Free Ranger Activities for School Holidays
If your children are adventurous sorts who love an outdoor escapade then sign them up to our free Ranger sessions, which take place throughout the school holidays at Trevella Park.
By taking part in our Ranger activities your kids can earn their Great Adventurer’s Certificate by completing the tasks in the Trainee Adventurer’s Checklist.
Our Ranger goes adventuring twice most days during school holidays, with fishing, crabbing, pond dipping, nature walks and bug hunts among the activities available for kids aged 4 and up.
Adventures take place in and around Trevella Park – at our fishing lakes, among the woodlands, along the Gannel Estuary and on the sandy expanse of nearby Crantock Beach.
Best of all, each session is FREE to Trevella Park guests and all equipment is provided. To take part, you simply need to register at reception during your holiday for the activities your children fancy.
Find out more with our Ranger’s video:
Available for children aged 4 and over. Children must be accompanied by an adult during the Ranger sessions. A rod licence is required for over 12s.
Here are some of our Ranger highlights:
Learn to fish
Learn freshwater fishing basics and make your first catch at Trevella Park’s fishing lakes.
Head down to Crantock Beach to explore the rock pools and capture crabs who lurk among underneath the stones that lay there.
Say hello to the animals who call our lakes and nature reserve home.
Pull on your wellies to explore streambeds and identify the insects and fish that take flight.
Bat Walks and Moth Trapping
Wait ‘til dark to discover moths, bats and other nighttime animals among the trees at Trevella.
Big Bug Hotel Building
Build homes and feeding stations for bugs, beasties and birds, install them across Trevella Park and then see who pays a visit.