Located 10 miles north of Bournemouth and 5 miles west of Ringwood, you can find Go Ape in Moors Valley Country Park. The location is just off Horton Road - near to Ashley Heath and the New Forest. Go Ape Moors Valley hosts five action-packed adventures. Explore the forest on two wheels with the all-terrain Segways or test your
nerve amongst the trees on one of three high ropes courses. The southeast location also boasts Nets Adventure - a series of giant nets suspended 20 feet above the ground. From 4 to 104, it's a great day out if you're looking for unique things to do in Dorset. One of the best attractions in the beautiful south.
Where is Go Ape Moors Valley Country Park located?
Go Ape Moors Valley Country Park is nestled between the New Forest and Bournemouth's south coast beaches.
Details on what activities are available at Go Ape Moors Valley Country Park?
Go Ape Moors Valley Country Park offers five exhilarating activities: Forest Segways, Treetop Challenge, Treetop Adventure, and Treetop Adventure Plus. For all ages and ability levels, each provides a distinctive adventure.
Things to do in the local area?
You may explore the magnificent New Forest, unwind on the south coast beaches close to Bournemouth, and take in the natural beauty of the surrounding woodlands in the vicinity of Moors Valley Country Park. In addition, it offers a wide range of outdoor and recreational activities, which makes it the perfect place for adventurers and nature enthusiasts.
Make a day of it at Moors Valley Country Park
Moors Valley Country Park is an award-winning location 10-miles north of Bournemouth. A popular, buzzing site, Moors Valley Country Park welcomes around 750,000 visitors each year and with acres of forest and park jammed pack with things to do, there’s something for everyone.
There are two adventure play areas - one for older children with a zip slide, space net, climbing boulder and a fortress of towers and crossings and a younger children’s area with gentler slides and swings.
Pack up the kids and head for the Play Trail (suitable for pushchairs).
They will love discovering and exploring the wooden play structures such as the giant Ants Nest, Snake Pit and Crocodile Crossing.
On your way around look out for the Tree Top Trail, a five-metre high, 200-metre long wooden walkway up in the trees (sorry, this bit is not suitable for pushchairs).
If you like a leisurely walk, there are many miles of paths and tracks for you to explore the park and forest. There are also five cycling trails so bring the bike or hire some and try one of the family, moderate or challenging routes.
Bring a picnic or grab a bite in Seasons Restaurant.