World of Country Life – Devon Cliffs

During our time at Devon Cliffs holiday park we visited World of Country Life on one of the sunny days we had.

The girls love it and I would highly recommend it if you are local or staying at the Haven holiday parks next door in Sandy Bay

When you arrive you enter through the cutest little museum of farming and the hall of transport, which features an exhibition hall and the largest collection of vintage vehicles around farming through the years, all the steam engines machinery and processes they have used in the past.

You can also take a little walk down the victorian street, which features a dress shop that could be right out of an episode of Downton Abbey.

If you visit during Easter or Halloween they do little treasure hunt trails for the whole family in here for the children to receive a gift at the end. 

They run sessions throughout the day and the girls got to feed the lambs their milk, I love this photo of Lottie, she was in love with them all.

They also have sessions where you can take the goats for a walk (well the goats took them for a walk 😂) Some of them are very lively and were quite a challenge for the smaller children to hold onto

Lottie also loved that she was able to cuddle baby guinea pigs in the pet centre.. cue lots of questions about when we can have some pets. Not right now Lottie, not right now!

There are a couple of different play areas here, the outdoor play areas are great for the summer and in the middle of the park is this amazing adventure playground with a full size pirate ship!

It is in the middle of a giant sandpit which is a great soft landing for the smaller ones. There are also soft play areas and an outside playground if the weather is good. 

World of Country Life summary

You could easily spend a full day at World of Country Life, there is a daily programme of activities including the amazing flying displays from the Hawkridge birds of prey show, animal feeds, hilarious animal racing events including the ferret racing- total ferret wipeout, the quacky races and of course cuddling the babies. They do also have a cafe on site which sells lots of tasty bites!

There is also a little deer train safari that runs into the fields where you can pet and feed some of the larger animals.

But don’t make the mistake of going when it has been raining as they love to shake off right next to you and you will end up covered in mud as we did! The girls thought it was hilarious, but us not so much.

It’s one of the best family days out in east Devon, you can also check out Crealy adventure park.

Don’t forget to check out the gift shop on your way out and grab yourself some momento’s of the day.

If you decide to visit we hope you have a great day

ChrissyJ xxx

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