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Crealy Great Adventure Park

Devon’s Crealy Great Adventure Park is the South West’s number one family value day out. The multi-award winning family attraction situated just minutes from Junction 30 on the M5 near Exeter, has over 60 rides and attractions and set in 100 acres of glorious Devon countryside.

Devon’s Crealy Great Adventure Park is proud to cater for the whole family, from the smallest children to parents and grandparents alike. The Park features over 75,000 square feet of undercover play and extensive outdoor adventure areas for guests to seek and explore, making Devon’s Crealy the perfect value day out whatever the weather.

The biggest rollercoaster in the South West, The Twister opened at Devon’s Crealy this July. The Twister features 310 metres of winding track which spins and twists guests at speeds of up to 40kph. The ride offers thrills and spills galore and fantastic panoramic views across the Park.  The Twister is located next to one of Crealy’s popular rides, the Vortex and designed for riders over 120cm tall, adding something extra for older children visiting the park, providing fun for the whole family.

Guests will love soaring to new heights of fun on The Flying Machine, whilst intrepid explorers can get up close and meet prehistoric friends including the roaring T-Rex, mischievous Stegosaurus and clever Velociraptor at Dino Jeeps.

Over 200 animals call Devon’s Crealy Great Adventure Park home. Meerkat Manor is not to be missed, with the mischievous and adorable creatures on the lookout throughout the day. Take the Safari Express and set off for a Safari adventure where you can spot emus, wallabies and llamas along the way.

Popular favourites at Crealy including the Maximus rollercoaster and the Flying Dutchman Swing take pride of place in the centre of the Park.  The Tidal Wave Log Flume and challenging Vortex triple tube water coaster are just a few of the summertime water ride favourites for those looking for thrills and spills.

A family pass to Devon’s Crealy is approximately £60, however, guests purchasing tickets online in advance will receive at 20% discount. Full details can be found at www.crealy.co.uk.

Address: Devon’s Crealy Great Adventure Park, Sidmouth Road, Exeter, Devon EX5 1DR.

Telephone: 01395 233200

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