Peak Wildlife Park

[Link http://www.peakwildlifepark.co.uk/ Peak Wildlife Park] is the place to be if you want to come face to face with exotic and endangered animals from across three continents. Whether you love lemurs, have a passion for penguins or want to wander with the wallabies (and feed them with your hand!) Peak Wildlife Park has something for you.

Picture taken from the Peak Wildlife Park Facebook page


Picture taken from the Peak Wildlife Park Facebook page


There are four main peak encounters within the park and these include; Lemur Heights, Penguin Paths, Wallaby Wonderland and African Heights. Each area offers a totally different experience and has different animals to see. In the African Heights you can walk the beaten tracks of their Namibian village. Here you can find Pygmy Goats foraging around the desert paths, while curious chickens scratch in the sun scorched sand. Their family of meerkats also call this arid environment their home. Whereas the Lemur Heights walkthrough allows you to view some of the most beautiful and elusive species found across the width and breath of Madagascar.

Picture taken from the Peak Wildlife Park Facebook page


Picture taken from the Peak Wildlife Park Facebook page


They have regular keeper talks and lots of opportunities to really experience the park in detail. Their 'Mini Keeper' experiences are perfect for little people and give little monkeys an opportunity to meet their favourite animals. It is a unique, hands on session with almost all the animals at the park. You’ll spend your time getting to know some of the parks biggest stars, and you’ll be responsible for giving them their dinner! You may even want to hire a keeper for the day and get them to tour the park with you. They provide expert knowledge about all the animals at the park.

Picture taken from the Peak Wildlife Park Facebook page


Once you have done visiting the animals you can check out the family picnic area and the large outdoor play area. Set in the beautiful surroundings of the Staffordshire Moorlands it is a great place for the adults to relax and unwind during your visit to the park. The children can let off any leftover steam on the Jungle Bounce Bouncy Castle, the large sand pit, jungle gym and the space hoppers.

Picture taken from the Peak Wildlife park Facebook page


There is also a brand new indoor soft play area which is set over two large jungle themed levels; there's an array of slides, bridges and ladders for your little ones to contend with, not to mention the ball pool! It's large open plan design, wonderful wooden interior and Asian Short-clawed Otter viewing area make this an attraction not to be missed!

Picture taken from the Peak Wildlife Park Facebook page


Useful information:
Address: Peak Wildlife Park, Winkhill, Leek, ST13 7QR
Opening hours: Open every day 10:00am to 6:00pm

For more information click [Link http://www.peakwildlifepark.co.uk/ here].

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[INTRO Peak Wildlife Park is the place to be if you want to come face to face with exotic and endangered animals from across three continents. Whether you love lemurs, have a passion for penguins or want to wander with the Wallabies (and feed them with your hand), Peak Wildlife Park has something for you.]
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