Posted by Ben Wiltshire on August 8th 2018 in Theme Park
If you're looking for things to do for toddlers at Crealy, check out what we offer for your day out with the family in Devon.
Crealy is the home of animals of all varieties including Meerkats, Crocodiles, Snakes, Barn Animals, Turtles, Insects and so much more.
There are feeding and petting sessions at the park where toddlers can feed our furry and learn about where our animals have come from and their day...
Posted by Ben Wiltshire on July 23rd 2018 in Theme Park
Check out the video below and get a taste of what the biggest theme park in Devon has to offer you and the family this Summer!
Posted by Ben Wiltshire on July 5th 2018 in Accommodation, Theme Park
Here is our list of what you and the family can do during your holiday in Devon.
Crealy Theme Park & Resort
Seems like a bit of an obvious one, but during your stay with us you will have one of the biggest attractions in Devon right on your doorstep.
We offer over 60 rides and attractions at our Theme Park, including rollercoasters, water rides, soft play areas, animals and special events...
Posted by Josh Haywood on April 26th 2018 in Theme Park
Take our quiz to be taken back down memory lane to the TV shows that we were obsessed with when we were little, to tell our own kids about! Answers can be found at the bottom of the post, but no cheating!Play the Quiz
1. Which hard-working character lived in Greendale?
A) Fireman Sam
C) Postman Pat
2. Who was Bella Lasagne?
A) Café owner from Fireman Sam
B) Shop keeper from Pingu
C) Farmer from Shaun the Sheep
3. Which famous comedy duo made their debut on Byker Grove?
A) David Walliams and Matt Lucas
B) Ant and Dec
C) Mel and Sue
Posted by Josh Haywood on March 26th 2018 in Theme Park
You will need:
- A paper plate
- Colouring Pencils
- Googly Eyes
- A button
Re-create our very own buttons the bunny with this fun and easy Easter activity to keep young children busy!
- Glue the button in the middle of the paper plate and draw a mouth underneath it.
- Stick the googly eyes above the nose on the plate.
- Draw two long rabbit shaped ears on to the paper, cut them out (with parent supervision) and stick to the top of the plate.
- Cut out six long...
Posted by Josh Haywood on March 6th 2018 in Theme Park
Originally, I applied to work for retail and ended up changing my mind at the last minute and decided to go for Food and Beverage. I felt that working in this department would suit me better and give me career options that I would be more interested in.
What do you love most about your job?
The thing that I love the most about my...
Posted by Josh Haywood on February 15th 2018 in Theme Park
At the Lost World of Atlantis you can enjoy the private use of four indoor rides, including Dolphin Drop, Shark Bay Rollercoaster, Neptune’s Sea Cups, Super Subs, and a soft play area.
But once you have the perfect venue, how do you find the right theme to put the birthday boy or girl’s stamp on it?
Each year the trends for birthday change, so if you don’t know where to start, we’re...
Posted by Josh Haywood on February 2nd 2018 in Theme Park
Let's meet Simon, one of our Duty Managers.
How long have you worked at Crealy?
I have worked at Crealy Adventure Park & Resort for 9 years, starting in September 2008.
Which department do you work in?
When I first started working at Crealy, I was positioned in the Gift Shop and Admissions before moving across departments and joining the Photography Team.
Posted by Josh Haywood on October 10th 2017 in Theme Park
Whilst carrying out routine maintenance work ahead of this year’s Halloween celebrations, workers at Crealy Adventure Park & Resort have found what are believed to be Roman burial chambers.
The discovery was made this week when a team of workers were digging in the grounds of the park’s Creaky Hotel.
Following the mysterious discovery, Crealy contacted expert ghost searching team Spook Searches to ask for their assistance. Whilst at the site, the experts were baffled to discover that the burial chambers were empty, with Head Spook Searcher, Chris Watson, stating,
‘We are puzzled that the burial chambers are empty. Structures of this age would...
Posted by Josh Haywood on September 1st 2017 in Theme Park
We are pleased to announce that Crealy Adventure Park & Resort has joined forces with the Follow the Bear National Lost Child Safety Scheme and have installed a Lost Child Trail around the Theme Park.
Follow the Bear is an independently-owned company run by parents and grandparents who understand the importance of keeping children safe when out and about in public.How does Follow the Bear ® work?
Guests can buy either a daily membership for £1.99 per child or just £4.99 for a full 12 month annual membership. In return you are given a durable wristband that contains both a unique membership...