Family fun in Highland Wildlife Park
Come along to Highland Wildlife Park on May 15 and try pond dipping!
We’ll be looking for some of the smaller, more elusive species that live alongside our tigers and polar bears. There are secrets to uncover under the water, and our team will be on hand to help you identify the hidden beasties you’ll discover. You’ll be able to spot more of our amazing animals during your day too.
So come and have a go and meet some of the wee creatures living among us!
|LOCATION||The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland’s Highland Wildlife Park
You’ll find this activity at the female polar bear walkway
|REQUIREMENTS||Please dress appropriately for the weather and wear sturdy shoes, no additional equipment is required|
|TOILETS||Accessible toilets can be found at the visitor centre|
|DOGS||Dogs, with the exception of registered assistance dogs, are not permitted onsite. This includes the car park.|
|DISABLED ACCESS||Disabled parking is available in our main car park by the visitor centre, approximately 300m from the activity. Pond dipping may be difficult for those with walking mobility issues due to obstacles on the path and unpaved and uneven ground. Observers are welcome from the walkway, where views over our drive-through reserve are great for bird watching! Accessible toilets can also be found at the visitor centre.|
|COST||Free with regular entry to Highland Wildlife Park|
|BOOKING INFO||No booking necessary|