Here at Active Kids we are working hard to create an “exceptional” play facility for families to enjoy at any time of the year by re-developing our indoor spaces.
The plans to redevelop and expand the indoor areas will provide a welcome option for many families looking for indoor activities during the colder months.
The refurbishment programme includes a new indoor play area for children of all ages, a brand-new larger café, the introduction of two indoor party rooms, a new toy shop as well as an outdoor south facing terrace as part of the new café.
With a focus on supporting local businesses, Blairgowrie-based construction company, Algo, are carrying out the building work and Mill Architects from Edinburgh have developed the re-imagining of the indoor spaces.
Greenspan, a Southampton-based company that creates exceptional leisure and adventure spaces, have been commissioned to optimise the indoor play areas.
The project, which is already underway is set to be completed by the end of the year with the park fully re-opening in early 2023.
We are keen to reassure visitors that the adventure park is still open from 11am – 4pm daily, with all outdoor areas still accessible for children to explore. As well as the outdoor play areas, there is an array of farm animals for children to visit including goats, sheep, chickens and ponies.
The park is also still hosting children’s birthday parties and the our team have been “inundated” with bookings for outdoor parties this summer and are working hard to keep up with demand.
Rowland Thomson, Business Development Manager at Active Kids Adventure Park, is excited for families both locally and further afield to see and experience the refurbishments once they are completed. He said:
“Active Kids Adventure Park has always been a fantastic outdoor option for a family day out and we are thrilled to be re-developing the business to provide an exceptional indoor play facility for people to experience in Perthshire. While the work continues, our outdoor park is very much still open and we are looking forward to welcoming lots of visitors over the summer.”
A tuck shop is available within the admissions centre for visitors to pick up snacks and cold drinks. An Airstream catering facility is on-site serving up hot food and drinks while the new café is being worked on.