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GreenWood Forest Park (Gelli Gyffwrdd), Y Felinheli
(4.5/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web)
One of North Wales’ finest family attractions, GreenWood Forest Park (Gelli Gyffwrdd) offers numerous activities sure to keep visitors of all ages entertained and amused all day long, regardless of weather. At this location you can attend live shows, play in the toddlers’ village, drive a mini-tractor, swing on ropes, explore mazes, build secret dens in the forest, travel through a wild jungle by boat, glide down the longest sledge slide in Wales, and ride the only people-powered roller coaster in the world. The park includes a large free parking lot, covered picnic areas, and a small cafe. Be sure to stop by the gift shop to pick up a souvenir of your visit. Check online for opening dates and times, and skip the lines by booking in advance. Put GreenWood Forest Park (Gelli Gyffwrdd) into our Y Felinheli holiday planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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TripAdvisor
  • Had our first greenwood birthday party experience yesterday! And what a fabulous experience that was xx we are annual pass holders so attend the park regularly but hadn't had the pleasure of attending...  more »
  • We visited here in the October half term holls with a 5 and 3 year old. What a fantastic day out. We were even allowed to take our dog with us at no extra cost, these details mean alot to us as there ...  more »
  • We decided to pay a visit on the way back to Scotland from North Wales. For the 8 of us it cost £64. We where told that although the park opened at 10am must of the activities would start at 11am. Fin...  more »
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  • Good little park with plenty of activities for the kids. My little boy loved the dragon ride, the solar splash rides, the den building and the archery. There are lots of other activities for the more creative types as well. There are plenty of food outlets dotted round including a café with play area in it.
  • Such a great place to bring both the kids - aged 10 and 18months. Great soft play area in the cafe with a warm log fire for the colder days, and plenty to do outside. The eldest loves the rides, and the toddler loves the rabbits, the outdoor play barn and generally just running around.
  • This is a good place you can go on solar splash or green dragon but I will not go on those rides as a kid I dfidnt care much but I only pay attention if they are good toys from acorn gift shop It personally is excellent but if you don't follow rules on great green run (big slide) you may gal. Get friction burns and Inger your shelf I M sport for all mistakes but I added paragraph ------------------------------nicholas----------------------------------
  • One of t he best days out in North Wales if you have kids up to about 13
  • Loved this place and the kids loved it even more. We ended up going twice last year and the kids are asking to go again. The eco side of the park is fun and teaches the kids a little about sustainability. There were some nice alternatives like the bearfoot trail which went down well and the den building up in the woods kept the lads occupied for ages.