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We were staying local and had driven up to see what this place was like. We planned a full day there and took our own picnic leaving it in the car and able to return at any time then re enter the parc. First impressions...More
As many reviews have indicated this Park is very rundown with some very naff rides but it does have a charm about it and it is set in beautiful surroundings. Health and safety in England would have a field day!
The biggest plus point was...More
My 7 year old son described the place as we drove up as a terrible excuse for a play park.
Having read mixed reviews we were prepared to see for ourselves.
We saw a mini golf area covered in moss with damage and tears to...More
What can you expect for €44 for a family of four? Five hours of fun and a good soaking in the bumper boats! There is nothing spectacular here but the kids loved it, it never got overly busy and not a rip off in sight....More
The land where time stands still, but why not 5 to 10 year old love it. Bouncy castles, hamster wheels, trampolines all traditional good fun and a great value day out.
Do not forget Mervent Forest the local area is of outstanding beauty so bring...More
What a great place to take the kids! When you consider the cost of days out to similar attractions in the UK, Parc de Pierre Brune is amazing value, with bouncy castles, trampolines and all sorts of rides included in the extremely reasonable entrance fee....More
The Mervent area that this park is situated in is the heart of a forest. Parking is adequate and free. People also eat their lunch on the grassed parking area. The park itself is simple with a miniature train, boats. floating giant balls that you...More
This parc is advertised as something maybe a bit more than it actually is from the brochure photography. It is a little bit in the sticks and I wonder how busy it does get, when we arrived there was one other car and about 30...More
Pierre B, Responsable relations publiques at Parc de Pierre Brune, responded to this reviewResponded 2 September 2015
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As you came in the last days of August and the school restarted in France on 31st August or 1st September (depends from place to place), the Park was quite empty compared to holiday time. Nevertheless, you would have noticed...More