Aventure Parc



Aventure Parc

Aventure Parc (English: Adventure Park) is a family-friendly outdoor park with rope course circuits through the trees, zip lines, forest jumps & a kids’ play area (for 4 year olds). 17 courses are designed for different age groups and skill levels from 5 year old to 100+. Aventure Parc also features several jumps into nets such as forest jump, space jump and jungle jump – as well as bungee jumps. The three adult courses become progressively more challenging (in strength and skill level). While the size of the park makes it possible for everyone to move freely around, the park is only accessible to a limited number of participants a day so it’s always recommended to make a reservation in advance.

    • This place is good for

    • Little kids
    • Grade schoolers
    • Tweens
    • Teens
    • Everyone
    • Children with
      special needs
    • Recommended length

    • Up to 1 hour
    • 1-3 hours
    • Half a day
    • Full day
    • A day is not enough
    • Price

    • Free
    • $
    • $$
    • $$$

      Features confirmed by parents

      • Parking on-site
      • English available
      • Kid's party facilities
      • Lockers
      • Restaurant or food for purchase
      • Restrooms

Reviews (1)

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    Kid Friendly Place for Hanging Out in the Trees

    Reviewed 08 August 2016

    Arrived around 1400 and stayed until about 1800 with my two kids and their nanny. My 8 year old easily navigated the White, Yellow, and Green courses, while my 5 year old had a challenging time with the white course. I think the age on those courses is borderline 5-years old as I am not sure that every 5 year old could handle it. The same with the zip lines, which are rated for 5 years old. Without an adult on either side of a young child, they easily could have get stuck up top. My 8 year old did the zip lines on his own, no issues. While there were plenty of monitors on the ground, they weren't exactly the most responsive folks in the world. But, hey, this is Europe and in that context they at least were nice. The park provides heavy jumpsuits for navigating the course, so in the summer it can get hot in those. I recommend wearing some light gym clothes underneath. The highlight for my 5 year old was the net play area above everything in the trees. No harness was required and with the net under his feet, he passed a good two hours up there without boredom. So, while the adults do the harder courses, the little ones can play up there. Overall great experience.This is a personal opinion of a KiddieMundo user.

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    Practical info

    Rue Sainte-Anne 152
    1300 Wavre, Belgium
    +32 (0)10 22 33 87


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