Yes, you can bring a picnic. We have picnic benches located near the tearooms and the play area within the centre.
No picnics to be consumed in the tearooms.
However we do not have any undercover seating in bad weather.
We do sell small bags of animal food. This can be used to feed the Sheep, Goats, Ponies, Pigs and our Cow.
Our Birds of Prey and Parrots have a very specialised diet so cannot be fed by the public.
Yes, the centre is accessible. The only area of the park that is not suitable for wheelchairs/scooters is the nature trail, lake and moorland walk.
Unfortunately as much as we are dog lovers, dogs are not permitted in the centre itself. We do however have shaded kennels and a small dog walking area that you can use free of charge throughout your visit.
We are purely a safe haven for all the birds and animals that are here with us. A lot of commercial centres breed and sell birds for profit to fund their organisation. This goes entirely against our ethos and only assists in creating a bigger problem.
Cornwall has more than its fair share of rain and we generally live in wellies all year round. If we've had a drop of rain then around the lake and through the moorland walk does get a bit wet underfoot. I love wellies and I certainly would recommend wearing them.