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Rainy Day Activities Gypsy Wood Park, Gwynedd
Opening times: March – September 10:30-17:00
Price: Adults £7.95, Children £6.49, Under 3s £3.75

Gypsy Wood Park might be an outdoor attraction, but there’s still plenty to do when it’s chucking it down too! Where else can you combine fairy magic, a day out with animals and 20 acres of stunning woodland?

Kids of all ages can enjoy the attractions at Gypsy Wood Park from Didi Cars to Magnetic Fishing, Trampolines to Duck Racing and of course the Musical Tree House. Don’t forget to pick up a free quiz sheet, fairy-hunt, wish form and colouring sheet from the shop, too!

Gypsy Wood Park is also home to a number of enchanting animals including alpacas, donkeys, ferrets, goats, mice, rabbits, pot-bellied pigs and more. At 1:40pm every day you’ll also get to meet the park’s star residents – the horses Simba and Betty as well as the world’s smallest sheep, Ouessant. You can also try your hand at pony/horse grooming and there is also the opportunity to feed the animals - just pick up a bag of feed from the shop.

And if the weather is too wet for a picnic, The Dragon café serves a selection of sandwiches, cakes, pasties and sausage rolls made with fresh local ingredients.

You could also bring along your wellies and try out the Wetland Walk!

 

Banner Image Source: CC-by-SA 2.0 by Richard Hoare.

Image Source: CC-by-SA 2.0 by Richard Hoare.

Location

Gypsy Wood Park is found in Bontnewydd, Caernarforn off the A487.

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