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All reviews rainy day all ages indoor rides black forest great fun mountain coaster poor value young ones red card great place for kids free entry a lot of fun few hours toboggan animals attractions deer
We went because it was free entry with our Black Forest card and had an unexpectedly brilliant time.
Lots of animals to look at and you could feed the deer. Rides were quite tame but fun such as a gentle log flume type thing, mountain...More
A nice park. The park opens at 0900, but all the bahnen opens at 1000. We used this time to make a hike trew the park. Nice animals and you can see them very clear. The park has 6 different bahnen. Alpine coaster, 2x rodeln,...More
Had a nice few hours here. There is quite a lot of walking though. To her from the entrance to the rides in the same building you have to walk a long way round. There are some great rides and rollercoasters plus a good water...More
From the website, i thought it was just a small theme park to spend for 3-4 hours. Surprisingly, we spent 7 hours there.
We had 3 kids aged 5, 8 and 11. The elder ones liked the coaster, space runner, bobsled run and river splash...More
I had more fun than my kids in this not so big of an amusement park, partly because we visited on a weekday and it rained heavily half of the day so there was no lines. Little kids can have fun in a indoor playground,...More
My family (3) adults & (2) children age 10 & 7 had a wonderful day at this family amusement park. there were lots of rides inside and out as well as a water splash, a luge bobsled type run; a sommerrodelbahn (mountain coaster) etc. an...More
Very good value fun park, with some great rides in it. The toboggans aren't roller coasters, they are "sports equipment" ie at your own risk, at your own speed. However, they were fantastic fun- the queues were short (when we went, tail end of England...More