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Speelpark Klein Zwitserland

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Speelpark Klein Zwitserland

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RegJoeken wrote a review Aug 2019
Ubach-Palenberg, Germany185 contributions41 helpful votes
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I will start off by saying - I've read the other reviews of this place and was not 100% sure about it. We found a coupon online and it didn't seem like a long ride, so we decided to go anyway. I agree with what other people say about the way the place looks. It might need a few touches here and there, perhaps a little bit of paint re-touch. Some of the sections aren't as active as they may have been when the place opened. However, my kids could not have been happier. They had so much fun there. They would not let us leave until they tried every single slide, swing and carousel. My older son wore his swim trunks and got into the water at the water play area. Kids don't care about how it looks, and that is perhaps the magic in this place. For the grown ups it might not look like much, but for children it is a whole world to discover. You walk through the forest and around every corner there's another play area, new thing to try. It's like an adventure :) The mini-golf part is cute also, with western motives and country music. My son wanted to go back to the beginning and do it again. Food-wise it is typical Dutch - fries, hamburger, nuggets and so on... Not the healthiest but again - kids like it. The bathrooms were clean, the staff was very friendly and spoke multiple languages (Dutch, English, German) and the parking is free. All in all I would say if you come with your kids and your goal is that your kids will have fun - this place does it. The price is reasonable and you can really spend hours there. It is important to remember what you see isn't what they see. That's all.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Frank v wrote a review Oct 2018
Essen, Germany1,972 contributions92 helpful votes
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We where here with the kids of my wife and half of the park was closed and the playground what was open needs an update. In the restaurant area they have no idea what they are doing even the French fries we ordered where cold. The only thing they did well was the Halloween decorations.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Needholidays wrote a review Nov 2017
Needholidays37 contributions12 helpful votes
We visited this park with our 4 year old son. I will start off by saying that he did enjoy himself, but I find the price (almost 30 Euros for 2 adults and a toddler) rather steep for a playground that can definitely use some maintenance. There is enough for the children to play with (slides, water, slings, etc), but it all looks outdated, like going back to a playground from the 70's that did not receive any maintenance since that time. A little paint could already do miracles! We were lucky that it was sunny and even though we did not bring any swimwear, my sun enjoyed the pool in his underwear :) There is a big parking lot close by. Bathrooms were very dirty (!) All in all we most probably won't go back to Klein Zwitserland as it's too expensive for what they have to offer.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Sarah J wrote a review Mar 2017
Warrington, United Kingdom180 contributions56 helpful votes
Our 2 year old had plenty to do. Wish we had left more time to visit. The park was mostly empty so had her run of the place. Not sure what it would be like on a sunny day in the peak season. Make sure to visit on a dry day or you will be getting very wet.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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michaelg999969 wrote a review Aug 2016
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania127 contributions76 helpful votes
We went on a hot day in August. The park is very well shaded in the woods so it was nice and cool. There are several separate areas for the kids to play and a large pool. They also have a mini-golf course. All of the prices were very reasonable.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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