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Marisol wrote a review Aug 2020
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We had an amazing time! Our kids (8 & 10) LOVED IT. My wife (40) went together with the kids to P2, 3 & 4 and had. great time. We went around noon and there was not that many people which made the experience even better. After finishing the kids still wanted to do 5, 6 & 7. We were there almost 5hrs and enjoying it a lot. Over there you can buy drinks and icecream @good prices. We recommend this place A LOT!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Response from VerticaleP, Gérant at Indy Parc
Responded Aug 30, 2020
Dear Mitotol, Thank You so much for this gorgious comment. Hope to see you back soon. Best Regards. The Indy Parc Team
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mrswhite3112 wrote a review Aug 2018
Saffron Walden, United Kingdom53 contributions1 helpful vote
We came for the music trail which was excellent, really good fun. My daughter is three and we were all able to do the both levels of the musique trail together and we all really enjoyed it, I particularly liked the wide range of equipment that had been used to make instruments (marbles, drain pipes etc) as it was so creative. After the music trail we enjoyed the zip wires and play areas that were included with our entrance fee. A really great afternoon, would definitely recommend.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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kriskasper wrote a review Sep 2017
London, United Kingdom215 contributions70 helpful votes
I make it a point to go to these rope parks when in France as I find them better and cheaper than in the UK. Indy Park was no exception - 7 separate courses, 1 to 4 being the easier stuff more like Go Ape, 5 & 6 the harder stuff, and 7 full of zip wires, up to 250m long. We arrived after 11 on a hot mid week day and did 1, 3 and 4 (2 was busy), by which point the kids were flagging, and I was feeling under challenged. I decided to do 7 before breaking for lunch, as this should have been a fun zip wire fest - Kids enjoyed it. It felt very safe, but it was fairly shallow and so the speed was limited. Still good fun, but after about a dozen different zip wires, I had my fill of them. The site only has a pod based coffee machine (no milk) and a freezer with ice creams. Fortunately we brought a cool box with us with lunch, and the coffee and ice creams rounded this off nicely. Alternatively, there is a restaurant further up the road, but that would require removing the harnesses and probably driving up. After lunch we tackled 5&6 - these were great, and started to challenge. On 6 there is the Tarzan swing which is great fun, but does require upper body strength. In the end we left after 5, so spent quite a while there. I have to say that the last ropes course in Les Mathes near La Rochelle did have harder courses available, but this one was still challenging. Apart from these, there is the 'musiciens in the woods' course, which is high in the trees but fully enclosed (nets) so no need for a harness and young kids can do it. One of the interesting aspects of this was the descent on to a 100m2 netted area. However, due to the delicate musical instruments around he course, children ad to be accompanied by an adult - this course incurs a separate payment, and seems more suited for younger children, so it seems odd that it forces adults to pay to go on.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Imar S wrote a review Aug 2017
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Great place, lots of different courses at different skill levels for everyone. The friendly staff explained everything well and were flexible when it came to switching between two courses. Highly recommended! The "Bois des Musiciens" (the Musicians wood) is great (and safe) for little kids, although some of the instruments are a little worn.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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PudseySquirrel wrote a review Oct 2016
Pudsey, United Kingdom7 contributions2 helpful votes
We turned up in mid June 2016 with our 4 year old boy to find the place deserted apart from some guys with carabiners and drills who were very busy repairing the site. One of them turned out to be the owner/designer who happily allowed us to use the low-level site (including the Bois de Musiciens). This suited us perfectly as our boy would have not been able to get as much enjoyment out of a busy place anyway. The owner later explained to us he had been a disillusioned teacher who wanted to develop some practical outdoor activities that children would enjoy and learn from - and he certainly has! The 'Parcours Nature' was a simple nature trail re-invented with little activities, stories, carvings, obstacles and information boards. There was a obstacle course specifically for younger children, and the Bois de Musiciens was totally accessible by him (and his peril-averse mother) - being thick rope netting walkways throughout. Every little treehouse has a different form of musical instrument within to explore. We spent all day there including the 300yd zipwire ropes which made him squeal with delight. An absolute highlight - we can't wait to return and see what it is like when being enjoyed by more people.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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