On my first visit here this year, I was amazed to see the rapid advancement and general improvement at this 4 year old park. It could be best described as a classy and modern funfair with a smallish very good zoo attached. All tastes are catered for with a huge and brilliant Rollercoaster and other scary adult rides, plus lots of Zipwires, Playground rides, Water sports etc. for younger kids. The moving Dinosaur display is good and the Restaurant is great. The Zoo holds lots of unusual species, mostly Cats and small Carnivores and some cracking Birds all in good enclosures, (much improved since last year). Tiger, Amur Leopard, Puma, Lynx, in really big well decorated/planted exhibits. AArdwolf, Tayra, Fishing Cat, Corsac Fox, etc. 3 Owl species, Bald eagle and several interesting Pheasants, (most with chicks) are the pick of the birds. The animals are perfectly at ease and not unduly disturbed by the noise/sight of the fairground, which due to clever planning and tree planting is greatly muffled/hidden. Although the park was packed it was evident that the vast majority of visitors spent most of their time in the fairground and the Zoo was very quiet. It seems to me that the Fairground is where the real money is made, and all credit to the owners for investing heavily in providing such a very nice Zoo. Highlights of this visit were a beautiful pair of nesting Japanese Cranes in a nice new netted enclosure with good water feature and the giant Rollercoaster. (still shaking). Restaurant food is above average and reasonably priced and entrance fee is 14e (about 10£). Well worth a visit and a lovely walk around such a well planted park with some very exotic animals.