New for 2015: Critter Creek – a new land crawling with fun

Critter Creek

This coming Easter 2015, Paultons family theme park in the New Forest will be whirling families into an incredible adventure with the launch of its new themed attraction – Critter Creek, a new mini-land of weird and wonderful discoveries opening March 20.

Explore all manner of creepy crawly delights in this peculiar exotic jungle and meet the Curious Critters, a friendly group of mixed up animals who love to cause mischief.

Visitors wishing to be transported through the twisted foliage of Critter Creek can take a ride upon the Cat-O-Pillar roller coaster. The Cat-O-Pillar takes you through the undergrowth of this amazing land, where you can discover the hidden critters befriended by the theme park’s resident nutty professor, Professor Blast.

Younger explorers can hop on board the brand-new Expedition Express train ride and experience a close encounter with a number of bizarre plants and creatures.

A trip to Critter Creek wouldn’t be complete without discovering the hidden depths of Beastie Burrow, where families can step inside the giant tree trunk and come face-to-face with a number of fascinating fish, bugs and reptiles.

Recently awarded a Gold Accolade from VisitEngland, Paultons Park is also host to the world’s first and UK exclusive Peppa Pig World. Here, guests can play in the Muddy Puddles splash area (open from Easter), fly in the clouds on the Windy Castle ride, take a ride on Grandpa Pig’s little train and soar to the skies in Miss Rabbit’s helicopter ride.

Paultons Park now has over 60 rides and attractions to enjoy, including favourites such as EDGE, Paultons’ biggest rollercoaster – Cobra, Magma, the Raging River Ride and the 4D Show Street Cinema.

For further information, including a calendar of opening times and information about how to book tickets online in advance to save money, visit www.paultonspark.co.uk.

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