Great day out
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair
All areas accessible with a wheelchair. My son who is disabled was made to feel incredibly welcome. Wheelchair users get into the park for free, and there is a queue assist pass available for those who have difficulty queuing. The rides for young children in Peppa Pig world are big enough for adults to go on too. We have visited other parks where small children have to go on small rides by themselves which isn't ideal for my son as he lacks coordination and is partially sighted. At Paulton's Park he could go on all the rides that he wanted to as we could go on with him.
Transport & Parking
Plenty of parking for blue badge holders right next to the park entrance.
Wide flat paths everywhere. All the rides that we went on (mostly in Peppa Pig world) had access via ramps. One of the members of staff that we spoke to used sign language (Makaton) with my son which was fantastic.
Lots of space in the toilets for changing, and there is a changing room available with a hoist near the main entrance.
Staff were incredibly helpful and friendly.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
Paulton's Park is the most disabled-friendly theme park I have visited. My son had such a great time there that we bought an annual pass!