park in the UK.

Have you been to Paultons Park before?

 

 

 

26 thoughts on “Meeting Chase, Marshall and Skye at Paultons Park

  1. Emma says:

    I love Paultons, especially Lost Kingdom. The new summer show sounds great too.

  2. Rachel says:

    I’ve not heard of Paultons Park before but it sounds like such a fun place, a great day out! xo

  3. chichi says:

    what a fun family day out, i am still scared of roller coasters great you got that fear out of Isaac!

  4. I still haven’t been to this park, and it looks so much fun. My kids would love it. It looks like you all had a great time despite the queuing

  5. AJ Wathern says:

    This looks like a great place to take the whole family! We don’t have kids yet but my husband is sitting here begging to go to the Lost Kingdom, haha x

  6. steph c says:

    What a great day out, I don’t have kids but I bet it’d a lot of fun x

  7. Kristina Maggiora says:

    Awwww I haven’t been here but I live quite close and really want to give it a shot with my niece! 🙂

  8. Looks like you all had great fun! We’ve only been to the Peppa Pig part of Paultons Park, must head back again soon.

  9. Sarah Ebner says:

    What a gorgeous place to take little ones, although the queues do sound long, especially for that age. Still, it sounds like a good time was had by all!

  10. shelley says:

    Looks like a fun day, bet they both enjoyed seeing the paw patrol crew! The park also looks amazing, so much to do and see! xx

  11. Helen says:

    It looks like Sebastian had a great birthday day out. I’ve never been to Paultons Park, my daughter is a bit too old for it now. It looks lots of fun for smaller ones though, especially The Lost Kingdom.

  12. susanna says:

    We love Paultons Park!

  13. We haven’t been to Paultons Park before which is a shame as it is quite close to us. I think my older 2 are not interested in Paw Patrol or Peppa Pig but not ready for the big rides yet

  14. Nikki says:

    So glad to hear that your wee ones finally got to meet the characters. The pictures look great!

  15. Jenny says:

    My kids love Paw Patrol but I think I’d rather not go than be faced with my grumpy children waiting to meet them!

  16. Ickle Pickle says:

    We went a couple of years ago – only to Peppa Pig World and we all loved it! Paw Patrol are visiting us locally in August, we can’t wait. Kaz x

  17. Carla says:

    We have never been to Paultons Park before but it looks like a great day out for little ones.

  18. Never been here before, but it looks like it was a fun day out!

  19. My kids would be so thrilled to meet their Paw Patrol heroes. Sounds like an amazing park.

  20. Jessica McDonnell says:

    It looks like you all had a fab day, I’ve heard good things about Paultons park.

  21. Jenni says:

    I really want to go to Paultons Park. Lucas would have loved this, can’t go wrong with dinosaurs, peppa and paw patrol!

  22. This looks like the best birthday for a little boy. So much fun! Paulston Park looks amazing, especially the plant sculptures 🙂

  23. No but we are desperate to go! I’m hoping to doable when we are down there later this month. My kids are paw patrol mad, I can’t even imagine how excited they would be!!

  24. Kacie says:

    The Lost Kingdom looks really fun. I love the look of the food in the Wild Forest as well!

  25. Rachel Neal says:

    We really want to visit Paultons Park BUT it is so far away from us we would have to stay over for the night as well. It looks great and so much fun for the kids. My boys met paw patrol at trickiest and loved them.

  26. Lynne Harper says:

    My son is looking at this over my shoulder and shouting chase chase lol. My guys would love this, really caters for all the family and looks like a great day out for all x

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