Make the Most of Dorset Mud Trail by Liz Turner |

Where did 2018 go? It only seems like yesterday that we were enjoying one of the hottest summers for years and now we are into Autumn! Don’t  despair though, the weather might have changed but there is still time for fun at Dorset Mud Trail - the only place that’s even better when it rains!  

Even more fun in the rain

Dorset Mud Trail is probably the only place that is actually even more fun in the rain! Always very muddy (even when the sun is shining) Dorset Mud Trail is even muddy - if you can believe that is possible - in the rain. So if you’re looking for weekend activities in Dorset for children and the weather is a bit damp you know where to come!  

Amazing for children of all ages!

As long as you can run around and take part then you’re welcome at Dorset Mud Trail! Open to ages below six (and over sixty!); it is only £5 for those aged under six, £7 for people aged 7 -15 and for everyone aged over 16. What is even better is that spectators get in for free!  

Over thirty fantastic obstacles!

Set in the grounds of Dorset Waterpark, Dorset Mud Trail is one of the best active family adventures in Dorset. There are over 30 obstacles, including cargo nets, monkey rings,  cargo nets and the Dome to tackle! One thing is sure though, no matter if your an obstacle conquering ace or not you’re sure to get muddy...really...really...muddy!

Great facilities

Dorset Mud Trail has lockers and changing rooms and ‘beach-style’ showers for washing the mud off. We do recommend though that you bring clothes that you don’t mind throwing away and a plastic bag to put them in - you don’t want your car getting muddy!  

Refuel at our Snack Shack!

After a busy two hours on the trail you’re bound to be hungry! That’s where our fantastic Snack Shack comes in! Serving hot food and hot and cold drinks our Snack Shack is the perfect place to refuel once you’ve washed off the mud. Alternatively, if you want to bring your own food then you are welcome to enjoy it in our beautiful picnic area which has views over Corfe Castle.