Pleasurewood Hills new ride for 2017 is now open! The new attraction uses the former Hobs Pit ride system, but offers guests a much more family-friendly experience.
Riders will use laser guns to help “Sam Hobs” to rid his mine of pesky critters. Riders compete against each other and can see their individual scores at the end of the ride. The ride is suitable for visitors of all ages. However, guests under 1.1m must be accompanied by an adult.
Check out our new “Rootin Tootin Target Trail” page for photos and info!
Pleasurewood Hills recently announced their intention to install a brand new all-year-round indoor play area at the park. This new attraction is expected to take over the former “Merry Mariner” restaurant building, which is now closed to the public.
Check back to Unoffical Pleasurewood soon for further details.
Pleasurewood Hills scare ride, Hobs Pit, has now closed to the public.
The unique attraction - a combination of walk through sections and a mine cart ride - opened back in 2013 to a flood of publicity locally and even appeared in the international press with the LA Times running a story about the attraction.
|Rootin Tootin Target Trail|
|High Dive Show|
|Current Park Map|
|Opening Times 2017|
|Ticket Prices 2017|
|From day one...|
|Do you remember?|
|Maps of the Past|
|Employee Diary 1983|
|Goodbye Hobs Pit|
|Leaflets & Brochures|
|Views from above|
|How things used to look|
|Meet the mascots|