Meet the Animals at Meadow Lakes | St Austell Holiday Park

Animals at Meadow Lakes

Pet’s Corner

Here at Meadow Lakes, our pets corner attracts guests of all ages with a variety of animals to see! Children and adults alike will love a chance to visit our friendly pets every day on the park. Aside from our patrons’ dogs you might see, our friendly animals include ponies, donkeys, goats guinea pigs and many birds!

The Marvelous Miniature Shetlands

Our miniature Shetland ponies, Alfie and Rufus are brothers and were born in 2010. They came to Meadow Lakes in April 2016, and like to go on walks around the park and get lots of attention during animal petting times. You may even see Rufus in his unicorn pink boots! Please only feed them at designated animal petting times as any extra food could make them very poorly.

The Darling Donkeys

Kingpin, our chocolate coloured donkey and Zentor, our dusty grey donkey, came to Meadow Lakes from a donkey sanctuary in 2001 at a young age. They are very friendly, laid back and love a bit of attention! They love nothing more than giving each other a scratch and playing in their sandpit. The donkeys have lived nearly their whole lives here on the park, and are now in their twenties. Please only feed them at designated animal petting times as they are on a special diet.

The Gorgeous Goats

Our resident goats are Charlie and Lola, who are twins and came to Meadow Lakes in 2014- they have been cheeky trouble makers ever since! They love to have attention from both guests and staff and sunbathe when they can, but can be found tucked up in their pens when itโ€™s a rainy day. They are very greedy so please only feed them at designated animal petting times.

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The Giddy Guinea Pigs

We have several female guinea pigs that all live together here at Meadow Lakes. They are very friendly, and love being fussed over by guests during animal petting times. They have lots of space to run around and play, and love nothing more than munching on some veg or hay!

Feathered Friends

Our resident geese Tucker and Tilda have a happy life here at Meadow Lakes after being rescued in July 2019. We also have several hens that can be found having a wonder around Meadow Lakes, keep an eye out and you may spot one!

Our hens live a happy life, roaming free range around the park. They have all been rescued at different stages from industrial battery farms (producing eggs).The chickens are a friendly bunch and love to explore, so please donโ€™t feed them or try to pick them up.