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BarfussPark

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Dancing_Badger wrote a review Jun 2019
Bury, United Kingdom131 contributions81 helpful votes
I'm sure this is great for kids. We thought it would be a bit of fun. The idea is fine but the execution not so much. I found some of the surfaces (gravel, some strange paving with stones set in it, bark chippings) to be quite sharp underfoot and not pleasant to walk on. And the large clumps of stinging nettles were a hazard to someone in shorts with bare feet - especially the big clump right by the bridge by which you enter/exit the trail. I didn't enjoy my visit at all, seemed like a good way to spoil a nice walk. In fairness the many children I saw seemed to be enjoying themselves and it IS free - I guess I'm just not the target audience, but I can only review as myself. If you're a grumpy old man like me who dislikes minor abrasions and discomfort then don't bother. If you've got young children then bring them along, they'll probably love it.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Lethal D wrote a review May 2017
19 contributions2 helpful votes
Reminds me of the fairytales from Brothers Grimm. Definitely worth seeing for any nature lover. We marvelled at the craftsmanship of wooden binoculars available to visitors, the wooden step ladder and some of the bird houses within the forest walk.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Kristin from Swiss Family Travel wrote a review Dec 2016
Switzerland122 contributions51 helpful votes
We enjoyed this - family of 5 - the biggest highlight being the trampoline at the beginning, the cold water and then the mud! Was busy when we arrived but people spread out quickly so no one bothered us.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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MashamMum wrote a review Sep 2016
Manchester28 contributions14 helpful votes
I had high hopes for a lovely sensory walk with the family, and it starts really well with great installations, trampoline, water features and more. The rest of the walk is a bit boring and repetitive (nice little walk and scenery, the surfaces are repetitive) and most of them genuinely hurt our feet! Whilst I love a bargain and it's fab that it's free, I'd rather pay an entry fee and have them invest the money in more obstacles and less glass/gravel.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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Switzerland03 wrote a review Aug 2016
Cavite Province, Philippines50 contributions24 helpful votes
We went here with another couple and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves, being kids at heart! There were many surfaces to walk on barefoot (sawdust, chips moss, straw, polished bits of glass, and yes even mud) and the atmosphere was so relaxing and therapeutic throughout. Everything is rustic, quaint and thoroughly enjoyable. The path is well maintained, and there is a beautiful spot to even have a cookout or picnic, which we did. We highly recommend this wonderful, scenic area. There are free lockers in which to leave your shoes if you wish, and here is free parking available a short walk away. There is a short trail and a long trail. We took the long trail which took about an hour. Have fun!
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Date of experience: July 2016
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