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All reviews bring carrots mating season wild boar animal lovers feed the animals hand fed peaceful place fine place kids will love beautiful forest lovely walk couple of hours worth a visit apple tame nature stags
Really worth a visit, we keep comming back to here - every time you get to see a lot of bambi’es - bring enough carrots and always have an emergency one in your pocket as the can be very persistent :) - enjoy your trip...More
The entrance to the park is free, and open during the sunny hours of the day. I'd say this place is suitable for anyone who likes animals. You are allowed to feed the deer with apples or carrots, which adds a lot to the visit.
It's mind blowing to see so many deers close to you, You can pet them but beware the stags, I probably got there in a not so good period, mating season probably, because I got attacked by them several times, and I wasn't the only...More
Very lovely place! Great for families with children and basically people of all age. Bring some snacks with you (for example carrots), so you have more chances of getting deers attention, but expect more then 10 deers following you around (they can smell from your...More
It's a small park with different kinds of deer. The terrain is 'hilly'. It's a nice place for some fresh air and a walk. No entrance fee. Don't feed the animals, they become cheeky and ends up being 'removed'.
Response from Istayedthere | Reviewed this property |
So sorry for delay, was only just alerted about your question. As soon as I stepped in through the gates (coast side of park) lots of deer come up to you immediately expecting food! Not sure about the location of the bridge.