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Jack B wrote a review May 2020
8 contributions2 helpful votes
We were in Italy on our annual holiday and we decided to visit this park for mini golf and the other attractions. It was very overpriced and seemed like a tourist trap. You have to pay 10 euros per person and extra for all the trails and zip lines. The toilets were disgustingly dirty and old-fashioned. The tube ride looked like it was breaking and the trampolines were ok. Only positive was nice staff!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Jeroen Vandenbussche wrote a review Aug 2019
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Fun for very small kids. Adults have to pay 10€ for the park but there is nothing to do. Trails have to be payed saperatly. Trails are oké for kids >12. Our daughter was taken of because she was to "light" for the dead ride. Asking full price was not a problem.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Mr W wrote a review Jul 2018
19 contributions7 helpful votes
We have a three year old girl and 6 year old boy who has significant problems with autism. We travelled over an hour to get to activo park and we were really impressed from start to finish. The park was easy to get to. There was a great welcome and English was spoken well. Our two children LOVED their day. There was so much on offer from climbing walls at different levels, trampolines, children’s archery, toboggan type rides, mini golf, zip lines and lots more. We were worried about our children being too young but it was cleverly geared to different levels with a section of the park for older children with high guided rope lines and lots more.. the section for our younger children was full of activities and we could pay for just that section. The park is in forest setting so has good shelter from the sun .. there is good food facilities as well although we brought a picnic and had that in one of the picnic areas.. one good tip is that the setting itself is quite amazing with towering mountains above and the most beautiful village a very short walk from activo park complete with lake, river, medieval centre and good eating opportunities.. there is also rafting there .. overall we had two very happy children and of course parents! Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Paolo P wrote a review Jul 2017
76 contributions15 helpful votes
We have been disappointed by the structure that is definately built to attract groups from big cities specially very young kids . The structure offers many little attractions for kids and obviously a skilled climbing teenager will not really appreciate. Will not go back.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Rachel G wrote a review Aug 2016
Israel13 contributions11 helpful votes
We spent the day at activo park with four children ages 3, 7, 10, 12. There was something for everyone. Climbing trails for the older 3 with harnesses and pulleys and a smaller version for the 3 year old. Tube ride, mini golf, ziplines, carting. We spent over 5 hours there. Lovely shaded areas for picnics. Staff was friendly and helped us in English, even giving us a group discount because we were a family of six.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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