This adventure park costs just £12 for the whole family - and it's less than an hour's drive from Bristol

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The impossible has happened and the sun has come out for a bank holiday weekend. And if you're scrambling around for some last minute plans on a budget and you don’t mind a little drive to get there, you might want to consider a trip to The Cotswold Country Park and Beach.

For just £12, a family of five can enjoy a day out at the park, which includes entrance to a beach, a huge children’s play area and parking.

The park re-opened with its spring hours last week and along with its star attraction – a huge inflatable obstacle course.

The extra water activities will cost an extra £15, but it looks like so much.

Cotswold Country Park and Beach

The beach has 100 tons of fresh sand - perfect for little ones with their buckets and spades.

The park also has a new cafe and a speciality ice cream parlour plus Stand Up Paddleboarding including single, double and family boards.

The park lies to the west of the A419 between Swindon and Cirencester. It takes around 50 minutes to drive there from Bristol.

Pricing is based on vehicle not the number of people and a car holding up to six people will pay £16 from July when it's peak season.

The park reopened with its spring hours on March 24.

Cotswold Water Park
Cotswold Water Park

How much does it cost?

Motorbikes (up to 2) £5. Car (up to 5 persons) £12. MPV’s (6 - 8 persons) £16. Minibus £30. Adult Pedestrian £4. Child Pedestrian £2. Under 3s free

Peak Season Park Admission Charges (22 July – 3 September):-

Motorbikes £6. Car £16. MPV’s £20. Minibus £40. Pedestrian Adult £6. Pedestrian Child £3. Under 3s free.

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