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Easter with kids!

Are you looking for something eggciting to do this Easter with kids…

Are you looking to entertain the kids as part of two weeks off school?, or looking for a fun filled family day out that everyone will enjoy? and of course include the indulgence of chocolate… then look no further, we’ve got it covered!

We can’t wait to re-open the gates to our award winning forest adventure park on the 1st April, in time for Easter, full of action and excitement, for toddlers to grown-ups.

This Easter, unleash your inner explorer with GreenWoods’ adventurous eggsplorers trail!

Eggsplorers will have to work out the clues from their trail guide, and track down the hidden eggs which have been hidden across our Forest Adventure Park. Each eggsplorer who finds every egg and solves the WINNING password will receive a yummy chocolate prize.

From rollercoasting to splashing and mega crafting, you’ll never run out of things to do at GreenWood Family Park!

Easter with kids at GreenWood Family Park

And not forgetting the WhizzSplashing-MindBlowing-BuzzFuzzling rides and experiences, from rollercoasting to splashing and mega crafting.

Did you know amongst all our rides and activities at GreenWood, we are also home to; the world’s only people powered coaster, the first solar powered ride in the UK and the longest sledge Run in North Wales!

Easter with kids don’t get much better than GreenWood – especially with huge savings when you book online in advance!

Our Easter Eggsplorers Trail runs from the 1st – 16th April – Don’t miss out!

If you can’t make it over Easter, why not sign up to our mailing list to be the first to hear about our exciting events throughout the year!

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"Great theme park"
Spent the day here with my husband, son whos 11 and daughter whos 9, we had a great day, there is lots to do, parks, rides, plenty of food, ice cream & drink stalls. They have huts with activities in for an extra cost aswell. Will deffo go back for another fun day out.
- Steph View all our reviews on TripAdvisor
"Staff were fantastic from the get go"
It's clean and everything is sturdy and safe. We were a group of 6 people, 2 kids (7 and 3) 2 disabled adults (mobility issues) and 2 adults/carers. The kids loved all the activities available and enjoyed every minute of it. They didn't want to leave. I highly recommend.
- Tiff View all our reviews on TripAdvisor
"Excellent….a must do!"
Brilliant park, so much to do! 2 teens and a toddler there all day and still feel like we could have stayed longer. Magic show was very good, light hearted fun. The whole place has the feel of good fun. Staff were amazing, definitely worth the money.
- Visitor View all our reviews on TripAdvisor

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