Paradise Park and JungleBarn Cornwall

16 Trelissick Rd, Hayle TR27 4HY, United Kingdom
44 1736 751020
"Where Wildlife and Playtime Collide!"
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Paradise Park and JungleBarn Cornwall is a popular family attraction located in Hayle, Cornwall, England. It is renowned for its combination of wildlife parks, gardens, and indoor play areas, offering visitors a diverse range of experiences.

The wildlife park is home to a fascinating collection of birds and animals from around the world. Visitors can observe and learn about a variety of species, including parrots, penguins, flamingos, otters, red pandas, and more. The park is committed to conservation and participates in breeding programs for endangered species, contributing to global efforts to protect biodiversity.

In addition to the wildlife park, Paradise Park features beautifully landscaped gardens with tropical plants, exotic flowers, and tranquil ponds. Visitors can stroll through the gardens, enjoying the sights and sounds of nature while learning about plant conservation and horticulture.

JungleBarn Cornwall is an indoor play area located within Paradise Park, offering a fantastic adventure for children. The JungleBarn features soft play structures, slides, climbing frames, and interactive zones where kids can let their imaginations run wild and burn off energy in a safe and stimulating environment. It’s a perfect retreat for families, especially on rainy days or during the colder months when outdoor activities may be limited.

Paradise Park and JungleBarn Cornwall provide a memorable and educational experience for visitors of all ages, combining wildlife conservation, botanical beauty, and family-friendly entertainment in one dynamic destination. It’s a place where people can connect with nature, learn about the importance of conservation, and create lasting memories with loved ones.


16 Trelissick Rd, Hayle TR27 4HY, United Kingdom

About Hayle

Just around the corner from St Ives, Hayle boasts 3 miles of golden sandy beaches. Hayle is a cargo port and small town but there is also a nature reserve on the edge of the estuary. This is a great place to spot birds and if this is your thing you can expect to see avocets, ospreys and a host of wading birds. You can even dine right by the river edge and watch birds as you do.

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