Bois des Rêves provincial park, Ottignies leisure park
Domaine Provincial du Bois des Rêves
Allée du Bois des Rêves 1
1340 OTTIGNIES (OTTIGNIES-LOUVAIN-LA-NEUVE)
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This leisure park is located in a provincial park in the Walloon Brabant region.
Around 30 minutes away from Brussels, the Bois des Rêves is an estate at the heart of a forest with visitor and leisure facilities for the whole family.
In summer, enjoy the beach with its wading pool (between 10cm and 40cm), the swimming pool (60cm to 140cm) and the sunbathing area. Throughout the year, children aged 2 to 13 can safely have fun in the large play area.
For those who love sports and the great outdoors, the Bois de Rêves park offers several signposted paths over 17km, 1 mapped-out route and 1 pond, 1 mountainbike route, 2 health trails and 9 obstacles adapted for disabled people, as well as a fishing pond.
The Bois des Rêves is also the ideal place to organise barbecues. In fact, seven fully-equipped barbecue areas can be hired for private and professional celebrations.
Visiting the park
October to March: 8.30am to 6pm.
April, May & September: 8.30am to 7.30pm.
June, July and August: 8.30am to 9pm.
The cafeteria and terrace are open from Easter to September from 11am to 6.30pm.
Beach and swimming pool open from 15 June to 31 August from 10am to 6pm.
Play area open all year round from 10am.
Free except for the beach and play area.
Children under 12: €2.10
Groups of at least 20 adults: €2.20
Groups of at least 20 children + free entry for 1 adults: €2.10
Children aged 2 to 13: €1.20 or a yearly pass for €10
Groups of at least 15 children: €1
At the entrance to the park or a few hundred metres away.
Disabled: Accessible to disabled people.
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