Camp Adventure has the longest zip line in Northern Europe measuring 1,558 feet (475 metres) and offers 10 treetop adventure courses as well as an indoor climbing wall. The youngest thrill-seekers (at 3+ years old) will find 3 courses and a nature playground suitable for their age while the older ones can climb up to 82 feet (25 metres) high and challenge themselves while they’re traversing footbridges, zip wires and other obstacles that connect the top of the beech trees.
Camp Adventure’s new Observation Tower, which is expected to open in fall 2018 is the park’s latest attraction and is a reason enough to visit the park. Visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy a spectacular view over the forest while standing 147 feet (45 metres) above ground and enjoy a unique walk along the 2,952-foot (900-metre) passageway that connects the tower to the ground, while at the same time pass through the older and younger parts of the magnificent forest.
Whether you’re travelling with your family, your friends or your beloved, a day-trip to Camp Adventure guarantees a fun day in the great outdoors away from the city’s hustle and bustle. Spend your day climbing through the treetops at one of Denmark’s most beautiful spots and relax at the park’s cosy café which is located amid the trees.
Situated in the middle of a vast forest, Camp Adventure is the ultimate place for setting your picnic tablecloth and soaking up some sun surrounded by Denmark’s diverse and beautiful nature. Bring your own delicacies or pre-order the park’s picnic basket and enjoy a delicious meal at one of the numerous verdant spots.
Denmark’s largest adventure park is located in South Zealand just an hour’s drive from Copenhagen so it’s the perfect one-day trip from the capital of Denmark. Getting there by means of public transport takes a bit longer (approximately two hours) but it’s quite easy. Take train Re 1257 towards Nykøbing F St and get off at Næstved St (Farimagsvej). Change for Bus 630R towards Faxe Ladeplads and get off at Vester Egede (Ny Næstvedvej). From here you have to walk around 20 minutes before entering the majestic park.
Take a bike trip to Camp Adventure and discover Scandinavia’s beautiful landscape on two wheels. Denmark’s terrain is mostly flat and there are cycle routes all over the country, so, bike-trips are quite a common activity for locals and tourists who love engaging in outdoor activities. Download the necessary apps that will help you find your way and just enjoy the ride.
Camp adventure is located among ancient trees just 10 minutes away from Gisselfeld Kloster, a preserved forest with meltwater cliffs, lakes and wetlands. Once you’ve sated your curiosity about seeing the woodlands from the top of the trees, take a walk around the forest and discover the area’s hidden corners. Among others, you’ll find meadows and pastures and the 16th century Renaissance Gisselfeld Castle standing in the middle of a lake.