ood news for parents whose kids have more than a little pent-up energy to burn right now.
The mighty Squirrel’s Scramble – situated in deepest, darkest Killruddery – is once again unleashing its own particular brand of outdoor fun and vertigo games.
Which means that by late July, your kid might actually be tired once again.
Here’s Anthea from Squirrel’s Scramble with the lowdown…
Great news!! We’re open once again, weekends and holidays and a new addition to our hours, to cater for after school hijinks, from 2.30pm Mondays to Fridays. Single entry is €18, family €16.50 and group €16 – but, as usual, if you have a group of 12 or more, you can book in everyday from 10am until 6pm.
Covid safety measures are fully in place which worked very successfully last year. We have hand sanitizer stations all around the park. We ask that customers wear masks when at check-in and getting their harnesses on. Staff will also be wearing masks and going through the regular Covid checks before coming to work.
We are limiting our time slots to 15 guests only to maintain social distancing. No cash transactions on site; all bookings to be made online. To see our full Covid-19 safety guidelines and to book please go to our website here.
Our sought after ProActive Kids summer camps sold out like hot potatoes again this year and our waiting lists are chocka block. But if the government restrictions change in the summer to allow groups larger than 15 to meet outdoors, than we will be able to fit in more kids. If you would like to get notified when we know more, please sign up to our mailing list or follow us on Facebook or Instagram.
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