Kerekerdő (Round Forest) Adventure Park is situated in picturesque, leafy surroundings, close to the Csereerdő stop of “Zsuzsi” Narrow Gauge Railroad. This wonder world offers nearly 30,000 sq m worth of indoor and outdoor programs to each and every member of your family.
Let the fun start immediately on arrival if you are a lover of water sports. The “Flintstones” paddle boat lays at anchor in the small harbor next to the entrance, ready for rides. A magic land of fairy tales will reveal itself as you follow the trail leading to the interior of the park. Don’t be surprised if you should come across Snow White and her Seven Dwarfs, Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf, or Hansel and Gretel in their candy house while you are exploring the interactive pavilions and puppet-show stages. Your little tykes will find all they need to let off steam in the playground wilderness. They can lay siege to the castle via suspension bridges and climbing ropes or engage in combat to take bastions. Should they be hungry for even bigger challenges, they may attempt to fight their way along adventure trails rigged with slides, climbing walls, and cul-de-sacs.
Older visitors will get their fix of adrenaline by negotiating scenic, but oftentimes menacing mazes of rope courses criss-crossing the park at elevations of up to several meters.Accessible to all but the most fainthearted visitors, regardless of age, the main course spans the lake. You may also try your luck with pony riding, or explore audio-visual features such as the Talking Tree. Fashioned to form the 3D image of a human face, this display recites Hungarian folk tales and fables on weekdays.
The park houses a traditional handicraft fair modeled on similar events of bygone eras. Not only will it provide you with insights into the trades of medieval artisans, but also the hustle and bustle of royal courts.The ballroom is the ideal venue for birthday parties. Should you or your little ones need replenishment after the exertions of a busy day, be sure you check out the grill terrace or the pancake stall.