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Nets Adventure

Winter Opening open weekends throughout winter. 

Sherwood Pines is one of only two places you’ll find Nets Adventure, a super-springing playtime wonderland that will make you feel as though you're bouncing in the clouds. It's the ultimate energiser for avid climbers of all ages, with some serious energy burning antics to be found. No specialist equipment is required to keep you attached, as the jumbo-netting keeps you completely surrounded - safe as tree houses.

Fancy spectating? No problem! You can enter and watch free of charge. We also have picnic benches, a Forest Café and free Wi-Fi onsite.

Prices from: £10

Adventure Overview

  • Maximum Weight

    20.5 stone (130kg)

  • Minimum Age

    1 year

practical information

  • Lots of fun for the whole family

    Rachel Langford

  • What a great day we had, myself and my 6 yr old loved every minute. Recommend also doing the net kingdom, while you are there. you get such a great workout, chasing a 6 yr old around for 2 hrs. Such great fun, thank you go ape!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. Cannot wait to come again!!!!!!!!!!


  • The Go ape for little ones is brilliant, I just found the £15 introductory price which increases to £20 if your child was to go again is way to expensive (2 hours play). A fee of around £5 to £7 for 30 minutes play would be much better. This would be more affordable for larger families, when we go to Sherwood pines again I wouldn't encourage my son to participate again due to the £20 fee, although if it was cheaper I would let him play every time we visit.

    Shelley Newbold

  • Brilliant morning in the forest! Staff were helpful and gave a good briefing suitable for our party ages 2-50! Nets were good fun with a good variety of activities. We used the full 2 hours. There was good parking and a cafe close by.

    Jonathan Martin

  • Children had a fab time here. Very secure area, with a small shop for hot drinks which are needed on a chilly day.

    Mrs Woodward

  • Very impressed with how I saw the staff on junior go ape deal with the children going onto the course.

    diane dullaghan