- Theme Parks and Funfairs
Suitable for all ages
Venue type: Outdoor
Voted the best family attraction in North Wales for five years running, you can feel confident that you’re in for a good day out at GreenWood Forest Park.
This action packed family adventure park has lots of quirky, unique traits such as the world’s first people powered rollercoaster and, new for 2016, the UK’s first solar powered water ride! You can choose between high-adrenaline action and adventure to meeting some furry or feathered friends or participating in a pirate show!
If you want to get your feet dirty then walk on down to the bare foot trail and enjoy the weird and wonderful sensations between your toes! Race your friends down the Great Green Run – Wales’s longest sledge run and don’t forget the tiers of indoor soft play!
Whether you like crafts, shows, rides or animals this is the place to be!
- Live shows
- Seasonal events
- Birthday parties
- Restaurant Onsite
- Snacks Available
- Picnics Allowed
- Toilets Available
- Disabled Toilets Available
- Baby Changing Available
- Parking Available On-site
Getting There and Contact Information
Y Felinheli, Gwynedd, LL56 4QN, Wales
Click here to visit GreenWood Forest Park's website
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Please see website for details
Adults (16+) from £8.95
Kids (3-15) from £8.65
Seniors/Students from £8.65
Under 3's: Free
With the exception of the Giant Jumper (bouncy pillow) all rides will still operate during wet weather.
Dogs are welcome.
Wear flat shoes suitable for a day of walking. Heels & Flip-flops are not ideal due to uneven surfaces and slate paths.
Fouth time visit
Written by Anonymous . 27.08.15
We have taken our 10 year old grandson three times before when holidaying in Llandudno. This year we also took his four year old brother. They both had a great time, so much to do and this was in a five hour day. Even for our four year old grandson there was so much for him to do. They particularly liked the "Build a den" and the "Green Dragon" ride (faster than expected). The only minus was the price for the meals in the cafe. Four year old had a lunch pack and ten year old had sandwich, then the drinks. Would still advice the park as a good day out.