Wild Place Project

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  1. Nicola Says says:

    That’s interesting – I’ve been to Bristol Zoo but wasn’t aware of this place. We visit the area a couple of times a year so will definitely check this out, it sounds like a really great (and educational) day out.

    • stoppingattwo says:

      It is still quite small, but there was enough to entertain the girls, and it has such potential….

  2. Coombe Mill says:

    What an inspiring place, I love the African school and the barefoot walk which I am pinning, it is on my list of things to introduce at Coombe Mill. I love how the cheetah was eyeing you up whilst hiding in the long grass there. A great day with so much to see and do. Thank you for sharing with me on Country Kids.

    • stoppingattwo says:

      The barefoot walk was a brilliant idea – the girls loved it. I get a feeling that you may be planning one for Coombe Mill?

  3. Emma T says:

    We just did a barefoot walk last week too, but haven’t written up my post yet.

    Looks like it’s a lovely day out – shame I’d not heard of it when we visited Bristol last year.

    (Would love to see bigger images in your posts – so hard to see smaller ones).

    • stoppingattwo says:

      It was great! I’m surprised the Wild Place wasn’t advertised more, but it will be definitely worth a visit next time you are in the area.

  4. Rachel says:

    Oh wow it looks great here! Will put it on our list of places to visit #sundaystars x

  5. What a great place. I love those Okapis they are so beautiful. We might try to visit xx

    • stoppingattwo says:

      They are amazing, and I always thought they were quite shy. Definitely worth a visit if you are in the area.

  6. Emma's Mamma says:

    The Barefoot Trail sounds great! My 15 month old finds different surfaces super fun – the other day she had so much fun just walking barefoot on grass. #sundaystars

  7. This place looks AMAZING!! Am definitely going to put it on my list of places to visit — the boys would LOVE it 🙂 #SundayStars

    Caro | http://www.thetwinklediaries.co.uk

  8. Ahh…I’ve been wondering about this place for a while since reading about the plans for it ages ago! Great to get a little preview – thanks for sharing. Love the idea of the barefoot trail. The guys behind Bristol Zoo and this project really get it right for kids don’t they? #countrykids

    • stoppingattwo says:

      Glad it was useful! Still lots of potential for the place to grow even more, and I think it will be something really special in 5 or so years time.

  9. I am loving the look of the barefoot trail, I would love that let alone the kids! x

  10. Sounds awesome Karen, lovely photos its so cool you managed to get that close to them #sundaystars x

  11. This looks amazing and I’d love to do the Barefoot Trail myself ;). Really good photos and such a helpful review.

  12. Stunning photos – especially the cheetah! Looks like you had an amazing day and little Miss Freyja was in her element… cheeky red hogs!

  13. What a beautiful place, looks amazing!

  14. Karen I love Zebras so beautiful, the park looks so fab, it is great to watch something grow like this isn’t it x

    • stoppingattwo says:

      Definitely, it’s one reason why I bought membership – it I going to be so amazing in a decade.

  15. Looks fab and I might get to go when we move!!!!! Thanks for hosting with me this week lovely 🙂 #SundayStars Jess x

  16. Christine says:

    From all of the comments above it sounds like you’ve done a great job advertising this place:-) Like many others I’ve visited Bristol Zoo but have never heard of the Wild Place project – I’ll have to check it out!

  17. This looks great – we have been to Bristol Zoo once before I didnt realise they had this as well next time we are local will definitely check it out – thank you #CountryKids

  18. This looks like a great place to take the kids! We’ve been to Bristol Zoo before but not heard of the Wild Place Project before. I love the ducks of the Lion King!! LOL 🙂 x

  19. Cindy says:

    Looks like it was a fun and interesting experience! I love the idea of the Barefoot Trail!

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