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Floresta Park Adventure, Campinas

Categories: Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
3.3/5 based on 60 reviews on the web
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  • We went to la this weekend with my granddaughter. The scenery is good, but requires more careful. As for the staff until that was good. The beautiful but cold food, was done early, but not kept in heated place, came to the cold buffet. Everything is paid, visit a "mine zoo" that only had chickens and some goats, and a fishing vessel charged $ 7.00 per person.
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  • The place is nice but a few things like: 1. Better organization from the lot signaling where cars can park. 2. The Buffet is free but has a huge line which totally discouraged. The suggestion would be to make several small islands to serve. The worst thing is that you stay with a plate in his hand waiting to be able to serve. 3. Does not accept card ... 4. Miss a better cooling of the structures. As the place is beautiful with a sensational view.
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  • Good food, but a long way to go to be considered an excellent program ... Nobody explains that there are 2 buffets of food, and in the second (internal) are the salads, desserts and coffee (we only found out after we had lunch ...), the waiters are so anxious to take a drink (which is the part) in their commands who forget to explain how it works, just deliver that runs without saying a Word , don't tell you to read because there's optional prices, in general people fold and store them in the bag. Parking (? shouldn't have that name) is regrettable, on rainy days, no chance if you don't have a car 4 x 4. There is no signage, open sites become makeshift parking lots. I have been with children, elderly and disabled person, and was a walking disorder (on land and in the tiled floor) on the floor with irregular stone super, full of ravines, steep descents and broken trees. An orthopedist or geriatrician should visit the place and give instructions on the ergonomics if they wish to continue to receive children and elderly among the visitors. The attractions are paid the part (horseback riding, tractor, trampoline, mini farm, fishing etc), is a client option, but found it expensive. The idea of warmth of Grandma's House can be cool, but the tables are all different, there are chairs tables without tablecloths with placemats and towels several disparate patterns, creating a harmony that, sorry, it's not charming, remember only an abandoned place where we take the things you no longer use in town or lose the couple in the sand to park the children had multiple options but also seem to neglect, lack of maintenance, advanced age. A positive point is that a firefighter is on call and guides in case of falls (inevitable in rugged terrain) of children or adults. Is a site that receives events, but I would never suggest for a party because the general appearance is of improvisation and little maintenance. Maybe come back to see if the comments have led to changes and improvements, maybe in a year.
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