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Small park with attractions for the whole family. Beautiful view of the valley and lots of nature. Alpine Coaster, roller coaster, 4D Movies, 5D interactive game, simulators, free fall tower, bumper cars, tree climbing, zip lines and ATV, besides...more
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Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Rodovia Arnaldo Oppitz 901 | Sao Joao, Canela, State of Rio Grande do Sul 95680-000, Brazil
Visited during the summer with our 14 year old daughter. She was excited to finally do some “fun stuff”.
The Trenó and ZipLines were fun, she also liked the rollercoaster. The view from up there was amazing and the beer was cold. Besides that.. not...More
All the attractions we went on were all clean and safe. We went on the mountain coaster, roller coaster, zip line, and the 3D shootout. The best was the mountain coaster, followed by the zip line. The mountain coaster is great, but quite short- that...More
It's free to enter in the park but you must pay each attraction and it's quite expensive (around R$ 20 per person per attraction) and the park is extremely small. I am not even sure if the security of the attractions is trustworthy. Although, it...More
Date of experience: December 2015
Renato F, Manager at Alpen Park, responded to this reviewResponded 29 December 2015
Thanks for your review. But you can be sure about our security. Our first goal is guarantee security for our guests, following all the official security norms and protocols, especially the Brazilian Association of Technical Standards (ABNT) and keeping an security engineer full time in...More
You can enter in this place for free and just pay for the attractions you will use or play. The great point seems to be the treno, which, unlike the real thing, is more like a car in tracks descending the hill. But I don´t...More