Forest Parc

Forest Parc, Bagard: Hours, Address, Forest Parc Reviews: 4.5/5

Forest Parc
4.5
1:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday
1:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Thursday
1:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Friday
1:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Saturday
1:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Sunday
1:30 PM - 6:30 PM
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4.5
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Abi K
Pedreguer, Spain5 contributions
Awesome day out!
Aug 2019 • Family
We had a great day out at Forest Parc! Our 6 y/o loved the courses and was tall enough to go on most of them so he was very excited. Adults can go along the courses with the children and really the courses are just as thrilling for the adults! :D
For me and our 2y/o there was a children's area with bouncing castle/trampoline and climbing nets through the trees so she was very happy and it was a lot of fun watching her and seeing how proud she was of herself.
We highly recommend this Parc and the lovely staff and owner who were very informative and friendly! 5 stars!
Written August 12, 2019
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PogoMcK
Edinburgh, UK17 contributions
An afternoon in the trees
Jul 2019 • Family
We chose the red option and after an initial safety and instruction briefing from a helpful instructor we were free to complete 7 of the 8 routes. A good variety of courses--some obstacles which we had not seen before. Children were entertained and although it was 33°C, the canopy provided welcome shade from the heat of the sun. Great course, friendly staff-- definitely worth a visit if you like a good view and some activity.
Written July 11, 2019
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moon42
london13 contributions
great fun
Jul 2017 • Family
this was our third time here.
we love zipping from tree to tree. fantastic adrenaline rush when you're walking across tightropes 10/15 mitres up.
the staff are really friendly and helpful
Written July 27, 2017
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Fastvelz
6 contributions
Awesome time
Aug 2016 • Family
Forest Parc is a great place for several hours of fun being suspended between tree tops. The staff is enthusiastic, helpful and speak English and Dutch (helpful if your French is not quite up to scratch..) The course is well built, with 7 main routes, a hardcore "parcour noir", a great jump and several routes for younger participants. There are various ticket options available to match your interest/ability.

I was very impressed with the fool-proof safety device that you clip onto the cables: Full confidence to let my children go off to explore on their own. This was the best activity of our holiday - so much so that we did it twice
Written August 31, 2016
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Richard M
Maisons-Laffitte, France25 contributions
Great afternoon out
Aug 2016 • Family
We had a brilliant time here with our 2 children. A couple of hours in the shady trees doing all manner of aerial exploits in a very safe environment. Highly recommended family visit.
Written August 1, 2016
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MaibritDirdal
Hinnerup, Denmark6 contributions
Awsome Day!
Jul 2016 • Family
We spend 3 hours climping trees and had a great time! We have to active boys - 11 and 15 year ord - and the were super exited 😀 the staff was very helpful and spoke English. Highly recommended!!!
Written July 27, 2016
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Eric L
Edinburgh, UK31 contributions
Unintended Visit
Jul 2016 • Family
This was not the high ropes business we had intended to go to but were highly impressed.

There are various courses and our teenagers tried them all including the parc course noire. Their verdict was this was as good as the one we went to last year. It wasn't too busy and was value for money. There is a good shaded area with seats for those not going up within the trees.
Written July 15, 2016
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MmeLJ
Ales, France15 contributions
Génial
Jun 2016 • Family
Un accueil chaleureux et aimable. il y avait de très bons parcours et les explications du début étaient très bien. Malgré le temps, on s'est bien amusé. Les parcours sont convenables pour tous les âges.
Can't say enough good things about the place, came today with 4 girls age 7-15 they all thouroughly enjoyed themselves, the staff were fantastic and really kind, will be back soon.
Written June 1, 2016
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ruthrees
Ireland124 contributions
Fantastic fun, fantastic staff!
Aug 2015 • Family
My two daughters just loved this place, they had been asking to do something like this for a long time and at 15 euro each this represents really good value! The instructor was great, really good humoured, calm and patient (thank you Miko from the Irish family!), we arrived quite early in the morning so there was just one other family doing the same parcours. As I said, it is excellent value for money - we were there for just over 3 hours, and the instructor was there when the girls needed him but otherwise let them get on with it themselves. I was particularly pleased that my eldest daughter finally overcame her fear of zipwires and was happily zooming along them. All in all a wonderful attraction, I am sure we will be back!
Written August 13, 2015
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Eurotraveler20321
Vezenobres, France9 contributions
Be sure to ask if all the parcours are open!!
Jun 2015 • Family
This is the second time that we visited this site, and our last. First, the reason that we went was for my kids (14 years old) to do the Parcour Noir. It is the only challenging parcour and they really wanted to do it. So we paid our 40 euros (20 each kid) and they did the first parcour. We were told that you can pay for the advanced courses at the top of the hill if you still want to do it. When they got to the Noir, the only one they wanted to do, we were told that it was closed for repair. Now, we are not idiots, and it was obvious that it was in use by a private party. My kids were extremely disappointed. I spoke to the manager and said that if he had told us in advance that the Black Parcours was closed for a private party, we would have come back another day. His response was that, well, you did not pay for it, so what is your problem. Very poor customer service. On a second note: They have upgraded their climbing latch things, which are for security. I am 100% behind security. They are designed so that you have to at all times have at least one latch attached to the security wire. The problem is that this appears to be a new technology and it can be very difficult to either latch or unlatch the latches, which in my opinion actually makes the place more dangerous, not less dangerous. My kids spent more time latching and unlatching the clamps, especially climbing up ladders, than they did actually on the course itself. At one point, my daughters latch was stuck and it took her almost 10 minutes to get herself hooked up properly. And again, I get it, it is for security. But they just do not work that well. The ones the prior year worked much better than these - but I do see that you did not have to be attached all the time, even though you are very clearly told to be attached at all times. Again, I spoke to the manager, and he just told me that it was for security. He also said that now all the parks were going to have these. When I pushed him on this, he said that maybe within 3 years all the parks would have it. He also told me that everyone else is very happy with the new system and find it easy (really??). My suggestion is to skip Forst Parc and try one of the other parks where they are a little more sympa. But if you do go here, check you really know how the latches work and ask if the Black Parcour is open before you pay and get up to the top of the hill.
Written July 1, 2015
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