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At the very end of the summer holidays we decided to try something a bit different...we had been told about Twin Lakes, an adventure park just in Melton Mowbray,a few weeks before and off we trundled. We pulled up onto the big car park and to be honest couldn't see a thing, we had to search ... Read review

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Community Level 4hewks

hewks

Twin Lakes Great Family Day Out

AdvantagesIndoor and outdoor fun, loads to do

DisadvantagesBusy in School Holidays

"At the very end of the summer holidays we decided to try something a bit different...we had been told about Twin Lakes, an adventure park just in Melton Mowbray,a few weeks before and off we trundled. We pulled up onto the big car park and to be honest couldn't see a thing, we had to search for the entrance, in the rain I might add.....lol, not off to a good start, I am happy to say it did get better. As you go through the small entrance, they ask ..." Read review
19.09.2006

Ciao members have rated this review on average: exceptional

ALTON TOWERS FOR THE UNDER 12'S Review with images

AdvantagesGood Rides for little ones.

DisadvantagesCan be Crowded on Theme Days.

"We were thinking of taking the Kids and Grand Kiddies for Sunday Dinner, but Abigail (A Twin Lakes Regular) said how about a Picknik at Twin Lakes. So the Last but one Sunday in September off we went, Weather Forecast was for a dry day . We were picked up by Son-in -law Clive and taken to Abigail's House where the Other ones had gathered. So a party of 10 headed for twin lakes, about a 20 min drive from Abilgail's in Cropwell Bishop, the ..." Read review
04.10.2009

Ciao members have rated this review on average: very helpful

Community Level 1RobandGrace

RobandGrace

Twin Lakes

AdvantagesPrevious welcoming experience

DisadvantagesVery poor experience and poor follow up by organisation

"As a young adult with autism I visited twin lakes in 2005 with two friends/carers. Although the Twinlake's leaflet states that adults without children are not allowed into Twinlakes we were led to understand that this rule did not apply to me because I have special needs and that we would be able to visit again. They seemed very accommodating which is now puzzling considering what was to come. We made a return visit in 2007 which had to be a last ..." Read review
12.08.2008

Ciao members have rated this review on average: helpful

Community Level 1nodder123

nodder123

twinlakes- to avoid

Advantagestoilets are availblle before you enter the park

Disadvantagesstaff are unknowledge-rude and need to review their own policies before dishing advice

"This is a extremely predudice park with ultimalty the rudest staff, Descriminating aganist the gay minority.. The website does not disclose that the child must be under 14 to enter the park and that you must have a child to enter the park..The receptionist when you arrive do not hesitate to make you feel and look STUPID.As apparantly this is viewed on the website which has been under maintenance for a while.. My personal experiance has left ..." Read review
18.05.2010

Ciao members have rated this review on average: somewhat helpful

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