Crealy Adventure Park

PUBLISHED: 11:27 15 April 2010 | UPDATED: 09:59 28 April 2010

This is your chance for the whole family to enjoy all-year, all-weather fun.

Situated just outside Exeter on the Sidmouth Road, Crealy offers magic, adventure, animals, rides and slides, and much more.

Crealy is an award-winning adventure park, and many of its attractions have to be seen to be believed. Indeed, whatever your age you will certainly want to return.

Tel: (01395) 233200
Web: www.crealy.co.uk

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