Adventure Parc Snowdonia

About 79 minutes from park

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Conway Rd, Dolgarrog, Conwy LL32 8QE

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About Adventure Parc Snowdonia

It’s tough to beat Adventure Parc Snowdonia if you’re looking for an action-packed day out in North Wales. With everything from adrenaline-fuelled indoor and outdoor actives to surfing and soft play available, this is no ordinary Snowdonia adventure park. Whether you’re looking for an exciting day out with the kids, are planning a party with a twist or you just want to make some memories yourself, you can discover all you need to know about Adventure Parc Snowdonia right here.

Adrenaline Indoors
Perfect for guaranteeing a great time come rain or shine, the park has a range of weatherproof activities you can try your hand at indoors. This includes a ninja assault course, adventure climbing walls and a high ropes course. There’s also a man-made caving complex which stretches for more than 100 metres, as well as a soft play zone for little ones.

Outdoor Adventures
Sometimes you simply have to take things outside, and Adventure Parc Snowdonia escalates your experience in the right way through features like the 12-metre climbing walls with varying levels of challenge. You can take a trip on a zip line above the lagoon, carve out some tricks on at the skate bowl and mini track, and even head off-site for some mountain biking or gorge walking.

Surf Snowdonia
Ever wanted to surf in the mountains? Well now you can with the man-made waves on offer at the Surf Snowdonia Adventure Parc lagoon. There are guaranteed waves every 90 seconds, with levels ranging from beginner to advanced waves suitable for experienced, highly-skilled surfers. You can choose to take a lesson or a full course, or just head out onto the lagoon to make your own waves.

How to get to Adventure Parc Snowdonia

The centre is only seven miles south down the A470 from the A55, while you can drive to Adventure Parc Snowdonia in around 90 minutes from Manchester and Liverpool. Chester is even closer, while you can use the A470 to continue south to other parts of North Wales and beyond. If you’re travelling by train, the nearest major station is Llandudno Junction, which is around eight miles north of the park. You can catch the number 19 bus from Llandudno to the Post Office on Conway Road, which takes about half an hour, or jump in a taxi instead.

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