C&J's Animal Park is a family run organisation and an excellent place to take the kids (or the significant other!) to meet a wide variety of animals, from farm animals to reptiles, and cuddly bunnies to endangered exotics; you can see them all here!
The park is very easy to get around, with flat gravel pathways and easy access to all areas, including our most popular attraction...the Reptile House! There are toilets (including a disabled toilet) and dedicated handwashing & sanitising stations on location.
We have indoor & outdoor picnic areas on-site so don't forget to bring one! We also have tea, coffee and small snacks available to purchase at the entrance. We do not have a café at present.
If you have any special requirements or queries please message us! We will do our best to help.
ANIMAL HANDLING SESSIONS
During your visit, you can get up close and personal with many of our animals. The question is...will you be brave enough??
Animal handling sessions go on throughout the day, every day! Everyone has the opportunity to touch or hold a variety of animals, including snakes, lizards, rabbits, guinea pigs, tortoises, and more, depending on the day.
Our knowledgeable staff will be on hand to educate you on proper handling techniques and answer all of your fantastic questions about our range of animals and the work we do here!
C&J's Animal Park welcomes all groups, such as schools, birthday parties, summer schemes and more. You can even avail of a special discount when booking for groups of 10+. Do let us know if you have any special requirements or queries. A non-refundable deposit is required. Contact us by email or telephone to book!
TIPS FOR YOUR VISIT
Please don't bring food for the animals - you can purchase feed for Goats & Sheep and Ducks & Chickens at the entrance.
You're welcome to bring a picnic! We have both indoor & outdoor picnic areas. There's also hot & cold drinks and some light snacks for sale on site!
Bring your camera and make some memories! There'll be plenty of photo opportunities during your visit.
Be sure to pack a coat or an umbrella, just in case!
For safety reasons we ask you to stay on the pathways & supervise your kids at all times, don't let them wander off! Farms can be dangerous places!