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About Robin Hill Country Park

Who is the park suitable for?

Robin Hill offers adventure, exploration and entertainment for the whole family! Younger visitors may enjoy some of the outdoor play areas and Cows Express, while older children will love Colossus, 4D Cinema, Jungle Heights and all the outdoor adventure opportunities. Parents and grandparents can enjoy the stunning parkland views and our daily falconry displays.

What is the link to Blackgang Chine?

Robin Hill is owned by Vectis Ventures Ltd, the same parent company that owns our sister park, Blackgang Chine. Blackgang Chine is the UK’s oldest theme park, situated on the south coast of the Isle of Wight.
Many of our guests decide to visit both parks during their time on the Isle of Wight and the most cost-effective way to do that is with a ‘Joint Park’ ticket that’s valid for entry to both Robin Hill and Blackgang Chine. These can be purchased via either park website.
Find out more about Blackgang Chine over on their website.

How do I contact you?

You can contact the Robin Hill team by emailing [email protected], calling 01983 527352 or dropping us a message on Facebook or Instagram. 
Our team will always so their best to get back to you within 48 hours.

Can I access WiFi within the park?

Absolutely! There is free guest WiFi available throughout the park, though given the nature of the park’s size and location, there are areas with a weak signal. If you’re looking for the strongest signal, we recommend heading to one of our food and drink outlets. 

Can I pay by card when I’m in the park?

We’re working hard to reduce the amount of cash that is handled on-site and therefore ask that all guests ensure they are able to make purchases with either card or contactless payments when visiting. 

When is the park open?

Robin Hill will be open for it’s main season on selected dates from Saturday 18th March – Sunday 30th October. Standard opening times are 10am – 4:30pm, with late opening until 5pm during most school holidays. The park will remain closed during September.
The park will be open on dates outside of the above for specific events such as Spirit of the Orient in February and POLAR in December. The park may also open later into the evening during school holidays for specific event entertainment.
To view the exact opening dates and times, please refer to the park opening calendar.

Can I bring a bike, scooter, skates etc?

To ensure the safety and comfort of all our guests, we do not allow bikes, scooters, skates, skateboards or any other large outdoor equipment into the park.
Many of the pathways throughout the park are steep and, in places, uneven, so we ask all guests to leave any outdoor equipment in their vehicle or at home. We do not have any space to look after equipment whilst you are inside the park.

Can I bring my dog?

Absolutely! We LOVE seeing dogs visit the park with their humans and our front of house team are always on-hand for cuddles! 
We simply ask that all guests keep their dogs on a short lead during their whole visit and clean up after them. Plenty of bins are provided throughout the park.
During certain events, there may be loud noises or special lighting effects that may not be suitable for all dogs. We advise checking the event-specific pages for full details and, if you’re in doubt, get in touch with us via [email protected] or 01983 527352.

Is smoking allowed in the park?

To make visits for all our guests as comfortable as possible, we’d love to keep Robin Hill as a smoke-free park and ask that guests refrain from smoking anywhere in the park other than the designated smoking areas.

How long should I expect a visit to last?

We do have guests who visit us and stay for a full day from 10am – 4:30pm/5pm, however, we advise that most visits will last approximately 5 hours. This gives plenty of time to explore the park’s outdoor areas, spend some time on the rides and playgrounds and grab something to eat from one of our food outlets. 
The time spent in the park may be longer during specific events.
You are welcome to leave the park and re-enter again on your booked date, providing you return before last admission which is 1 hour before the park closing time. 

Can we bring food and drink into the park?

Visitors are welcome to bring their own refreshments into the park and there are lots of areas available for picnics.
There is however, a great selection of food and drink outlets within the park that serve everything from ice creams, slushies and hot drinks to main meals, snacks and sweet treats. Find out more about the food and drink available in-park here.

Where can I buy food and drinks in the park?

Peacocks – the first outlet you’ll encounter when you enter the park, Peacocks serves a range of hot and cold drinks along with food you can grab on the go, including cookies, cakes, brownies, sausage rolls and sandwiched. Perfect for your exploration around the park!
Squirrels Café – situated at the top of the park, near the entrance, Squirrels Café offers delightful sandwich lunches, snacks and a whole range of hot and cold drinks.
Rio’s – adjacent to the Jungle Heights treetop net adventure, Rio’s serves a full range of hot and cold drinks with slushies and ice creams, as well as fresh doughnuts, churros and a selection of chocolates and sweet treats.
Oasis Café – overlooking the park’s Lower Valley, Oasis offers a deli menu with fresh sandwiches, ciabatta and jacket potatoes alongside a full range of hot and cold drinks.
Savanna Kitchen – found down in the African Adventure playground, as well as cold drinks, the Savanna Kitchen serves up BBQ style food including burgers and chicken. (This outlet is open during busy periods only, such as school holidays).
Africa Trailer – situated within the African Adventure playground, this trailer has a selection of hot and cold drinks alongside delicious ice creams.
The Ponds – overlooking the picturesque Woodland Ponds, this outlet has a delicious range of main meal options that change to match our event themes, alongside hot and cold drinks.
The Ponds is also home to the park’s licensed bar, offering a full selection of alcoholic beverages.
Find out more about the food and drink available in-park here.

What age can children visit the park on their own?

All guests must be at least 14yrs to enter the park unaccompanied by an adult during the daytime. This minimum age rises to 16yrs for entry after 5pm and may be higher for specific events. Please check event specific information for full details.
We reserve the right to refuse entry to anyone we do not believe to be old enough, so please bring some ID (passport, birth certificate).

Can I pay by card when I’m in the park?

We’re working hard to reduce the amount of cash that is handled on-site and therefore ask that all guests ensure they are able to make purchases with either card or contactless payments when visiting. 

There’s an issue with something I bought at the park, what do I do?

If you’ve purchased an item whilst in the park and have uncovered an issue or fault, please get in touch with us by emailing [email protected]. Please include the date of your visit, time of purchase if possible and as much detail as you can about the issue so our team can help find a resolution as quickly as possible.

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