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Moors Valley

Seasonal Specials: Sundown Sessions

Sundown Adventure
An hour of treetop excitement and exploration for young adventurers over 1m. Find out more
here.

Sundown Adventure+
An extention to the Sundown Adventure experience for children over 6 years and 1.2m. Find out more
here.

Sundown Segways

Ride into the sunset and cruise beneath the stars on this two wheeled adventure after dark. Find out more here

Sundown Nets Adventure
Bounce the night away and explore our treehouse trail after dark. Great fun for younger families and children. Find out more
here.

Moors Valley is the quadruple whammy of forest fun. With Treetop Challenge, Treetop Adventure+, Forest Segway and Nets Adventure, all thrill-seeking, family entertainment boxes are firmly ticked. Push yourself on the Challenge course which will take you 11-metres skywards and features a massive 166-metre zip wire. Whilst the Adventure+ course boasts narrow crossings, suspended walkways and tree-high platforms. We’ve also got an hour of challenging woodland trails if you’re up for exploring on our all-terrain Segways.

go ape adventures at moors valley

MORE ADVENTURE AT MOORS VALLEY

This award-winning location is just 10-miles north of Bournemouth. A popular, buzzing site, Moors Valley welcomes around 750,000 visitors each year and with acres of forest and park jammed pack with things to do, there’s something for everyone.

There are two adventure play areas - one for older children with a zip slide, space net, climbing boulder and a fortress of towers and crossings and a younger children’s area with gentler slides and swings.

Pack up the kids and head for the Play Trail (suitable for pushchairs). 

They will love discovering and exploring the wooden play structures such as the giant Ants Nest, Snake Pit and Crocodile Crossing.

On your way around look out for the Tree Top Trail, a five-metre high, 200-metre long wooden walkway up in the trees (sorry, this bit is not suitable for pushchairs).

If you like a leisurely walk, there are many miles of paths and tracks for you to explore the park and forest. There are also five cycling trails so bring the bike or hire some and try one of the family, moderate or challenging routes.

Bring a picnic or grab a bite in Seasons Restaurant.

Location Overview

  • Corporate Events More info

  • School Trips More info

  • Disabled Access

  • Dogs welcome

  • Parking

  • Visitor Centre

  • Bike hire

  • Cycle trails

  • Food and drink

  • Golf

  • Kids play area

  • Picnic Area

  • Walking routes

  • Winter Opening

Moors Valley Country Park, Horton Road, Ashley Heath, Nr Ringwood, Hampshire, BH24 2ET

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Know Before You Go

  • Wear sensible clothes for adventure.
  • Footwear must be sturdy and suitable for the outdoors. No sandals, slip off shoes, open toes or heels.
  • Gloves are a good idea. Either bring a pair or you can buy them at the cabin on the day.

Make A Day of It

  • Head down to Bournemouth and relax by the sea.
  • Bring or hire bikes and explore Moors Valley Country Park and Forest.
  • Pack your clubs and head over to the 18-hole golf course.
  • Enjoy a ride on Moors Valley’s authentic steam train.
  • Very helpful staff, we all thoroughly enjoyed our visit to Go Ape

    Nicky Whittle

  • This was for my Daughters birthday and they all had a great time and would like to do it again

    Amy Marsh

  • It was amazing and my 3 children really enjoyed it too.

    kesch

  • Thank you to all the staff who were really friendly and helpful.

    Anonymous

  • Great day out, staff are fantastic, very professional and positive. 5 stars

    Steve

  • We had a great time in the tree tops, having never done anything like this before, it was an achievement. some of us conquered our fear of heights, where as I realised I am fitter than I thought! The instructors were really patient and encouraged us when needed. The safety side was explained really well and we were given the time to go over what we had to do, until we got it. The only thing I would say is that I thought the parking should be free if you are just doing GoApe, £10 parking for 3 hours was abit expensive.

    Joanne Hudson