Ice cream for breakfast was followed by a semi-healthy lunch at the Wildwoods Cafe. The Wildwoods Cafe is definitely a cut above most theme park quick-serve fare. The kids ate pasta, Dan had a full English breakfast, and I ordered a chicken sandwich.
After lunch, we rode a miniature train.
And a giant water slide. We rode the slide on plastic mats ( kind of like snow tubing), so we didn't get wet. It was steeper and faster than I would have liked, but the kids loved it.
One of the most adorable rides at Paultons Park is the Trekking Tractors. I nearly died of cute overload when I saw the topiary bunnies and farm animals.
Paultons Park didn't limit themselves to topiary animals, they also had plenty of bird exhibits. What's being kept behind the electrified fence???
Other birds include,,,
Paultons Park is filled with beautiful landscaping and gardens.
We checked-out the "Big kid" section and the kids braved the Cobra Rollercoaster.
We will have to return to Paultons Park for their newest land...Lost Kingdom!
I thought that my Paultons Park trip review would be a two-parter, but I'm going to extend it to three. Next up, an entire post dedicated to Peppa Pig World!