We were delighted to be awarded a Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor
This is in response to the great feedback we’ve received from customers who’ve enjoyed a visit to Springfields. Thank you to everyone who left us a review! Please click here if you’d like to leave us a review after your visit.
Opening times and prices
SUBJECT TO WEATHER
OPENING TIMES FOR MAY 2021
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Family Day Pass £35!
Family day pass high season for £35.00 (2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children).
Discount vouchers are only valid during the high season and do not apply to family, senior or disabled/carer tickets.
Pay once and visit Springfields to have fun again and again and again! The pass is valid for 12 months regardless of when you purchase it. This means if you buy your pass half way through the season, it will also be valid for the first half of the season next year! Our passes are valid during school holidays and special event days (subject to opening times and excluding charity events).
What a great treat for your family or a birthday gift for someone special.
- £129 – Family pass: 1 adult and 3 children, or 2 adults and 2 children. (For named family members only).
- £39 – Adult
- £39 – Child 80cm or over
- FREE – Child under 80cm (max 2 free children under 80cm per adult. Children will be measured on each visit. When they’re 80cm high, you can either buy day admission or a pass).
- £34 – Senior citizen (please bring supporting documents when you apply).
- £29 – Disabled (please bring supporting documents when you apply).
- £29 – Registered carer (please bring supporting documents to confirm you’re the registered carer when you apply).
Our five star hygiene rated cafe is open 10.00am to 5:00pm serving hot and cold drinks and ice creams to help you cool off! Our new menu includes hamburgers, hotdogs, sandwiches, baguettes, toasties, paninis and jacket potatoes – not forgetting our most popular pulled pork nachos topped with melting cheese! Eat in or order your food as a takeaway to enjoy in the park!
Visitors are welcome to bring a picnic to eat outside in the park but not inside the cafe, sorry. Picnic benches are dotted around the park including a covered picnic area.
How to find us
Please use postcode TR9 6HY then follow the brown signs to Springfields. If you reach the driveway to Piggies Bottom on your left, keep heading straight down the lane and you’ll see our big play barn ahead of you. (Our postcode won’t lead you to us using the sat nav). We look forward to welcoming you.
Travelling east on the A30:
Take the Wadebridge A39 exit and at the roundabout follow signs for Wadebridge. At the next roundabout take the third exit signposted for A30 Wadebridge (ignore your sat nav if it says fourth exit to Blackcross!) At the next roundabout take the fourth exit and after 0.7 mile turn right (signposted to Springfields.) Continue down the lane and we’re on the right hand side after the small bridge.
Travelling west on the A30:
Leave the A30 at Cornwall Services (Victoria). At the roundabout take the B3274 for Roche and Victoria. Continue for 4.7 miles then turn left (signposted Springfields). Continue down the lane and we’re on the right hand side after the small bridge.
Sorry but only guide dogs are allowed on the park.
For information about our café, wheelchair access and our family friendly policy, please click here.
Small children may have to be accompanied on some attractions or activities.
You must secure all loose objects and belongings when taking part in any activities or attractions, if you fail to do so you may be responsible for any loss or injury to yourself or any other person.
If possible, please leave belongings with friends who are not taking part for safe keeping.
No smoking, eating, or drinking when taking part in any activities or attractions.
You must follow all written and verbal instructions when taking part in any activities or attractions.
Attendants are aware that riding, handling and working with ponies can sometimes be unpredictable they could potentially bite or even kick . In the event of these very rare occasions no amount of care, caution, instructions or experience can eliminate.”