Peak Wildlife Park - Best Price Tickets

Peak Wildlife Park - Best Price Tickets

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Visit Peak Wildlife Park, a great day out in Staffordshire

Have you ever wanted to hop around with wallabies, or maybe to feed a penguin a fish? Perhaps to jump around with some lemurs or catch a glimpse of the elusive red squirrel? Well at Peak Wildlife Park, all of these animal experiences are possible in an interactive wildlife park where the animals are nearly as free to roam as you are! 

Now you can even meet three magnificent polar bears, with Hope and her two cubs recently arriving at the park in 2023. Come and see them today in their 5-acre habitat and become awe-struck at these mighty and beautiful creatures in a natural environment. 

Up close to nature at Peak Wildlife Park

There are five main animal walks that you can go through with Peak Wildlife Park, one of these is the lemur walk. Look out for King Julien as you walk alongside these mischievous Madagascan mammals while they play around at your feet or sit beside you at the bench. Look out for the red-ruffed, black and white-ruffed as well as ring-tailed lemurs as you walk beside these curious creatures. 

If you’re looking for some flightless fun, then you wouldn’t be out of place on one of Peak’s penguin walks. Waddle on with some Humboldt penguins in their colonies as they eagerly await for some fishy snacks before heading off for a swim in the pool. You can also watch them splash about from an underwater viewing area, which always makes for some great sights when you visit this penguin paradise.

Peak Wildlife Park has so many adorable animals

The lovable marsupials that are wallabies ended up in the UK wilds under bizarre circumstances in 1940, through being released from a private collection as a wartime measure. It’s unknown how many remain in the British wild today but the group at Peak is certainly a flourishing one. Here, you can give a fuss, feed some treats and bounce about with Bennetts wallabies, which is certain to have you leaving with a spring in your step! 

Another adorable animal you can walk about with in Peak Wildlife Park are the red squirrels. Their population in the UK sadly took a massive dive after the arrival of grey squirrels from North America, but thanks to the work going on here, conservation efforts are in place to help put the rare red rodents back in the wild. Become a part of the project by going on a squirrel walk, as all money goes to the conservation and repopulation of red squirrels. Plus, they’re adorable, so you wouldn’t want to miss these little guys anyway! 

Chilling at the village

You may be tired after all these animal walks, so why not wind down at a forgotten Namibian outpost and hang out with some meerkats? Watch them scurry about the sands while you brush the majestic hair of a pygmy goat, who will be happy to lie on their side while you give them a nice fuss!

It’s also worth keeping an eye out for some of the other animals on site, including zebras, otters, tortoises, giant rabbits, sheep, deer, warty pig, dik-diks and the Patagonian Mara, of which you can still get close to.

So take a walk on the wild side today and pay a visit to an incredible bunch of animals all waiting to play with you (and maybe try and nab your snacks too)!

Get your deals on days out at Peak Wildlife Park, book now for an unforgettable family day out!

Staffordshire
ST13 7QR
  • Café
  • Picnic areas
  • Toilets
  • Baby changing
  • Indoor play area
  • Additional costs for “Meet the Species” package

People also ask:

How long does it take to walk around Peak Wildlife Park?

  • You can walk around Peak Wildlife Park in around 1.5-2 hours, but you can spend so much more time here. We recommend you spend at least 3 hours, if not longer at Peak Wildlife Park

What animals do they have at Peak Wildlife Park?

  • Polar Bears, Humboldt Penguin, Patagonian Mara. Ring-tailed Lemur, Black & White Ruffed Lemur, Black Lemur, Maneless Zebra, Visayan Warty Pig, Meerkat, pygmy goats and more!

Can you take a picnic to Peak Wildlife Park?

  • Picnics are allowed in the park in their outside areas and in the family room.

Are dogs allowed at Peak Wildlife Park?

  • Dogs aren't allowed. Foxtwood Kennels, situated 10 minutes from the park, is happy to take dogs for the day.

Who owns Peak Wildlife Park?

  • The zoo was originally known as Blackbrook Zoological Park, but entered administration in 2014 and closed. It was purchased by Jake Veasey and Colin MacDougall and reopened under its current name in 2015.

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