Written on: 28/07/2011 by MrMysteryReviewer (3 reviews written)
I went to Craig Tara 2 Weeks ago after being there in the past. I thought that the park may have changed over that time but there was not much difference from the previous year.
We had to wait in a very large cue to get our keys,passes and a camp Map. We were in the cue for around 15 Mins but we got there in the end.Our caravan was in Stirling View and was very good quality considering it was a superior. There was only 4 off us and this was a 6 person caravan so it was very spacious.
At night time there was entertainment in the main complex. In the Mash And Barrel there was also live events but they were for over 18 only so many children were left on there own without there parents. In the Bonga Wonga I got the impression that it was more for the younger generation as it was very childish. We went into the newly refurbished Live Lounge where the entertainment suited some of the older people. There was a very good Take That tribute act on our first night.
During the day there are alot off different activities but most of them are outdoor. So if your going your going to need some nice dry weather. There is only a few indoor activities and the main one being the amusement arcade.(If your going in there you need to be rich).
A bad point about Craig Tara that you can hear all the children in the near caravans running up and down all day which can get very annoying if your trying to sleep later on in the night!!
I would say that my holiday at Craig Tara was a very average holiday but im going back on Friday with more of my family so I will have to see what happens.