Jungle Parc - Northampton
Jungle Parc is located in the lovely Irchester Country Park! Its only 20 minutes from Northampton and 30 minutes from Milton Keynes.
This former ironstone quarry has a network of long and short trails through 83 hectares of mixed woodland. The park is home to a wealth of wildlife as well as the Irchester Narrow Gauge Railway museum.
Jungle Parc is located directly opposite the children’s play area & the new Quarryman’s Rest cafe. Look out for our log cabin next to the car park.
The children's Adventurer Course has over 50 different activities suitable for children from the age of 4 (minimum height 1.05m). Price per child is just £15.00 and includes all equipment, a training instruction from our expert tree climbers and a session on our Adventurer Course, (time on site around 2 hours, with 1 hour and 30 minutes of that on the course itself).
This is our NEW very high and very exciting Xplorer Course for Big Kids & Adults. Min age 10 Min Height 1.35m. This course is suspended high in the tree canopy with over 50 different challenging activities great for a family day out, hen & stag party or a break from the office with the staff! Price per person is £25.00.
How To Find Us?
Sat Nav users please use post code: NN297DL follow brown signs for Irchester country park (for walking,bike & bus routes please see 'how to find us' icon on the top message bar)
Where To Park
There is a car park charge in Irchester Country Park of £5.20 for up to 8 hours and £7.20 for up to 12 hours. Payment can be made by cash, card or via a Pay by Phone app.
For bookings after 4pm please make sure you park your car on the upper car park as the gate for the lower car park closes at 5pm.
Just follow the brown signs for Irchester Country Park and you will find yourself entering the main car park.
Where To Eat
Quarrymans rest cafe 01933 443857 www.quarrymansrestcafe.co.uk
The Quarryman’s Rest café offers a great selection of high quality snacks and that all important coffee & cake!
What Else Can We Do There?
Park, guests should look out for the local Muntjac Deer to Hedgehogs, Stoats and squirrels that live within the park, there is also some great walks, orienteering, mountain bike trails & a railway museum (open only on Sundays) & a great children’s play area.