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Plopsa Coo, Coo
(2.8/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
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  • We were here on November 1 on a sunny day, and it appeared that some attractions were understaffed. The toboggan run and the chair lift worked on very low capacity. At the chair lift was but one in two chairs filled because the supervisor both people had to pick up and set down passengers. For the rest a nice little park but still often enjoy a little longer than was fun. Also what to full price too expensive for what to do.
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  • Fun park with attractions suitable for children up to 12 years, no attarcaties only for adults. Most of the attractions have a geijkwaardig alternative at Plopsaland itself, advantage here is I think that there are fewer people coming than on the large park in De Panne. Most of the attractions we have 3-4 times can do almost without having to join, fun for the kids! And with in the background the waterfall of Coo
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  • The infrastructure and framework are the strong points of the Park. It's varied, green and the staff is bilingual (and friendly). On the other hand, drinks, food and parking offer excessive prices. Fortunately, we can bring our picnic. It is also best to buy tickets online and take advantage of coupons, can avoid you a first line the entry funds. ;-)
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  • Very nice themepark. It's small, but doesn't feel like that. Get discounted tickets online if you can (they scan from your phone). Lots of attractions for big and small. Recommended!
  • For having a great time with the kids. Not the largest funpark but very fun
  • Small selection of rides, but well planned. On the day we went there were very few other customers. Bringing your own picnic basket is ok.
  • Nice fun park for different ages. Not too big, very friendly
  • Nice and beautiful little park. But food and drinks way too expensive