Woodlands Family Theme Park

Woodlands Family Theme Park
near Dartmouth, Devon

Average time spent – 4-5+ hours.

Things to do at Woodlands Family Theme Park review

There is so much to do at Woodlands Theme Park, kids from 18 months to 18 (and their parents) will have a great day out. It’s the largest theme park in Devon and with a mixture of rides, animals, soft play, and special events, it’s easily a full day out for the family. And if you don’t want to go home you can even camp there. 

The huge site, near Totnes, is split into ‘zones’ and every time we go, the first stop always has to be to see the dinosaurs. Complete with Jurassic Park music, and giant moving models, you can see all the kids’ favourites such as a T.Rex, Diplodocus, Stegosaurus and Velociraptors, with a few more unusual ones thrown in. Watch out for the roaring ones though – they make you jump, however many times you’ve seen them before! 

Little ones can run loose in the park’s Toddler Zone where there are various play areas, as well as an indoor Circus soft play, complete with bouncy castle and train. Or if that wasn’t enough there is also a giant three-storey soft play warehouse in another part of the site, which is one of the largest and best in the South West. You could literally spend an entire day in here if it’s raining. 

Other zones include Ninja Zone, Arctic Zone, Fantasi Forest Zone, Action Zone, Sea Monster Zone and Cyclone Canyon. Each has its own rides and entertainment – with so much to do you’d struggle to fit it all into one day. 

In the summer firm favourites are the daring Vertigo ride (not for the faint-hearted), inflatable water slides (to be avoided if you want to stay dry!) the toboggan ride, jumping pillow, pirate ship ride, bumper boats and pedalos. 

Every visit always ends with a trip to the Zoo Farm to check in on the reptiles, meerkats, goats, pigs, parrots and horses. Woodlands also holds regular and seasonal events – its Easter Egg Hunt and Christmas Grotto are fabulous, and visits from children’s characters such as Hey Duggee, Peter Rabbit, Paddington, Titan the Robot, Paw Patrol and Super Starz. 

Covid 19: Due to current restrictions not everything will be open, or it may be open differently to normal, at the attraction that you are visiting. Please consult their social media accounts, give them a call or visit their website if you can’t find the information you are looking for.

Important Information Woodlands Family Theme Park

Eating – There are four diners and cafes selling a variety of food and drinks, as well as ice cream kiosks conveniently dotted around the park. You are welcome to picnic outdoors.

Facilities in brief – Theme park with animated dinosaurs, rides, animals, soft play and special events. There are toilets and a choice of places to eat.

Entry price – *Cheap – Mid-range
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Cheap – Mid-range – The theme park has a wide range of ticket prices. It is much cheaper to visit in the winter at £7.50 per person over 110cms. Their most expensive tickets are £14.56 each. It is worth checking their website for daily prices.

Opening: Woodlands theme park is open for most of the year however it does shut mid week over most of winter. For up to date opening times and dates please follow this link.

Dog friendly? Only assistance dogs are permitted

Information on accessibility

Address: Woodlands Leisure Park A3122, Totnes TQ9 7DQ, Devon, England. Phone: 01803 712598

Guest post with thanks to Helen from Twins, Tantrums and Cold Coffee

Category – Theme Park – Indoors and Outdoors – suitable for all ages.

Woodlands theme park
Woodlands theme park
Woodlands theme park
Woodlands theme park

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