to Devon’s Crealy can now camp over at the attraction throughout August.
Due to the success of Crealy’s Annual Campover event, which has been increasingly popular the attraction has opened a camp site adjacent to the park, called White Deer Camping.
With newly installed toilet, shower and washing up facilities, along with the use of a heated outdoor swimming pool every evening, the camp site is already proving popular with bookings already coming in. Visitors who wish to camp are required to pre-book their pitch stating whether they will be camping in a tent, mobile home or caravan.
A short break at Crealy’s White Deer Camping offers a unique twist on a traditional camping trip, in that guests who stay longer than 3 nights, can adopt a pony for the duration of their stay, free of charge.
Angela Wright, MBE, Managing Director said, “We are very excited about inviting guests to camp at Crealy during August. A stay on our campsite is a great value family break as the cost of camping includes entry to the Park throughout the visit, plus Morning on the Farm Experiences where guests can help milk the cows, bring the ponies in and give our animals their breakfast.”
Camping at Crealy is exceptional value in that it only costs £1 per day more than entrance the Park, which is included free of charge.
White Deer Camping at Crealy is just £14.95 per person (NON MEMBERS) or £8.95 (MEMBERS) per night (includes Campsite and entry to Devon’s Crealy) for the first three nights. Any subsequent nights are £5.95 per person per night.
Camping bookings are currently being taken at Crealy’s Reception, with information online at www.crealycamping.co.uk
Notes to Editors
Devon’s Crealy is the favourite family destination in the south west of England and family time is always Maximum Funtime Guaranteed in the six unique areas of magic and adventures, nature and animals, action and farming.
The proposed adventure park accommodation will provide truly magical holiday memories of family adventures, as only Crealy can provide, with five star eco-lodges complete with bicycles and cycle paths, three fishing lakes, on park catering featuring the best of fresh, locally produced food and drink, plus a unique Green Concierge Service providing eco-friendly links to public transport, local restaurants, fishing lessons and escorted horse-riding amongst the services available. The Park was awarded Silver in the Green Tourism Awards in 2007.
The land was formerly owned by the Chief Bowman to William the Conqueror, who established a Deer Park on these grounds in the romantic Middle Ages, subsequently owned by a Parisian Monastery, King Henry VI and Cambridge University; the proposed adventure Park accommodation is part of the magical Devon’s Crealy Great Adventure Park, family-owned and operated since 1989. Crealy Great Adventure Parks are second only to the publicly funded Eden Project in visitor numbers within the South West of England.
Devon’s Crealy Great Adventure Park was first established in 1989 by Angela Wright, MBE and her family, as a recreation of her country childhood. Angela was raised at Hayes Barton in East Devon, the birthplace of Sir Walter Raleigh, growing up with an understanding and respect for animals and farming together with a strong sense of the importance of adventurous play. The Parks’ mission is Maximum Fun Guaranteed and the essence is to make the most of the fleeting childhood years.
Location Message: Devon’s Crealy Great Adventure Park is easily found, located just minutes from the M5 junction 30 and the A3052, yet nestled in outstanding countryside and near beautiful beaches. Book online and Crealy plants a tree for you, offsetting your travel impact. Road links are excellent, with Devon’s Crealy being served by public transport every 30 minutes; Exeter airport is only minutes away with daily links with an increasing number of airports around the UK. For more information visit www.flybe.com.
There’s so much to enjoy in beautiful Devon but best of all is family Maximum Funtime at Devon’s Crealy Great Adventure Park, the most memorable, friendliest family destination in the south west of England.