Set in the beautiful North Yorkshire Countryside, Stockeld Park is perfect for Family days out and adventure play. The magical attraction is open for adventures during most school holidays and a little extra at Christmas. The activities on offer at Stockeld Park change to reflect the time of year.
Stockeld Park Adventures for All Seasons
Stockeld Park offers guests fun-filled Adventures for All Seasons. The activities on offer change depending on the time of year. Regardless of when you visit, one thing always guaranteed at Stockeld Park is fun family days out. Attractions on offer all year round at Stockeld Park include The Maze and The Magical Enchanted Forest, both of which will appeal to guests of all ages.
The Enchanted Forest
Step into the magical world of the Enchanted Forest and discover hidden adventure play amongst the acres of ancient woodland. Inside the Enchanted Forest, every path leads to a different adventure!
With interactive play hidden everywhere, there is plenty to keep children of all ages entertained while enjoying the fresh air outdoors. There are magical surprises at every turn, this is a place to spark even the wildest of imaginations!
Kicking off the year is February Fun. Throughout February Half-Term visitors to Stockeld Park can enjoy Adventure play in the Enchanted Forest, fun on the Ice Rink and surprises in the Maze. Rainy days are also covered with indoor inflatables, Crafts, Games and Building Fun in the Stockeld Rangers Den. All activities are included in your Entrance Fee and for an additional charge, you can also take a ride on an electric scooter.
The Easter Adventure
There are lots of things to do at Stockeld Parks Easter Adventure. Taking place over the Easter Holidays, activities on offer include the Giant Egg Hunt, outdoor Roller Rink, Maze, Go Karts and so much more.
The Spring Adventure
Springtime often sees the addition of the circus along with the regular attractions like the outdoor Roller Rink, Maze, Go Karts and Buccaneer Bumper Boats and much more.
The Summer Adventure
Stockeld Park is a great place to visit during the summer holidays when children can spend hours enjoying the play areas scattered throughout the Enchanted Forest. Activities on offer during The Summer Adventure include the outdoor Roller Rink, Adventure Play in the Maze, Go Karts and Buccaneer Bumper Boats and so much more!
The Halloween Adventure
Stockeld Park offers Spooky Halloween Family Fun and Fright Nights for the Brave. Take a magical trip around the illuminated Enchanted Forest and travel through the magical Maze for a spooky Autumn half-term adventure. Activities on offer during The Halloween Adventure also include the Nordic Skiing on the woodland trail and the real Ice Rink.
The Christmas Adventure
The main highlight of the year at Stockeld Park is The Christmas Adventure. This Magical and Enchanting event is definitely worth a visit. Santa pays a visit to Stockeld Park as part of The Christmas Adventure. Purchase tickets to enter the exciting Adventure Zones, including the Real Ice Rink, Nordic Ski Trail, Fun-Filled Maze and Illuminated Enchanted Forest. During the Winter Season, Entry to the Woodland Cafe and Gift shop is free.
Food and Drink
Stockeld Park’s Woodland Cafe offers home-made, locally sourced meals, cakes and snacks, ideal for when you’re ready for more substantial refuelling and relaxation.
Located in the rolling meadow at the heart of the Adventure park is the Lake View Cafe/Ice Cream Parlour. The Lake View Café provides light bites and drinks to keep you going in between activities. It is the perfect scenic spot to enjoy a delicious treat, offering eighteen different flavours of soft scoop ice cream, served in tubs or cones, together with a choice of flakes, sprinkles and sauces.
Located deep in the Enchanted Forest, Gretel’s Cabin serves yummy refreshments to enjoy as you make your way through the woodland whilst Hansel’s Slushie Hut serves a selection of hot and cold drinks and tasty snacks.
Travelling to Stockeld Park
Stockeld Park is a Grade-I listed country house and estate situated between the towns of Wetherby and Harrogate in North Yorkshire. The estate spans some 2,000 acres and broadly covers the area between Wetherby and the villages of Spofforth and Sicklinghall. The attraction is on the A661 between Wetherby and Spofforth, when using a Sat Nav, use the postcode LS22 4AN.
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