GreenWood

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Voted Best Family Attraction in North Wales for seven years running, days out don’t get much better than this! GreenWood  is set in 27 magical acres, and it’s easy to see why it’s a full day out - discovering woodland adventure, awesome attractions and forest family fun.
Make a splash on the UK’s only solar powered water ride, Jump aboard the world’s first people powered roller coaster or zoom down the longest sledge run in Wales! Children will love discovering the super bouncy Giant Jumper, exploring the turrets of TreeTop Towers, taking their shoes and socks off for the BareFoot Trail or aiming for gold at Archery.
We have those rainy days covered too! The Enchanted WoodBarn is full of the latest indoor play with a separate area for the under 3s.
Prepare to be dazzled in the Forest Theatre where during the school holidays you will find our fabulous entertainers, including: Smarty Marty the Clown, Harley’s Showtime and Erwyd the Jester- they just can’t wait to make you laugh. Get creative in the craft area where you can see local crafts people and make something unique to take home with you!
Smaller tots will also find a fun-filled adventure in the Little Forest PlayBarn, Toddlers Village, Tunnel Warren and the Little Green Run.
With so much to do on a day out, you’ll need a break! In the GreenOak Café, choose from delicious hot and cold meals, as well as a great selection of Fairtrade and locally sourced products. Or during school holidays, grab a bite from one of four great snack bars.
Visit www.greenwoodforestpark.co.uk for full details or call 01248 670076.

Author's Review

Snowdonia is the ultimate outdoor destination, and with many of the tourist attractions within this area having an outdoor theme, there is no way you can ever get bored visiting here. GreenWood is a great example of that outdoor fun I speak about, fun that can be enjoyed by all ages of the family. Nestled in a prime location between Bangor & Caernarfon, GreenWood really was an attraction that took me by surprise. I visited here late in the summer of 2016, and was very impressed with what I saw. The staff were friendly, helpful, and there was hardly any litter on the floor whatsoever, which tells me an awful lot about an attraction! I know I talked a lot at the beginning of this review about outdoor fun, but I was so surprised at the amount of indoor fun here as well! Definitely worth a visit!

 

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