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Prepare for a fun-filled adventure at Provincial Domain Kessel-Lo!
They’ve got playgrounds designed for kids of all ages, complete with exciting play equipment. Explore the farm area and meet some friendly animals. Little ones can learn road safety at the traffic park, while in the summer, you can cool off at the heated swimming pool.
And don’t forget the highlight—a fantastic water playground that guarantees a fun time splashing around!
When the heat is on, Provincial Domain Kessel-Lo has got you covered with a great water playground that’s perfect for cooling off. It offers a ton of fun for all ages.
Just a heads up though, there are some deeper points, so it’s important to keep an eye on the little ones. Get ready to make a splash and create memories that will last a lifetime!
Exploring Provincial Domain Kessel-Lo is a treat because you’ll discover multiple playgrounds scattered throughout the area. From one corner to another, these playgrounds are waiting to be explored, offering a variety of play equipment and adventures.
Outdoor Heated Pool
Planning to beat the summer heat? Look no further than Provincial Domain Kessel-Lo’s heated outdoor swimming pool, open from May 1st to September 15th.
Please note that there is an admission fee for the pool, and it’s necessary to make a reservation in advance. Remember to bring your ID card for entry. More details here.
Good to know
The domain is free, you pay only for the pool.
At Provincial Domain Kessel-Lo, you can enjoy the company of charming farm animals, including friendly goats, horses and donkeys.
You might even come across some wooden animal sculptures, adding an extra touch of whimsy to your farmyard adventure. Get ready to meet both real and wooden animal friends during your visit!
- There is a traffic park with intersections, traffic lights, roundabouts, stop signs. Sometimes police officers direct the traffic. You can either bring your own bikes or get one from there. They also have pedal cars.
- Traffic lessons are also organized during the school year. You can book on 016 25 38 86 or by sending an e-mail to email@example.com .
- You can play mini golf, petanque, roller blade and skate. More details here
- You can also fish in the lake, play tennis and enjoy the sports fields. More details here
- You can also rent rowing boats and pedal boats during high season (01.04-30.09). More details and cost here
- Open: every day all year round. See exact hours here
- Cost: free entrance, only parking is paid (not all parkings and not all year round, see below)
- Parking: outdoor parking available. EUR 3 for the day for parking 1, 2, 3 between 01.04-30.09 and you can only pay by card. Parking 4 is always free.
- Stroller friendly, wheelchair friendly
- Dogs allowed on a leash
- Fenced area for dogs to run around without leash
About 25 minutes drive from Schuman, Brussels (or about an hour by public transport)
(Parking 2) Beemdenstraat, 3010 Leuven
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