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Parc Indian Forest Morieux

71 Reviews
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Parc Indian Forest Morieux

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Charlotte C wrote a review Aug 2019
Cherry Burton, United Kingdom15 contributions3 helpful votes
We came with three teenagers. There is a great range of courses suitable for very young children (from 3) up to a very challenging black course. We spent fours hours but could have stayed longer. The setting is really picturesque and there is a.nive spot to have your picnic as well as a cafe. I highly recommend it!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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tomtomnor wrote a review Aug 2018
Trondheim, Norway308 contributions122 helpful votes
We really had great fun here. The staff (also speaks English) is very friendly and helpful. They have many different trails in all grades. Also a nice terrace were you can enjoy watching and eating ice-cream. We spent several hours here, really great fun!
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Date of experience: August 2018
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raeelliott wrote a review Sep 2017
Peterborough, United Kingdom16 contributions5 helpful votes
We arrived at the parc not long after it opened, which i recommend if you haven't booked. It was lovely and quiet, and they allowed us in without a booking. After lunch it started to get really busy with groups, so i suspect we wouldn't have been allowed in then. My 6 year old daughter went on the lower level (with adult supervision on the ground) and she loved it. My 10 year old thought he was Tarzan, embracing everything! The cafe was a bonus serving really good burgers etc. The setting was gorgeous too.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Caroline B wrote a review Aug 2017
West Sussex, United Kingdom68 contributions28 helpful votes
Visited for my niece's 4th birthday whilst on holiday. We were 4 adults, a 13 year old, a 10 year old, a 6 year old and the 4 year old and we all had a great time. There was something for all of us. We did the blue to start with, not realising it was the 2nd hardest and it was terrifying at times. My 10 year old managed it though. Then he and I did the red which was one level easier but I personally found this harder. You used a lot of upper body strength on this and by the time I got to the right rope/trapeze, I was exhausted and had to be talked through it. If you did this before the blue, it might be easier! We were there for over 3.5 hours and could easily have spent longer. I thought it was great value compared to the UK version - for 2 adults and the 2 older children, it was €67. The staff were very friendly and helpful, and some of them spoke English. Tip: If you're taking part, you can't take photos and you're not allowed to have anything in your pockets. Also, hair has to be tied up. Your arms will ache the next day unless you're used to doing this sort of thing (or are a child!). Would definitely recommend this place.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Charlotte S wrote a review Sep 2015
East Midlands, United Kingdom144 contributions42 helpful votes
Fantastic fun for all the family, parents sat with a picnic in the sun and watched us running around and flying through the air! 20year old and 10year old went on the activities and both thoroughly enjoyed it! Price was very reasonable, staff were a great help and the whole day was extreme fun! Would highly recommend and would go again!
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Date of experience: August 2015
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