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Flowpark Turku

Turku, Finland
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About Flowpark Turku
Flowpark is an ecological adventure park open from May to October. Adventure trails have been built on living trees without harming them. You may solve over 120 tasks even at a height of twenty meters. Tasks refer to ropeways, including swaying paths, liane jumps, swings, and zip lines. Flowpark has been meant for people of all ages, full of adventure spirit, from 120 cm height onwards – there is a challenge for any ordinary guy as well as for experienced 'wilderness foxes'! In the park, you also find four lower courses for children under 120 cm in height. You don't need to have any advanced skills for the Flowpark trails. You'll be instructed how to use the equipment and how to act on the trails before you are allowed to enter the actual trails. Every customer will complete a test trail, and after he or she has passed it, he or she is allowed to adventure independently on the trails. One proceeds on the trails continuously connected to a safety cable wire. Challenge yourself!
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Starcase wrote a review Jul 2018
6 contributions3 helpful votes
It's definitely a great experience for adults too. Two couples in the early 30's and we had lots of fun. It can be challenging at times but you don't have to go for the hard cores ones. There is a shopping centre nearby where you can find decent food for an acceptable price.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Jenni L wrote a review Jul 2017
Turku, Finland6 contributions2 helpful votes
I must say this is definitely not only for kids but for youngsters and adults as well. There are all different levels of tracks from super easy ones to ones that are almost impossible to pass - something for everybody. You can flowpark even if it would be raining, you just need proper weather proof clothing. Go and feel the flow!
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Samu K wrote a review Aug 2016
Turku, Finland67 contributions11 helpful votes
...for those black routes. I had been to Flowpark many many years ago. It had just opened and the park had a nice selection of routes to choose. A lot has changed since then. The number of routes has at least tripled if not more. Fun is the key ingredient in all the new routes. We only completed a few blue ones (one up from the beginner level) and a couple of reds (one up from the blue) but we had fun. The challenge is there if you want it but I like the fact that many routes end in a fun way so there is a kind of reward waiting for you, be it zipline glide or jumping into a huge net.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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Keith I wrote a review Jul 2016
3 contributions6 helpful votes
Signage to the park could be better - Park in the free multi-storey next to the shopping centre - it's very close to Flowpark entrance. Excellent friendly safety instructions in English and many routes to choose from for my 11 and 9 year olds. some were a real challenge, expecially a short section of four swinging barrels hung end-on by a single rope each which took quite a bit of physical effort for me but my son found it easier. The 'hardcore' black run looked impossible, really only suitable for very brave and strong contenders, but we did see two people complete it late in the day. It wasn't obvious how to call for help if you needed it. My daughter got a bit stuck and I couldn't see anyone to call for help. There were 'rescue' staff wandering around occasionally but perhaps they should hang whistles or something from the tree platforms for emergencies? That said, I only saw one person being rescued all day. The 'long drop' toilets were very smelly with flies bussing around but otherwise facilities were fine and the site never felt overcrowded (Thursday in July). We thought it was much better value for money than similar Go Ape in UK with more challenging routes and unlimited time on site. Would definitely recommend to others.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Triinu H wrote a review Jul 2016
Estonia21 contributions
Usually the parks are laid down on larger area but the courses are actually well laid and there are a lot of courses to do, plan at least 3 hours. You can go from course nr 2 to nr 10 and you dont get lost. Also there is a shopping center near by so you can go and shop at the same time when children are running around the park.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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