Glasfryn Parc can be found just outside the town of Pwllheli in North Wales, and offers a wide range of different (but all fun) activities for children (and big kids!) of all ages. There are all sorts of things to do here – everything from ten pin bowling to quad bikes!
Younger children will be kept very happy in the large soft play area, as well as in the ball pool, while there is a separate play area for the older kids. There are two separate go karting circuits, too – one for Juniors (8 years old and up) and one for Seniors (14 and over), allowing everyone to get competitive. There are even tandem karts so that kids between the age of 3 and 7 can get in on the fun!
Similarly, there are two quad bike trails; one is for 6-11 year olds and the other is for those aged 12 and up. You can also enjoy a spot of archery or a game of ten pin bowling (with or without bumpers).
If that’s not satisfied you, maybe you’d prefer to take to the water – Glasfryn offers opportunities for wakeboarding!
Once you’re all worn out, head to the café to refuel. It’s fully licensed, and offers fresh, homemade and locally-sourced food until 9pm.
Image source: Glasfryn Parc
Glasfryn park is located four miles away from Pwllheli and just a short distance from Caernarfon on the A499.
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