Camel Creek Adventure Parktickets and tips

3 things worth shouting about:

  1. Into ratings and all that? Camel Creek’s the top theme park in Cornwall and has over 60 rides and attractions. Nice.
  2. Weirdly, no camels actually live here. Unless you count Creeky the Camel, who’s the resident mascot.
  3. Exploring the four themed areas - Creature Creek, Kiddies Kingdom, Thunder Canyon, and Swampy & Dina Land – is a whole day of fun.

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What’s there to do at Camel Creek?

Parent and child enjoying Raging Rivers ride at Camel Creek

Raging Rivers


People enjoying ride on Clown Coaster at Camel Creek

Clown Coaster


Kids enjoying Swampy's Drop ride at Camel Creek

Swampy’s Drop


Group of people enjoying Morgawr ride at Camel Creek


Roller Coaster

Group of children enjoying Vertigo ride at Camel Creek



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Camel Creek Adventure Park tips and tricks

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Jane says

"Comfy shoes are a must!"

You'll be walking around the park a lot, so make sure to bring comfy shoes.

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Phil says

"Bring an umbrella"

The park is mostly outside, so be prepared with an umbrella just in case British weather strikes!

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Katy says

"Perfect for picnics"

Camel Creek is picnic-friendly, so don't forget to bring snacks/sandwiches if you're looking to save some cash.

What's there to do at Camel Creek Adventure Park?

Family fun in the Cornish sun (probably)

We’re going to come right out and say it – there aren’t actually any camels here. Weird, right? Well, apparently the theme park got its name from the herd of Bactrian Camels in the area. They’re pretty famous according to Google.

Not all is lost though because what this theme park lacks in camels, it makes up for in rides and attractions. There are over 60 of them spread across 4-themed areas.

Swampy and Dina, two-thirds of Camel Creek’s mascot trio (there’s Creeky too - he’s a camel, funnily enough), have their own area with rides including Clown Coaster and Dizzy Dina. Kiddies Kingdom has your classics like a carousel and a playhouse but, if it’s a little adrenaline kick that you’re after, head to Thunder Canyon for the pirate ship and rollercoasters galore.

Be sure to check out Creature Creek too. You’ll spot species from goats, ponies and rabbits to meerkats, crocodiles and snakes.

Camel Creek Adventure Park photos

How does it measure up?

Facilites you'll find at Camel Creek Adventure Park

  • Picnic Friendly
  • Picnic Spots
  • On-site Café(s)
  • Dine-in Restaurant(s)
  • Food Stall(s)
  • First Aid
  • Wheelchair Hire
  • Baby Changing Facilities

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How to get toCamel Creek

Tredinnick, Wadebridge PL27 7RA, Cornwall

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Camel Creek Opening Times

Sat - Sun 10am - 5pm

Please note - all opening times are subject to seasonal changes.

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Camel Creek Adventure Park at a glance

Camel Creek Adventure Park is an attraction based in Cornwall. It is listed in Theme Parks Zoos and Safari Parks .

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Here are the questions people are asking about Camel Creek Adventure Park

Are there height restrictions at Camel Creek?

Height restrictions vary based on rides; most rides are suitable for those over 92cm but check the official site for all height restrictions per ride.

What age is Camel Creek best suited for?

Camel Creek is designed to cater for all Children up to the age of 13.

How many rides are there at Camel Creek?

There are over 40 including roller coasters, water slides, and animal encounters!

What are the opening hours for Camel Creek?

Camel Creek's opening times vary throughout the year, please check the official website for any changes to opening hours.

  • March-June the park is open 10-5pm
  • July – August the park is open 7 days a week 10-5:30pm
  • September – November the park is open 10-5pm
  • In December the park is open 10-6:30pm

Can I bring my own food and drinks into Camel Creek?

Yes, you are allowed to bring your own food and drinks into Camel Creek! There are picnic areas in the park. There are also several dining options available at the park including cafes, restaurants, and snack stands.

Is Camel Creek accessible?

Yes, Camel Creek is accessible.

  • Assistance dogs are welcome in the park
  • Carers can visit for free
  • There are a limited number of mobility vehicles and manual wheelchairs available to hire
  • Paths around the park are accessible to wheelchair and mobility vehicle users
  • All main buildings at the Park have an “Under the Counter Loop System”
  • There are 8 disabled parking spaces in the car park
  • Not all of the rides are suitable for all guests. Each ride, to comply with health and safety regulations has strict operating requirements that all riders must meet. Please visit the official website for full details
  • Access passes are available to those who may find it difficult or cannot stand for long periods of time

How much does it cost to visit Camel Creek?

Prices vary throughout the year, at Camel Creek tickets start at £14.50 for concessions.

Do I need to book in advance to visit Camel Creek?

It’s recommended so that you are guaranteed entry and ensure you get the best price.

What should I wear to visit Camel Creek?

Comfy clothes and shoes that are appropriate for the weather and for outdoor activities are your best bet.

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