The spectrum of sports opportunities in this park is so wide that it may not be fully explored by anyone. The facility is a rather well kept secret, as I does not seem to be properly made known in wider circles. My family has for eight years enjoyed in-door swimming, climbing, mini-golf, ice hockey, figure skating, down-hill skiing, plain down-hill sledge running, and walking in this park. We accidentally attended a hip snow board event there, with magnificent music performed by a DJ from a matte black Red Bull old times-looking vehicle. Also, we have often witnessed some peculiar sport consisting of throwing discs into baskets, which is well cared for in this park. And tennis. The climbing facility may be the most special gem. It consists of taking one self through series of hurdles between the tall pines of the forest, hovering over the earth in solid gear that is meticulously demonstrated by the safety-oriented crew. Grades of difficulty between the tracks are designed from tiny kids to real big heroes. There is a hotel in the compound, which you will find on the general website for this park: http://www.skienfritidspark.no/eng. This hotel is not luxury, it is a "Sportel". Expect friendly, helpful and cheerful personnel, a strange smell in the lobby, simple furnishings, a variety of guests including short-term workers from less fortunate countries, and then a bunch of fun in the park. Personnel in the sports facilities is usually inexperienced, and not very knowledgeable. But they mean no harm. It would not be wrong to spend two or three days here. Prices are not intolerable, by Norwegian standards. Dig in!
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