Jungle Parc - Liverpool

Jungle Parc is based within Croxteth Country Park just 10 minutes from the city centre of Liverpool & only 40 minutes’ from Manchester.

Croxteth Hall and Country Park is one of Liverpool’s most important heritage sites, one of “the finest working country estates in the North West” and - with their events and education programme - helped make Liverpool a winner of the European Capital of Culture 2008.

The park is at the heart of what was once a great country estate stretching hundreds of square miles and was the ancestral home of the Molyneux family, the Earls of Sefton. Jungle Parc is situated within the woodland adjacent to the Hall, follow signs & look out for our banners we are just after the long pond on the left hand side (listen out for the screams!)

Where To Park.

Guests can use the free public car park located on Muirhead Avenue, disabled guests can park behind the manor house using the car park on Croxteth Hall Lane.

What Else Can We Do There?

The estate has four main attractions - The Historic Hall, Croxteth Home Farm, the Victorian Walled Garden and a 500 acre country park including the new Croxteth Local Nature Reserve.

Check them out on there is also a great kiddies playground for younger children & a nice cafe where you can get a nice cup of tea & a cake!

Jungle Parc - Northampton

Jungle Parc is located in the lovely Irchester Country Park! Its only 20 minutes from Northampton and 30 minutes from Milton Keynes.

This former ironstone quarry has a network of long and short trails through 83 hectares of mixed woodland. The park is home to a wealth of wildlife as well as the Irchester Narrow Gauge Railway museum.

Jungle Parc is located directly opposite the children’s play area & the new quarryman’s rest cafe. Look out for our log cabin next to the car park

Where To Park.

There is a car park charge in irchester country park of £2.00 Per car. Bookings after 4 pm please make sure you park your car on the upper car park as the gate for the lower car park closes at 5 pm.

Just follow the brown signs for Irchester Country Park and you will find yourself entering the main car park.

What Else Can We Do There?

There is an abundance of activities within Irchester Country Park, guests should look out for the local Muntjac Deer to Hedgehogs, Stoats and squirrels that live within the park, there is also some great walks, orienteering, mountain bike trails & a railway museum (open only on Sundays) & a great children’s play area.

Opening in 2010 the Quarryman’s rest café offers a great selection of high quality snacks and that all important coffee & cake!

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