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Fun for the kids

The hundred metres above the falls is very shallow in July with only 30cm of water some 10metres... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Derbyshire, United Kingdom
1 out of 2

Waterfall Coo is situated in Coo a small village in the Belgian Ardennes. It is not as impressive... read more

Reviewed 31 May 2018
Leopoldsburg, Belgium
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3 weeks ago
“Fun for the kids”
May 31, 2018
“1 out of 2”
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The hundred metres above the falls is very shallow in July with only 30cm of water some 10metres across so is great for the kids to play safely.

Thank StanB1967
Reviewed 31 May 2018

Waterfall Coo is situated in Coo a small village in the Belgian Ardennes. It is not as impressive as other waterfalls trough out the world, there are defiantly higher and bigger ones and is not even the highest in the country but the biggest. To...More

Thank on4ajt
Reviewed 8 April 2018

Of course this waterfall is not Niagara Falls, but for Belgium this is qute impressive. The flow of water is pretty strong. There are stairs leading down, so you can stand almost under it. On a nice day you can see the constant rainbow. There's...More

Thank Dina Z
Reviewed 4 March 2018 via mobile

It was very quiet so we were the only people visiting. The waterfall was partially frozen which made it even more beautiful. I can imagine it will be quite busy in the summer. You can take the steps next to the waterfall which takes you...More

Thank Jeroen V
Reviewed 26 November 2017

It really is a nice view. Simply put, just stop and take a picture, enjoy the force of nature. It is a very small waterfall, yes, but it is a waterfall. A real Belgian one, and one to be proud of. So don't wait until...More

Thank frvanhecke
Reviewed 30 June 2016

The waterfalls are free to visit (although small charge for the parking) and are quite pretty. You can go down to the bottom via some steps. At the bottom is an amusement park - this was closed during the week. There are a couple of...More

1  Thank GGRC1987
Reviewed 8 March 2016 via mobile

I visited the Coo waterfalls on a rainy, cold day in March, so we did not have to look hard for a parking spot. But during high season I can imagine it's quite a challenge. There are only 2 small parking lots that do not...More

Thank Evy W
Reviewed 16 January 2016 via mobile

My children likes the park near the water fall, and my older son loves the kayak. Me and my hasband liked the calm atmospher. I recomanded the place for my family, and they had so much fun . We were coming from baumholder , Germany.

Thank Lamyaa A
Reviewed 29 December 2015

I don't understand why this spot is so popular. OK, there is a waterfall, but it is not that impressive, and the village is clearly geared towards tourism only. So forget about picturesque and genuine. There are a few places renting out kayaks, you can...More

Thank 153Bee
Reviewed 9 August 2015

It was beautiful to look at from a distance, but my most major gripe with it was the dirt along the wall that divided it from the theme park and the bar/cafe that was beside. It wasn't kept clean enough, and seeing as you have...More

1  Thank Rachael007
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