Landmark Forest Adventure Park, Carrbridge
(4.6/5 based on 850+ reviews on the web)
Experience the outdoors with a little adventure at Landmark Forest Adventure Park. Get a view of the entire park from the top of the highest wooden tower in the United Kingdom, the Fire Tower. In fact, heights abound with attractions such as Pinnacle, the climbing tower, and the Wildwater Coaster, which has three slides. Closer to the ground is the Tarzan Trail and Bamboozeleum, a house of illusion that will leave you spinning. Check the website for special packages and ticket discounts. Use our Aviemore travel itinerary maker to add Landmark Forest Adventure Park and other attractions to your Aviemore vacation plans.
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TripAdvisor
  • Cracking day out, something for everyone and dog friendly. Really good value for money. Food outlet great for lunch and kids want to go back. 
  • Landmark is a small but perfectly formed adventure park. It has three water slides that the kids love, a wee rollercoaster, 3 highwire challenges, one for wee ones and the other suitable for older chi...  more »
  • You can't beat Landmark for a superb day out. Visited again on our annual holiday in Aviemore. It was the last day of the park for the manned rides so the owners had put foam down the waterslides! The...  more »
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  • Landmark is a firm fave for me. Full of fun activities from a treetop walk with lots of wildlife to see to water slides and high rope aerial assault courses there is something for all ages. It is dog friendly and there are loads of walks to go on. The butterfly house and illusion rooms are amazing! There is a grill where you can buy food and picnic areas if you choose to self cater. It is well worth the money for a visit.
  • Not really a theme park with big rides. More of an adventure park with smaller rides set in a lovely rural location with great board walks (wheelchair accessible) through the pine forest. Not too crowded when we went out of school holiday period: no queues. The optical illusion exhibits were great fun.
  • As an adult I thought the price was high for what was on offer - £73 for 2 adults and 2 kids. However, that said, my kids (aged 10 and 7) absolutely loved it which I think was due to the smaller size of the park. They were able to run between climbing area and waterslides all day long.
  • Had a recent trip to Landmark (Aug 2016), it was fun and there was plenty of activities, i wouldnt say its worth paying 50 odd quid for 2 adults and a 4 year old. In saying that, if i was in the area again I would probably grudgingly pay it again. Bit of advise ... take a pack-lunch/picnic , the quality of the food is just terrible - another Scottish attraction that just doesnt cater well. All in all ..... had fun but i wouldnt be particularly bothered if i hadnt went.
  • Passed on route to nairn & went back the next day, had an amazing time, really is a 5 star visit, for our family of 5 it was £80 sounds expensive but Everything is included, roller coasters, water rides, tree top walks x3, illusion world, butterfly farm I can go on & on.. will definitely not hesitate to visit again. Food wise cafes ect are a very fair price so for what you get it's well worth the money.