- Theme Parks and Funfairs
Suitable for ages: Young Children (4-8), Older Children (9-12) and Teenagers (13-18)
Venue type: Outdoor
If your youngins dream of operating their very own digger, then Diggerland Devon offers exactly what it says on the tin with plenty of action-packed fun.
Jump in the hot seat of some real life diggers, dumpers and other full-sized construction machinery on 18 different rides. There’s even a mini digger on the hunt for buried treasure or tenpin bowling with a twist: taking control of a full-size Komatsu PC14 and attempting to knock over skittles with a mini wrecking ball! It’s the best way to bowl.
If you haven’t yet had enough dig for your dime, get tossed around on the aptly named, Spindizzy. Then dare your way onto the bone-rattling, Groundshuttle, or fly 50 ft. up in the air in the Skyshuttle. They even have an indoor soft play for your little fidgets.
- Ride diggers, dumpers and more
- Dig for treasure or supersize bowling
- Fly 50 ft. high on the Skyshuttle
- Restaurant Onsite
- Snacks Available
- Picnics Allowed
- Wheelchair Friendly
- Toilets Available
- Baby Changing Available
- Disabled Toilets Available
- Parking Available On-site
- Pushchair Friendly
Getting There and Contact Information
Verbeer Manor, Willand, Collumpton, Devon, EX15 2PE, England
Click here to visit Diggerland Devon's website
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
11th February - 26th February 2017: Monday to Sunday 10:00 - 16:00
4th March - 29th October 2017 : Saturday, Sunday and Devon School holidays 10:00 - 17:00
Over 90cm: £19.95
Seniors (65+): £9.95
Under 90cm: Free
Some rides and attractions may close in the event of high winds, thunder or lightning, if the Park Manager decides that such action is required.
Assistance/Guide Dogs only
Avoid wearing flip-flops or similar footwear as they do not afford much protection to your feet.
Digger up the ground
Written by Anonymous . 05.06.16
Our 6-8 kids loved this. Nice playground and big diggers made them squeal with excitement. Pricey but we had a discount card. Some of the machines had a dedicated driver and were basically rides. Most machines had a steep learning curve for controls but were similar throughout so it got easier. At least 8 machines that kids could drive.