Sundown Adventureland, the long-standing family theme park in Rampton, is hosting its latest event, The Hoppy Easter Bunny Hunt, helping families enjoy one of the sweetest times of year.
Running from 2nd to 18th April, the new trail will guide guests around the park, where they’ll hunt for easter bunnies sneakily hidden by park mascot, Honey Bear. Once families have cracked the clues and completed the challenge, children can collect a complimentary Easter treat from the Pumpkin Patch Café, from 1pm.
In addition to the trail, the park’s 30 egg-cellent rides, attractions and play areas will be open for families to enjoy – including all the firm favourites – Rocky Mountain Railroad, Monkey Mayhem Driving School, Jolly Pirate Boat Ride, Tractor Ride and indoor play area and café Crash Landings, which will fuel families with tasty sandwiches, hot drinks and a variety of snacks. Other refreshments will be available at Rodeo Corral and Pumpkin Café.
Park director, Debora Griffin, said: “With the longer days and warmer spring weather approaching, the Easter holidays are the perfect opportunity to enjoy a fun-filled family day out
“The new trail at Sundown, masterminded by our park mascot, Honey Bear, is a fantastic experience for families and will guide them through the many interactive areas that the park has to offer.”
Sundown Adventureland’s Hoppy Easter Bunny Hunt will run from Saturday 2nd April until Monday 18th April, and is open from 10am-5pm. Although some tickets can be purchased on arrival, booking is strongly advised. Please visit www.sundownadventureland.co.uk
Tickets for adults or children over 90cm are £20.50, senior citizens are £15, whilst children under 90cm go free. Discounts are available for Blue Light Card holders and wheelchair users.
To book Wild Acre Village, Sundown Adventureland’s new overnight accommodation opening later this year, please visit Hoseasons: www.hoseasons.co.uk/holiday-parks/wild-acre-village-at-sundown-adventureland-waws