a huge, award-winning forest of family fun and outdoor adventure they said. full of tree houses, zip wires, jungle bridges, crocklebogs (query?), twiggles and boggles (more query?), storytelling, boat trips, and marsh walks too yeah yeah yeah.
bewilderwood is an adventure park with a difference, set in some woods in the village of hoveton in the norfolk broads. it is the setting and home to the boggles, from the book titled ‘a boggle at bewilderwood’ by a local childrens author tom blofeld. the adventure park is full of walkways intertwining amongst the wood and marshes. tree houses and sky walks are raised high above in the trees. climbing nets, obstacles and slides so big even the adults are a little cautious. zip wires that make all ages squeal. den building and mazes to get lost in. story telling to take part in. I EVEN WENT ON A SKY WALK! not a very high one and i got back down very very quickly but for me that was quite something!
there are lots of places to stop off for snacks and drinks, so you don’t need to take food with you if you don’t fancy but we took a picnic and set ourselves up on the woodland floor for our snack attack. take plenty of wipes and antibacterial gel, your hands get dirty!
all in all huge fun for all ages from big to small, in fact our group went from as young as 70 to as old as 2! a completely and totally fab day out, and we would highly recommend. we hadn’t even got out of the car park when from the back of the car we heard ‘when can we come back?’ we will be going back just putting the plans together now!
these vary by height and by high and low season, of course school holidays are all high season.
born to bewild are smalls under 92cm and these guys go free all year round.
almost wild are smalls between the heights of 92-105cm £12.00 low season £13.50 in high
bewild now is everyone above 105cm apart from the used to bewild’s who get a concession rate for being 65 years+. bewild now £14.00 low season £15.50 in high. used to bewild £9.00 low season and £10.50 in high.
disclaimer: we paid in full for our tickets, but we enjoyed it so much we thought you might too.