When Peter Pan asked “Do you believe in fairies?” he wasn’t referring to Tinkerbell, he was referring to the magical place of Studfold Adventure Trail in the Yorkshire Dales where fairies exist. Children can discover a world of mischief and surprise in this secret woodland and meadow experience.
It calls itself an intriguing, magical, fun-filled adventure in stunning countryside and we have to agree. The Studfold Adventure Trail is an amazing day out. It has wonders at every turn and is a great place for children to let their imaginations run wild at one of the best family attractions in Yorkshire.
Whether you pack a picnic for the day or order one upon entry – there is plenty to do to keep you and your kids entertained. The 1.5-mile farmland trail is packed with a range of activities to engage and excite children.
Whether that is figuring out clues such as how to unlock the gate to get to the Village of Two Stone Wishes, or enjoying the sensory boxes, den building and more.
Studfold fairies and pixies are hiding in their lovely houses throughout the trail, each with a story to tell.
The Studfold fairies and pixies are hiding in their beautifully designed houses throughout the trail, each waiting for young minds to explore them. You and your kids will love exploring the scenery and taking part in interactive activities such as uncovering the fascinating world of nature and experience what life was like in the interactive barn.
You can sit and have a cuppa at the fantastic on-site cafe, Nidderdale Way Cafe, while your kids have a ride on the go-karts and enjoy the trails new play park.
As well as the Fairy Adventure Trail, you can stay at the award-winning Studfold Caravan, Camping and Glamping Park. It has extra-large pitches and amazing glamping pods with firepits, and pizza ovens as well as the Nidderdale Way Cafe onsite. There’s nowt quite like it!
Studfold opens from 10am – 5pm with last entries at 2pm. If you’d like to visit head over to the website here and book.
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