An adventure park in Cornwall is celebrating the May half term bringing in a circus week for the duration of holiday.

Camel Creek Adventure Park, will have circus acts performing tricks and stunts throughout the park and will be offering visitors to try them out as well with unicycles, and juggling in interactive workshops, as well enjoy the park's exhilarating rides.

General Manager, Keith Thompson, can’t wait to bring some circus magic to half term which this year coincides with the Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday. Keith says: “Camel Creek is all about having fun and a fantastic family day out – Circus Week will make it even more colourful. We’re putting on quite the show for half term. Learn new tricks, have a giggle and release your inner clown. Who knows you could be the next superstar circus performer!”

Camel Creek is renowned for its family rides. Vertigo and fan favourite, the Morgawr Roller Coaster – inspired by a Cornish sea serpent – whip up adrenaline, while things get wet and wild on Camel Creek’s water rides, Thunder Falls and Raging Rivers.

Swampy and Dina Land is the home of adventurous rides for younger children, including the colourful Clown Coaster, Mega Slide and spinning Dancing Flowers, and over in Creeky’s Playhouse a huge indoor play area provides hours of colourful fun. The Carousel and Wave Rider swings offer a touch of retro charm.

For those who like to keep their feet on the ground, the ever-popular Creature Creek is the place to head. From Crocodile Corner to the Shire Horse enclosure, there’s the chance to discover everything from reptiles and meerkats to farmyard friends.

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