There’s a brand new treetop adventure park opening up right on Manchester’s doorstep just in time for the Easter holidays.
Jungle Parc – which currently operates two other sites in Swindon and Northampton – is set to open up in the grounds of Warrington’s popular Walton Hall and Gardens on 12th April, just as the country begins ‘Step Two’ in the in the government’s roadmap to lifting England’s current national lockdown.
Set within acres of tranquil parkland and steeped in local history, Walton Hall and Garden has been a popular destination for nearly three generations.
There is already a children’s zoo to explore, a fantastic crazy golf, chip and putt, and a large children’s play area, not to mention beautiful grounds that are perfect for picnics, but the new Jungle Parc attraction will also bring plenty of adventure.
There’ll be everything from rocket zip lines and Tarzan swings, to wobbly bridges and an aerial skateboard.
The park’s popular ‘Adventurer Course’ – which is suitable for children ages three and above (minimum height 1.05m) – has over 60 different activities, with six different levels of difficulty.
Each difficulty level gets slightly higher each time.
There’s also the red and black course, which is designed as a family activity where adults are allowed on to climb with their children, but if you don’t fancy it yourself, then you can just walk underneath and supervise your child without having to pay.
Tickets will set you back £15 for a two-hour session, which includes a training session and then around 90 minutes on the course itself.
You can find more information and book tickets in advance of opening via the Jungle Parc website here.
Featured Image – Jungle Parc at Walton Hall Gardens