Fun for very small kids. Adults have to pay 10€ for the park but there is nothing to do. Trails have to be payed saperatly. Trails are oké for kids >12. Our daughter was taken of because she was to "light" for the dead ride....More
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We have a three year old girl and 6 year old boy who has significant problems with autism. We travelled over an hour to get to activo park and we were really impressed from start to finish. The park was easy to get to. There...More
We have been disappointed by the structure that is definately built to attract groups from big cities specially very young kids . The structure offers many little attractions for kids and obviously a skilled climbing teenager will not really appreciate. Will not go back.
We spent the day at activo park with four children ages 3, 7, 10, 12. There was something for everyone. Climbing trails for the older 3 with harnesses and pulleys and a smaller version for the 3 year old. Tube ride, mini golf, ziplines, carting....More
Disappointing to drive over an hour and be turned away because we had kids, and they didn't allow kids in that day. Can only suggest that it would be helpful if they posted days kids were not allowed in on their website. Call ahead before...More
We have between staying in a villa in the area and wanted a break from touring small towns for the kids. This place was great. Is very modest and somewhat basic by US standards but the kids had a great time. The ropes course was...More
A great place for kids in a really picturesque position. All kids will love it. We stayed there for picnic too.
Many great activities, Angela and the others are most friendly and extra helpful, worthwhile trip with kids with a variety of activities for a full day. It's GREAT!
We were there when it was supposed to be closed. The staff were really nice and let us in. The kids aged 3 And 4 had a blast and refused to leave even after six hours!
Where do I start? The staff did not speak any English, the girl at reception was even annoyed for not understanding her, it felt like Allo Allo where she kept talking louder in Italian in case that would make it more understandable. The park boasts...More