Visiting the Park

We want to make sure you have a memorable visit to Cotswold Wildlife Park. Here are a few tips to help you create the perfect day out.

accessibility

Wheelchairs

There is easy access for wheelchairs to all enclosures, on the Narrow-gauge Railway and to the self-service cafeteria. A limited number of wheelchairs are available from the Gift Shop and there is no charge for their use, please book in advance to be sure of availability: enquiries should be made to the Gift Shop between 9:30am and 4:00pm by calling 01993 825 716. There are good toilet facilities for the disabled.

Dogs on a leadDogs on a lead

Dogs may be brought into the Park provided that they are kept on a lead and under adult control at all times. Dogs may not be taken indoors or into the Bat Belfry, Reptile House, Children’s Farmyard and any areas with free ranging animals. Please clean up after your dog and ask at the Pay Desk for a poop bag.

Toilet facilitiesBaby changing & toilet facilities

One block of toilets is situated opposite the kiosks which are next to the Park Shop, another near the Camels. You will find others in the Manor House courtyard and in the Restaurant. Baby changing facilities are available in all the toilet blocks. Please see map of the Park.

Emergency First Aid PostEmergency first aid post

A first aid post is situated opposite the general office in the Manor House. Please see map of the Park.

Please Do NotPlease note

BBQ’s, bicycles, scooters, skateboards or skates are not permitted on the Park at anytime.

Lost Children & PropertyLost children & property

Enquiries should be made to the general office. The Park has a closed circuit television system and a tannoy system. All key staff on site have immediate radio contact with each other.


Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens

Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens