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corralejo clubs kids

Kids Clubs in Corralejo
Hello All,

Does anyone know if there are any kids activity clubs that operate in Corralejo that aren't part of an all-inclusive hotel? 

If not, are non-residents allowed to enter an AI hotel and pay to join in the activities? 

Many thanks

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Welcome to the forum Stuart.

Not sure about the kids joining the hotel clubs but there's plenty to entertain them in and around Corralejo. You didn't mention how old your kids are so just from top of my head:

At El Campanario shopping centre,

Centro Comercial El Campanario, Corralejo, Spain

... there's an upstairs kids club with inflatables, ball pond.

Just a few minutes walk is Parque Botánico de Corralejo

Parque Botánico de Corralejo, Calle Lanzarote, Corralejo, Spain

... botanical gardens with picnic area at the top, next to it is skate park and play area for kids.

The kids will be able to spend the whole day. Also Baku Golf Fantasia right next to it.

... trampolines, crazy golf etc.

There's many more things to do with the kids all around the clock, don't forget the town beach and all the sand to build whatever they decide, feeding squirrels (behind Mercadona), always something on in the harbour, a day trip to the Zoo, etc.

I'm sure you all will enjoy the time in Corralejo.
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Thank you very much for this information, Sam. Our daughter is 6 and so many of these suggestions will be perfect for her. 

We are going to go on a day trip to the Zoo and will look at some other suitable activities when we arrive. As you say, a bucket and spade will probably keep her happy most of the time! 

Thanks again

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Don't forget the water park, they have special slides for young kids.
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I popped in to see a friend today who does the animation for the Bristol Hotel in Corralejo. She said it is strictly hotel guests only at all complexes due to insurance issues etc. Even then the parents have to sign paperwork and agree to stay on the complex themselves whilst the kids are in the club.

Another possibility would be to take a boat trip to the island of Lobos, view the fish through the glass bottom (if you're on the right boat!), have a wander around and a swim/paddle on one of the most gorgeous beaches. The visits to the island are half days and need to be booked a day or two in advance at one of the sales kiosks in the harbour area or other excursion sales outlets (see What's On link below) (you'll need your passports with you to book and for when you travel as your passport number is used to reserve a ticket for admission to the island). Take drinks and snacks with you, sensible footwear (not flipflops), sun lotion, hats etc. Stale bread for fish feeding. No shops on the island. There is a basic restaurant with a very nice but limited menu, mainly local fish, I seem to remember it needs to be booked in advance but I don't know how you would go about that!

Have a look at the excursions available as they may be other things that appeal more; buggy ride, camel ride at the Dunes beach for example.
This online mag is a good source of info and Maitland can sort out bookings/trips for you. (He's all online now, his shop in Hoplaco Gardens is no longer.)

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Thank you very much Can The Man and Tamara.

I have had a look at the water park and it looks great, plenty for her to do and also some slides for the big kid in the family....

I can understand why the hotel kids clubs don't allow non-residents, thanks for letting me know.

A trip to Lobos is now on the list of things to do and we will have a look at the link you have kindly provided. I don't think we will be struggling for things to do!

Thanks again for your help and advice. 10 days to go until we arrive, can't wait.

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Have a great holiday Stuart 😎😎😎
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