Crocky Trail Cheshire
Cotton Abbotts Guy Lane, Chester, CH3 7PH
MONTHS OPENJanuary, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
Listed under: Day Trip Destinations | Art and Design | Walking Tours | Team Building | Safety Awareness | Picnic Areas | Climbing, High Ropes & Zipwires | Tours and Trips | PE (Physical Education/Sport) | Music | Leisure and Tourism | Environmental Studies | Dance | Climbing Centres
What we offer
The Crocky Trail is a great place for kids to enjoy the outdoors, laughing, joking and challenging each other. It is the perfect place for kids aged from 6 upwardes and allows them to take on a range of different physical challenges. This means on a day out at the Crocky Trail, the kids get heaps of exercise whilst they take on physical challenges, test their climbing and balancing skills, work out the mazes, test their co-ordination skills operating innovative challenges, and testing their nerve too as they build up the currage to go down the biggest, tallest slide, or over the thinnest, most rickety looking bridge!
There are no queues and all the attractions are free once you are through the gate.
What makes us a great choice?
The Crocky Trail is unique in that it allows kids to focus on problem solving and physical challenges in a fun way. It's also a great way to get them out into the countryside for some fresh air and allows them to get in touch with nature.
Group Sizes Catered For
We cater for groups of almost any size, anywhere from 10 upwards.
Photography, Filming & Audio Restrictions
You are welcome to take photos, video and/or audio at The Crocky Trail.
Risk Assessment Details
We provide risk assessments as well as a copy of our insurance. Risk assessment forms can be downloaded direct from the website here: http://www.crockytrail.co.uk/schools-groups
For groups of over 10 or more the cost is £9 per pupil/student (normal gate price £12).
Staff will pay £6 per person (normal gate price £12).
Dress for the outdoors! Wear sturdy walking shoes/boots or trainers are usually ok on a dry day. Layers are also a good idea and if wet, encourage kids to bring a waterproof and perhaps even a change of clothing with them, for the journey home, to help avoid a muddy coach ride home.
First Aid Information
We always have at least two fully qualified first aiders on site.
There is a shop on site, covered dining and picnic areas, toilets, basic shower facilities, disabled toilets and baby change area. There is also storage for bags and other valuables.
How much spending money a child should bring depends on if they are bringing a pack lunch or not, could be anything from nothing to £4. Ice creams start at £1.50, cans are £1, Sausage rolls £1.50.
Accessibility & Disabled Facilities
We have a disabled toilet and entertain a great deal of children with special needs, however, the trail is not accessible to wheelchairs.
Opening Hours & Information
We are open every day, all year around by appointment for large groups. Opening hours are from 10am till 5pm. We do encourage groups to give us a call on 01244 336084 so we can make sure we are able to accommodate your needs on the day.