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twin lakes


Attraction (General)
in/near Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire,
England East Midlands



Review added: 20/07/2007 13:10
By: shadow (0.00 earned from reviews) Earn 's






"twin lakes is a fun adventure and farm park,it combines lots of great out door rides ans indoor anventure play areas with a wonderful walk around the farm park thats packed with a huge variety of animals and birds. The farm park has creepy crawlies,rodents and rabbits,plenty of sheep goats and cows,twice aday you can wath ferret racing which was really fun(they have a huge labyrinth of tunnels to run through!)there is also birds of prey(shows at varying times) and wild fowl. the ride attractions are spread across acres of land. outdoors theres forts and playgrounds,rollercoasters,pirateship,bumper boats,gocarts,skyriders and many more! theys a really nice child size village that your kids can go into,set in the old west,with a saloon and shops and lots more to explore,even the adults can go in(just mind your head!)
indoor fun is endless,there are several smaller soft play areas for the little ones with seating and food outlets right next to the play areas,so your little ones are never out of site.the bigger adventure play areas are next to them,they are huge 3 story padded areas with slides ans climes,punchbags foam cannons and much, much more.
it really is an amazing place to go for a day out,theys something for everyone!

twin lakes is located in melton mowbray leics,le144sb.
Admission prices 8.50 per child/adult
family tickets (2 adults,2 kids) 32.00"

Comments
Submitted by Paul_Richo on Wednesday, 14th July 2010, 10:34am
Their farm has an odd display. 2 dogs!!! Who needs to go to a farm to see some dogs locked in a cage. It was discusting to see them locked up like that. I can only hope that they belong to a member of staff who wants to take them to work, but nothing like this is mentioned. Only the fact that their breeds are working dog breeds. They looked so lonely and depressed in the small kennel. This alone should be enough to make people think twice about whether or not they want to visit the park, but if like me you feel this is disgusting, then give it a miss.
Submitted by Justin Amos on Monday, 1st September 2008, 7:40pm
It now cost 9.49 per person.
Submitted by Jm on Tuesday, 20th May 2008, 9:01pm
Very useful, answered all my questions
\thanks
Submitted by shadow
YSUK Rating +152 on Thursday, 2nd August 2007, 9:19pm
Can i also mention that there are some other great places to visit in this area, in my other reviews if you would like to take a look
Submitted by shadow
YSUK Rating +152 on Thursday, 2nd August 2007, 9:10pm
hi it would be easist if you put the postcode in on the AA route planner,that would give you the full direction! i hope you visit as it is a great place!
Submitted by angie.brown on Thursday, 2nd August 2007, 6:36pm
how do i get to twin lakes from codnor ripley derbyshire please
Submitted by shadow
YSUK Rating +152 on Thursday, 2nd August 2007, 1:25am
Start out at Derby,Derbyshire A601 0.00
At traffic signals continue forward
Keep in left-hand lanes then continue forward, then merge onto Eastgate - A52 (signposted Motorway M1, Nottingham A52) A52
Continue forward onto Borrowash By Pass - A52. Entering Borrowash A52
Holiday Inn - Derby (Nottingham M1 Jct 25)
At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A52 (signposted Nottingham) Entering Stapleford At roundabout continue forward
onto Derby Road - A52. Entering Nottingham A52
At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A52 (signposted Nottingham, Grantham, Mansfield) A52 At roundabout take the 3rd exit, then merge onto Clifton Boulevard - A52 (signposted Ring Road, Grantham) Clifton Bridge A52
Keep in left-hand lane then to continue forward (signposted Grantham)
At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A52 (signposted Grantham, Melton, Newark) A52 16.87
1.11 At roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Melton Road - A606 (signposted Melton) A606 17.98
Continue forward onto Melton Road - A606. Entering Tollerton A606 At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Melton Road - A606 (signposted Melton Mowbray) A606
Continue forward onto Melton Road
Entering Upper Broughton
Continue forward onto Nottingham Road Entering Potter Hill
Continue forward onto Nottingham Road - A606. Entering Melton Mowbray
At traffic signals turn left onto Norman Way - A607 (signposted Grantham)
At traffic signals turn left onto Thorpe Road (signposted Grantham) A607
Turn left onto Melton Spinney Road (signposted Scalford) Melton Spinney Road
Arrive at LE14 4SB,Melton Mowbray
Submitted by peter Blair on Wednesday, 1st August 2007, 8:34pm
Hi, do you know the route from Derby to twin lakes? Thanks
Submitted by shadow
YSUK Rating +152 on Sunday, 29th July 2007, 11:56pm
its not too bad a journey(just under 40 miles) but would take a long time to explain the route ,however the AA route planner gives very straightforward directions :)
Submitted by DAVID BULLOCK on Saturday, 28th July 2007, 6:23pm
HOW DO I GET TO TWIN LAKES FROM MANSFIELD NOTTS
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