Paradise Park

About 7 minutes from park

A flock of flamingos standing in a lake.


16 Trelissick Road, Hayle, Cornwall, UK, TR27 4HB

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About Paradise Park

The park is home to most domestic pets and farm animals. A few zoological animals are also housed here, such as Penguins and exotic birds. Over recent years, Paradise Park, have introduced a few new species to the animal family. Children can feed the animals at certain times, and head to petting corner, to play with the smaller animals such as rabbits and guinea pigs. Jungle Barn has been to most recent addition to the park. Built in the style of a barn, housing a big indoor play area, with ball pen, slides and cafe/restaurant area for the grown ups!

How to get to Paradise Park

Paradise Park is situated on the outskirts of Hayle, in Cornwall, UK. If using a Sat Nav please use the postcode TR27 4HY.

The park is well signposted from anywhere in Hayle and the surrounding by-pass. Just follow the brown tourist information signs. To get to Hayle just head down the A30, then turn off at the Hayle / St Ives roundabout. In summer it is best to keep on the Hayle by-pass and approach the town from the south.There is free on site parking and during busy times they have an adjacent field which is opened up for visitors to park, with just a short walk to the entrance.

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Whilst you wait... just think about being in your swimmers, the sun's out and the smiles are big