As my ambassador role for The Crocky Trail in Chester comes to an end, I thought I would share our top tips for visiting. You can read my posts of our previous visits here and here.

Crocky Trail

Seems obvious but wear old clothes and trainers or wellies. They WILL get filthy, and on our last visit these shoes ended up in the bin.

The Crocky Trail

Take a change of clothes which includes spare knickers and socks, a towel and also a bin bag for putting the muddy clothes in. There are changing rooms at the Crocky Trail for you to use.

Whilst you can buy snacks from the Crocky Trail such as sausage rolls, chocolate and crisps, you are welcome to bring a picnic.… Continue reading

The Crocky Trail in Chester

The Crocky Trail in Chester

On Sunday we made our very first visit to The Crocky Trail, which is in Waverton in Chester. Over the years I have heard many good things about it, and we were really looking forward to trying it out for ourselves. As I knew there would be mud involved, I packed a change of clothes and some towels, along with a bin bag to put the muddy clothes in.

We parked easily and the children couldn’t wait to get out of the car and head to the activities on offer. Now with having a nearly teen boy and a 9 year old girl, I really struggle to find days out that they both enjoy.… Continue reading