Lottie visited on a lovely hot day in August 2016, while staying nearby at The Lamb Inn, Burford. The Park was busy as it was the school holidays but it didn’t take long to get parked up and inside. Dogs on leads are able to access most areas but some restrictions are in place so it’s best to take it in turns to visit some enclosures. There were lots of sights and smells for Lottie to experience, she enjoyed seeing the lions and zebras but wasn’t so keen on the rhinos or giraffes. Dogs are also welcome on the scenic train ride Lottie wasn’t to sure about getting on board but settled well on the circuit of the park. Facilities on offer include plenty of places to sit, relax or picnic in both the sun and shade. There are several kiosks serving snacks and ice cream plus a café. We also noted a useful dog water bowl near the main visitor centre. Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens offers a great day out for all the family including dogs, we met quite a few on our visit.
Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens
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DogPeople Says : Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens
Water bowls around the park, near outside taps. Free poop bags from our pay kiosk. Dogs are allowed on our train (April – October) that runs around the Park, £1 for humans on top of admission price.
Zoo/Wildlife Park with beautiful gardens.
Open everyday from 10 am (except 25th December)
Dogs on short leads under adult control are welcome at the Park. Dogs can visit the vast majority of the Park, but aren’t allowed in areas with free-ranging animals and indoor areas.
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