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Cobac Parc

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Trail20753 wrote a review Aug 2019
3 contributions1 helpful vote
We went during French term time, the park was very quiet, staff were polite and helpful. The park was fantastic for our kids (6&9) however, the aqua park was mainly aimed at youngsters or teenagers, with small slides available and only one larger slide suitable. Still worth a day out though, with access to both sides of the park all day long. Be prepared for queue jumpers though, mostly harmless but could be annoying if it were busier!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Claytoa wrote a review Aug 2018
Somerset, United Kingdom59 contributions19 helpful votes
We've been to Cobac Parc today. My wife and I took our daughter, her husband, four of their children and one of our other daughter's kids. The parc is very easy to get around, it is on a relatively level plot and has an absolutely brilliant water park, with rides suitable for for all ages, but you do have to be careful of its opening times which, it seems, change according to the calendar, rather than the weather conditions. There are lots of bouncy castles, including one which is set up like a game of table football, but which uses people for players. There's a big slide in the "dry" part, on which riders sit in inflatable boats. That is great fun. There's a charaplane, a small carousel, mechanical horses, small coaster, a pirate ship, a little scenic railway, a rope bridge over a lake, which has pedalos on it. There's pedal go karts, a bucking bronco, where people sit on a bull while others pull ropes in an attempt to dislodge them, one of the bouncy castles has bungee cords, to test how far the rider can run, before being pulled back. Our party ranged from 6 to 67 and we all thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. The only thing that let the place down, I thought, was the shortage of food available. There are food outlets, but they operate to French lunchtimes, so they open at midday and close at two. We were in the water park, where the kiosk advertises sandwiches. That didn't open until two, but they had sold out of sandwiches before half past two and didn't get any more. We gave the kids ice creams, then stopped at a burger bar on our way back to our house, which they all loved, so that day wasn't ruined, just not as we would have hoped. If the food hadn't been a let down, I'd have given the place five stars.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Alan P wrote a review Aug 2018
Caddington772 contributions279 helpful votes
A lovely relaxed family fun park with something for everyone to enjoy. Our family group ranged from 71 - 12 years old and we all thoroughly enjoyed the easy going atmosphere with no queuing for rides and more than enough for everyone to fill the day. Reasonable priced food and drinks as well. The only minor complaint was that the pedlo boats need some maintenance to make the seating adjustments work properly and to allow both adults and children to peddle effectively. Good value for money though.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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BCMHV wrote a review Aug 2018
London, United Kingdom3 contributions
It's a little bit tired looking, but I don't think our kids (7 & 9) noticed, and the rides were all as you'd expect. My son, at just over 120cms just scraped through the height restriction for some of the water rides, but the majority of the bigger rides you need to be taller. But we planned out trip so we spent the morning lunch and early afternoon in the fun park, and then the rest of the afternoon, in the aqua park. it was low/mid 20's in temperature, so we went when the kids got cold (tip: towel handy so you can dry off between rides) We ate a the average cafe with average food (sandwiches/burgers/hot dog) which was fine - (no real options for gluten/dairy free) - but you can take your picnic in, and there's loads of (covered) spaces to eat it You also get a wrist band or stamp so you can go back to get stuff out of your car, if you need to. Tip - when parking, make sure you can't be blocked in, plenty of spaces but it's a bit hap-hazard.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Response from Aline G, Responsable relations clients at Cobac Parc
Responded 21 Aug 2018
Dear BCMHV, Thank you for your interesting review! We are sure your tips will be very useful to other visitors. We are delighted to read that you and your kids enjoyed your day in our park! The team of Cobac Parc
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UkBrowns wrote a review Aug 2018
Brittany, France3 contributions6 helpful votes
Visited yesterday with two 14 year old girls. Arrived at about 10.30 the parking was ok but in between trees so beware if you don’t park where you can get out easily you will be blocked in people parking with no regard to others. At the entrance you have a choice theme park , water park or both we opted for both and paid 4 adults 86 Euro. It quickly became clear that the theme park although clean was outdated and the rides were not really that thrilling for teens better suited for children up to 10 so we moved on quickly to the water park at around 11.30 as this was the main reason for our visit At the water park entrance you can get a locker for 2 Euro but you have to leave photo ID, The changing rooms are old cold and dark but practical. on entering the water park there were sun beds in small areas quite nice had a feeling of being able to relax and watch the kids having fun, there seemed to be no ques at this point so the girls quickly did all the slides and we had our picnic lunch ( take a picnic only one small food area in main park not water park) At about 12.30 the water park was busy with ques for the slides as you may expect, there were lots of unaccompanied teens around by this time and the atmosphere changed security.arived and that was when our day was ruined. Our girls had gone off happily to join the ques for the slides after a while came back and said that the kids were spitting off the stairs above them they popped to the showers and went off again only to come back after being spat at several times. We spoke to the security who were not interested said they can’t be everywhere ,however, it seemed that spitting was a popular activity on all the slides for the groups of teens who had descended unaccompanied into the park We decided enough was enough and packed up at about 2.30 on leaving the park i again reported these behaviours but the staff were not interested and we left In all not a good experience maybe we were unlucky but beware before spending a good sum of money on this park.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Response from Aline G, Responsable relations clients at Cobac Parc
Responded 14 Aug 2018
Dear UkBrowns, We are deeply sorry to read that you were victim of disrespect from other customers. Be sure that we will relay those uncivil behaviours and our staff’s lack of reaction to the Director. We hope it won’t prevent you from trusting us again. The team of Cobac Parc
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