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Cattle Country Adventure Park
Berkeley Heath Farm
Berkeley Heath

Berkeley
Gloucestershire

GL13 9EW | View map
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Come rain or shine, there's plenty to do at Cattle Country.

Two huge barns house giant slides and loads of soft play equipment. Outdoor activities include Britain's biggest jumping pillow, a 14metre climbing net, a new castle, trampolines, ride on mini tractors, a miniature train, a willow maze, a splash pool, mini golf and a boating lake to name just a few.

The mini train takes visitors through the park to the Animal Encounters area where children can get up close to a wide range of animals. A relaxing walk and tractor and trailer rides takes you past our herd of American bison, cattle and red deer.

We also have indoor and outdoor adventure playground areas specifically for the under 6's to provide a variety of activities for the younger adrenalin seekers.

Back at base a restaurant provides full on site catering and a gift shop offers a wide range of souvenirs for all ages and pockets.

During term time the farm is perfect for school and playgroup visits sponsored by DEFRA. Whenever the park is closed to the public, private parties can be booked for exclusive access.

Opening times and admission prices are available on our website - www.cattlecountry.co.uk

Details

Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Please pre-book
Discount for Groups: Yes
Wedding Facilities: Yes
Conference Facilities: Yes
Catering: Café

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