Head over to Go Ape Moors Valley Country Park for a day out your little ones will talk about for years to come. With 1,000m+ of high ropes and a quintuple serving of forest adventures, it’s sure to have your troop whooping with excitement.
Fun activities for thrill seekers
Ready to swing, swoop and loop on a high-ropes obstacle course? Whether you choose the Treetop Adventure, designed especially for families with tots (min 1m tall). You'll also dine wobbly bridges and 70m dual zip-wires too! You can stick to the classic Treetop Challenge (min 1.4m tall) with its hair-raising zip-wires, tree-to-tree intricate crossings and double Tarzan Swing, either way, you're sure to have a day to remember, especially if you're looking for an adventure for thrill seekers!
If your little ones aren’t yet ready for the biggest of thrills but want to try something a little more challenging, choose Treetop Adventure Plus. It’s great for anyone over 6 years old and 1.2 meters tall! It's still a high-wire adventure but one they can enjoy!
Need another dose of thrill? Head to the Nets Adventure, another forest gem that is a super-springy woodland playground with jumbo-netting amongst the treetops! Feel like you’re bouncing in the clouds completely harness-free - and the best part is that it’s for anyone aged over 1-year-old!
Or find your feet firmly on the forest floor (kind of) and explore the Hampshire countryside in style on a Forest Segway Experience. It's the perfect two-wheeled adventure and outdoor experience! If you fancy a leisurely walk, set off on one of many walking trails, or cycle along one of five cycling trails. Before heading into the woods to discover the wooden playstructures... Like the giant Ants Nest, Snake Pit and Crocodile Crossing!
Food & Drink
Need a bite to eat and replenish your energy? Head to the cafe for some light bites and refreshments or pack a picnic! You'll find plenty of spots to sit down and relax, while you enjoy your lunch.
Travelling & Public Transport
Moors Valley Country Park is situated 10 miles North of Bournemouth. Ringwood is the nearest town. The park itself is well signposted with brown signs from the A31, A338 from Bournemouth and the Ashley Heath roundabout.
The entrance to the park is off Horton Road, which leads off the Ashley Heath roundabout, access to traffic from the A31 East and West and the A338 from Bournemouth.
The nearest train station to Moors Valley Go Ape is Bournemouth.
The number 38 bus service that covers the Ferndown and Ringwood area stops at Lions Lane, at the Castleman Trailway entrance to Moors Valley (just over a mile walk to the Visitor Centre).
- Choose from 5 awesome Go Ape adventures
- Experience a unique woodland tour on Forest Segways
- Create unforgettable memories together!