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TristanDeCoonha12/10/2019 22:36

Having had to take coach loads of kids there, I can honestly say that I …Having had to take coach loads of kids there, I can honestly say that I thought I would never see a theme park that was less interesting than a wet toilet roll.It sucks to be proven wrong.The Kent park is basically scrap land with a tea hut, and big Tonka toys. Short term interest only. Definitely not worth a day out. Not even worth pulling into the carpark.


Never read such absolute rubbish. Had a great day out - kids and parents both enjoyed the rides. Where else would you get to drive those vehicles! It’s not trying to be Legoland or Disney! Fully recommend to anyone with kids interested in construction vehicles.
Went to the Durham one a few weeks ago with my 10 year old son. Loved it. Spent 7 hours there and had a brilliant day. The mostly teenage staff were fantastic and there's loads of different machines to try. A great day out .
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Having had to take coach loads of kids there, I can honestly say that I thought I would never see a theme park that was less interesting than a wet toilet roll.
It sucks to be proven wrong.
The Kent park is basically scrap land with a tea hut, and big Tonka toys. Short term interest only. Definitely not worth a day out. Not even worth pulling into the carpark.
Edited by: "TristanDeCoonha" 12th Oct
TristanDeCoonha12/10/2019 22:36

Having had to take coach loads of kids there, I can honestly say that I …Having had to take coach loads of kids there, I can honestly say that I thought I would never see a theme park that was less interesting than a wet toilet roll.It sucks to be proven wrong.The Kent park is basically scrap land with a tea hut, and big Tonka toys. Short term interest only. Definitely not worth a day out. Not even worth pulling into the carpark.


Never read such absolute rubbish. Had a great day out - kids and parents both enjoyed the rides. Where else would you get to drive those vehicles! It’s not trying to be Legoland or Disney! Fully recommend to anyone with kids interested in construction vehicles.
Went to the Durham one a few weeks ago with my 10 year old son. Loved it. Spent 7 hours there and had a brilliant day. The mostly teenage staff were fantastic and there's loads of different machines to try. A great day out .
Been Kent park twice now with my two boys, first at 6&7 again at 8&9, one of best days out there is!
Went with kids 5&7 and they loved it, everyone had a great day, kids & adults
Agree with above comments, refreshing to find a place like this that isn't mega commercialised like Chessington etc, have been multiple times and always had fun.
TristanDeCoonha12/10/2019 22:36

Having had to take coach loads of kids there, I can honestly say that I …Having had to take coach loads of kids there, I can honestly say that I thought I would never see a theme park that was less interesting than a wet toilet roll.It sucks to be proven wrong.The Kent park is basically scrap land with a tea hut, and big Tonka toys. Short term interest only. Definitely not worth a day out. Not even worth pulling into the carpark.


What a load of rubbish.

Great day out, try and go at least once a year when there's half price offers on. Great that adults can get involved as well rather than just sat about watching the kids having all the fun

Fully recommend to anyone with kids aged about 5-13
We went last summer to the main Kent one, and my young son (then 3 1/2) really, really enjoyed himself in the diggers. Even my daughter had a blast driving some of the vehicles and in the diggers that lifts you up and spina you around. Turned out a better day than I honestly thought it would.
Edited by: "TheTechAuthor" 13th Oct
Went to the Devon one this summer (on a school inset day). Park was really, really quiet and our boys 5 & 8 loved it. I can see why it's not for some but was great for us.
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