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Plopsa Coo is a small amusement park that is perfect for young kids! It is right next to the Coo waterfall and is a fun way for a family to spend the day
There are rides for older kids and adults
There are a lof of things for younger kids!!
There is a small petting farm
There is also a playground
For the warmer days there is a splash pad
A kid that is taller than 1 meter would be able to do most rides (most accompanied by an adult). Make sure to have someone to supervise any younger kids you have with you, if you are to accompany the older kid. The rides are categorized by height, as you can see in the photos below
*Opening hours: you can check here for the opening hours
*Cost: kids < 85 cm free entrance, kids 85-99 cm EUR 12.50, anyone taller than 1 meter EUR 27.50. Disabled guests pay EUR 22.50 (you need official documentation). Also women that are pregnant (8+ months) pay EUR 22.50 (you need a certificate with expected date of birth)
*There is also the evening ticket at EUR 17.50, which you can get only for the 3 last hours before the park closes
*You can buy your tickets here:
*There are also yearly passes that cover many of the Plopsa amusement parks and they cost EUR 50-175 depending on which parks are covered
*There are a lot of options to eat, both in Plopsa Coo and at the village, where you can find many restaurants like Val de la Cascade. There are microwaves to warm milk or food for kids in all Plopsa Coo restaurants. The place with the best view to have a drink or eat is La Cascade, the cafe restaurant in Plopsa Coo which is right opposite of the waterfall
*There is also a picnic zone near the Labyrinth
*Wheelchair friendly, there is a specific guide that you can find here:
You can also reserve a wheelchair free of charge at least 48 hours before your visit at firstname.lastname@example.org. You need to give your ID as deposit.
There are also adapted and reserved parking places
*Strollers are not allowed at the attractions and the shows. You must leave the stroller at the designated location. They sell locks for strollers at the entrance of the park at the Plopsa shop
*Dogs are allowed in the park but not on the attractions. They need to be kept on a leash at all times
*There are tons of activities in the area of Coo. There is a stroller friendly walk around the lake and lots of other options
A stroller friendly walk around the lake Coo starting at the largest waterfall of Belgium, an amusement park, a train ride to a wildlife park, kayaking and an adventure park.. Tons of activities in the area!
You can combine it with the Wildlife Park in Coo. You get a train ride around the wildlife park, where you can feed lama, deer, goats and other animals
A train ride around the wildlife park, where you can feed lama, deer, goats and other animals
There is also an adventure park for accrobranche and you can do kayaking at the river. Both are offered by Coo Adventure. You can find more details on these and on more activities offered here:
About 1.5 hour drive from Schuman, Brussels
There is parking offered at Plopsa Coo for EUR 10
Grand Coo 4, 4970 Stavelot, Belgium
Public parking (next to Val De La Cascade)
Petit Coo, 4970 Stavelot
Bigger public parking
Avenue Pierre Clerdent, 4970 Stavelot
All places mentioned above are also gathered on the map!
Indoor and outdoor activities, kids friendly cafés/ restaurants, hotels and more all under separate layers
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