Plans for an exciting and imaginative multi-million pound development of quality treehouses and lodges at award-winning Island attraction, Robin Hill Country Park, have been unveiled by the owners, Vectis Ventures Limited.
As visitors enjoyed the last summer evening of entertainment at Robin Hill Country Park yesterday, they were treated to a very unexpected but happy event as Phillip de Beer made a surprise wedding proposal to his girlfriend, Abi Loman, in the serene setting of the Woodland Ponds.
Following the success of last year’s event, this October, Robin Hill’s electric woods’ once again presents the Festival of Light, a stunning spectacle of creatively themed light, colour, sound, and entertainment inspired by the Hindu Festival of Diwali where ‘light triumphs over darkness’.
This summer, visitors to the park have a chance to witness a UK first! Every Tuesday and Thursday evening in the Summer Holidays, Falconer Steve Hain and his Hawk will be providing the audience with a real birds-eye view through the use of a falconry headcam. See yourself on screen, exactly as the Hawk will see you!
Robin Hill’s cheeky squawk birds, Bonita & Diaz, will be up to their usual mischief and mayhem this May half term as they host the new ‘Squawks Splash Attack’ water activities.
Whether you want to be a cowboy, pirate, fairy princess or adventurer for the day, you will certainly be given the VIP treatment if you hold your birthday party at one of our parks: Robin Hill or Blackgang Chine. Guests are invited to arrive at 10am to make the most of exploring what the park has to offer for a full day’s fun and entertainment, including special birthday activities and a yummy lunch too!
There’s fun for all the family this Easter weekend at Robin Hill starting on Saturday 4th April with Squawks on the Skywalk and then on Easter Sunday & Monday, don’t miss our famous Mad Easter Egg Dash!
A stunning spectacle of Oriental themed light, sound and entertainment will mark the coming of the Chinese New Year at Robin Hill’s ‘electric woods’ during February half term (2015). From Saturday 14th February until Sunday 22nd, visitors can experience the park’s mystical woodland illuminated with a far eastern twist to capture the spirit of one of the world’s most popular celebrations.
The 2015 Frequent Visitor tickets for Robin Hill Adventure Park & Gardens (including 'electric woods') and Blackgang Chine are now available and provide unlimited admission to the parks throughout the season, starting Saturday 21st March until Sunday 1st November 2015, during standard opening times