New Activities at Center Parcs Woburn Forest Revealed
Along with family favourites which are already enjoyed at the other four Villages such as Tree Trekking, kayaking and fencing, there will also be a range of innovative activities to expand and improve the choices for young children available in the Activity Den including:
Chocolate Little Chef
Party in the Den
Forest Academy Crafts
Woburn Forest will also be home to a new amazing Subtropical Swimming Paradise, the largest of any Center Parcs Village, which will have a number of pools and water experiences for families to enjoy and 3 unique water rides, all of which are set amongst tropical trees and plants within the warm 29.5°C climate.
Sue Goddard, Group Leisure Manager at Center Parcs says:
“Not only do we provide beautiful lodges nestled in the forest, we also offer a choice of lots of fantastic activities so that families can create a break that is perfect for them. Family time is so precious; giving people a chance to spend quality time with family and friends away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. We provide the setting and variety so that families can cherry pick from what we offer to sculpt the break they want”.
Center Parcs are releasing access to activity bookings and restaurant reservations to short break guests by mid-February 2014 for breaks booked during spring and early summer.
Did you know…
There are a number of new children’s activities available at Woburn Forest which have never been seen at Center Parcs before, these activities take place in the ‘Activity Den’, an exciting new children’s destination replacing the Time Out Clubhouse on other Villages.
When Center Parcs first started in the UK more than 27 years ago, there were only 30 activities available, now there are 100-200 activities per Village.
Tree Trekking was the first activity completed at Woburn Forest, this course has to be tested by a certified aerial activity tester.
2,300 bikes will be delivered to Woburn Forest before opening taking the Center Parcs UK bike fleet to a total of more than 10,000 bikes – more than any other company in the UK.
It took a team of 723 people 120 months to research, design and build the Subtropical Swimming Paradise at Woburn Forest.
The Subtropical Swimming Paradise is the most popular activity at Center Parcs Villages; more than 90% of guests visit during a short break.
The stunning and unique graphics surrounding the bowling lanes are hand painted by an artist.
2,918 sports balls are being ordered for Woburn Forest this includes bowling balls, tennis balls, gym balls, squash balls, footballs and snooker balls to name but a few.