To have a break or to end your activity nicely, there’s nothing better than a moment of relaxation.
In our cafeteria, you will find all kinds of soft drinks and beers, as well as something to quench small hungers: sandwiches, lasagnas, burgers, paninis…
The cafeteria is indoors but you can also decide to go and sit on the 100m2 panoramic terrace.
You are allowed to bring your own picnic as long as you order something to drink at our bar.
Is it necessary to book in advance?
As we voluntarily limit the number of visitors we allow into the parc at the same time, we advise you to book on our website, by e-mail or call us at 010/22.33.87.
What gear or equipment do visitors need to bring along?
Only sports shoes or walking boots. All other gear (including overalls, harness, lifelines, pulley and gloves) is provided by Aventure Parc.
How long does the average visit to Aventure Parc last?
There is no time limit to complete the courses except on special days. The entrance fee allows you to complete several courses, have a break on the terrace or start one course again. Visitors usually spend about 3 hours on the courses; 4-5 hours for achieving the pack Fly, Fly&Jump or All-in.
What happens during bad weather (rain, storm)?
The activity takes place even in rainy weather. It can be temporarily stopped in case of a storm. If the activity has to be stopped because of extremely bad weather, we offer our visitors a new ticket for the park, provided that they have not already been on the course for more than 90 minutes.
On the other hand, light seasonal rain does not mean that the courses have to be closed.
A good tip: if the weather seems a bit threatening, contact us beforehand to make sure that the park is open!
What does the entrance fee cover?
Your entrance ticket allows you to remain on the Aventure Parc site for the entire day, with no time limitation (apart from exceptions as shown in our agenda)
You can complete as many courses as you wish, but in order of difficulty: from the easiest to the most difficult!
The jumps, the special Zipline (Tyro-Tour, Tyro-Kids and Fly-Line) and the Fort Conquest are offered at an additional cost.
Which payment methods are accepted at the entrance of the park?
The following payment methods are accepted:
Is there a car park at the adventure park entrance?
Yes. A parking area is available exclusively to visitors of Aventure Parc. It is free of charge but not covered by car theft or damage insurance.
Do you have to be really fit to complete a course?
Not at all. The courses are designed to be completed by any person in a normal physical shape.
Can we participate in the jumps only?
Yes. It is possible to do the bungee jump only and/or the "4 Jumps" (Forest Jump + Tower Jump + Jungle Jump + Space Jump) and/or 2 Laser Games. Combining the 5 jumps and/or the Laser Game is also possible.
Can parents accompany children on the children’s courses?
Yes, parents can accompany children on the children’s course if there's enough space.
My child has not yet reached the age required for certain courses: can he/she still participate in the courses?
No. Our conditions are to be strictly adhered to.
As we cannot assess each person’s individual capabilities/capacities, a minimum age limit has been set based on our experience of the nature of each course/event to minimise risk and maximize safety.
Do children have to be accompanied by an adult or can they be taken care of by the organisers?
Children can come unaccompanied and will be looked after by one of our supervisors throughout the course. They are not supervised outside of the courses. We ask parents not to leave their children without supervision on the Mini Kids course.
Can dogs be brought to Aventure Parc?
No. We ask you not to come with your pet, as you won’t be able to take care of it during your acrobatic course.
Is the park accessible to people with reduced mobility?
The park is accessible to people with reduced mobility but not the activities unfortunately. For more information, feel free to contact us.
Visitor's safety, Our priority at Aventure Parc
This is why the park installed a continuous belay system in 2012, with which it is not possible to unfasten oneself from the security cable.
You fasten yourself at the beginning of the course and you are permanently held by the pulley until you reach the end of the course.
Say goodbye to carabiners!
As the activities take place at heights, our visitors must strictly respect the various safety instructions which are communicated via :
Internal regulations : please read carefully at the reception desk.
Strict controls are also required to ensure that the standards are applied :
- Annual phytosanitary examination of each tree by an independent dendrologist expert
- Annual verification by an independent control body approved at European level
- Test mesh of the sensation course topping net sent to an independent laboratory for analysis and validation
- Detailed check of each set recorded in a quarterly dashboard
- Each day of access to the park, all the courses are checked at height by Adventure Park monitors before they are accessible to the public.