- Parks and Playgrounds
- Tours and River Cruises
Suitable for ages: Young Children (4-8), Older Children (9-12) and Teenagers (13-18)
Venue type: Outdoor, Indoor
Symonds Yat West Leisure Park is a beautiful spot by the river, with plenty of open green space for the whole family to enjoy. But that is far from all: there are many attractions and activities available by the river, including boats to hire, a modern and exciting children's play area, river cruises, crazy golf, a putting green, go-karts, a paddling pool, skateboard park, plus many amusements.
The meadows also stage several big events throughout the year, visit their what's on page to find out more.
Just the other side of the bridge, by the river, you will find Treasure Island Amusement Centre, many fairground rides, the dragon roller coaster, dodgems and a large arcade. As the other entertainments are spread about, this is the address given, simply cross the bridge to find the rest.
- Restaurant Onsite
- Snacks Available
- Picnics Allowed
- Toilets Available
- Parking Available On-site
Getting There and Contact Information
Whitchurch, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 6BY, England
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Daylight access to Park
Please call attraction for details
Dogs are welcome
All Day: £3.50
Old, run down, disappointing!!
Written by Benty . 12.03.17
Maybe 20 years ago this was a nice enjoyable amusement park. Today it is run down, a few amusements, no play area, no rides! Do not waste your time coming here.
Nothing to do
Written by . 07.08.17
We just moved to the area and decided to take a trip to the leisure park. Wasn't sure what to expect, but as it was brown signposted as a point of interest we were expecting much more than what we got. On approach we could see a big wheel and though wow, there is a fair. After paying to park and then another £7 to ride the big wheel we wondered into the park itself. The amusements arcade looks tatty and in need of repair. You then walk further into the park and see a number of run down shops, ice cream shack and burger place. The only other fair ride was a rusty old toddler teacup ride. From the website, we expected a few more things to see and do and inflatables for the kids to play on. For me, this is a fab picnic spot to stop at and take in the views and watch people enjoying the river. It's certainly not a leisure park with attractions. There are lots of picnic tables and grass to play on for the kids. It has a huge potential to be something good, but I think it's just been run down and not had any business thought out into it for a good few years.