Stay at the Park in our luxury accommodation, Safari Lodges, which opened in 2021, offering incredible wildlife views.

A number of hotels, B&Bs, campsites and other accommodation are also available within 5-45 minutes drive of the Park.


Exclusive, luxury lodges and two premium cottages, designed to give you an up-close and immersive overnight wildlife experience like no other.

Safari Lodges short breaks include dinner and breakfast, spectacular views of the animals, admission to the Park during the day and Theme Park wristbands*.

Our stays get booked up very quickly, so be sure to book in advance to avoid disappointment! Click here to visit website.

*Summer season only.


The peaceful riverside setting and beautiful mix of unspoilt buildings make Bewdley a piece of living history. A pretty 18th Century Georgian town with award winning museums, crafts, exhibitions and the nearby Wyre Forest.

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With a strong industrial past, Kidderminster lies at the southern end of Britain’s premier steam line, the Severn Valley Railway, which runs for 16 miles to Bridgnorth.



Stourport-on-Severn owes its existence to the construction of the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal in the 1760s. The town is not only intersected by the canal network but also the River Severn and River Stour, creating endless leisure opportunities and is now an inland resort with pleasure boats cruising on the canal and the River Severn.


Worcester has been described as one of England’s finest ‘Shire’ towns, with a vibrant mix of the old and new. The city has a wide variety of attractions, including the world famous Royal Worcester Porcelain Visitor Centre and The Commandery, which has a warren of rooms that once served as the royalist headquarters for the Battle of Worcester, in 1651. In the centre of the city the busy high street offers many well-known shops, whilst the arcades provide a more unique shopping experience.



Redditch grew up from a small hamlet known as ‘La Rededich’ that had developed around the Abbey at Bordesley, built by Cistercian Monks in the 12th century. With continual development, the town's Edwardian Palace Theatre is one of many venues with a vast programme of entertainment offered throughout the year for local people and visitors to the area.

Bromsgrove is a traditional market town located in north Worcestershire. Surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside and a wide range of places to visit and things to see and do, Bromsgrove offers great food and drink, real ale pubs, canal restaurants, town centre bistros, cafes and country pubs.