First impressions weren't great:
* There were empty cans of cokes in the car park opposite the park.
* The park was like a ghost town
* The first slide and the entrance had seen better days and the place looked depressing.
However, we jumped on the little train going round the park and things soon got better and better.
The park was huge, more people arrived and there was plenty to do for our 3 year old son and 5 year old daughter.
The staff were overall pretty friendly and made us feel welcome.
We didn't have any food but there was a smell of pancakes in the cafe which was tempting.
The toilets (contrary to what someone had said before) were spotless.
We realised that our 3 year old should not have been charged as he wasn't quite a metre tall so we went back to the till at the end of the day and we did get a refund.
It is a shame that we were not able to use the pedalos on the lake as, apparently they don't get used in February.
The only other problem is the price. In the winter, the park is only opened from 1.30pm/2pm until 6pm so the price should be less than the summer price which it is not.
Also, go karting should be included in the price and it is not.
That said, everyone had a really good day out and we feel anyone with young children should definitely try this place as it is one of the few places in Brittany that is opened outside of Easter and the Summer Holidays.
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