Go Ape – Normanby Hall

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A stunning backdrop for the Go Ape experience at Normanby Hall.

One of our latest sites that we have recently opened, the Treetop Challenge and Treetop Adventure course, is a bit different.

Every crossing is different. So you’ll have to push harder to navigate through each crossing, which can push you in different directions.

This Challenge obstacle course is designed to test your skills with free-falling Tarzan Swings, speedy zip wires, and the ever-tough stirrups.

The Adventure course is big and wild with the Adventure course. It’s more challenging than our other locations!

Normanby Hall is a pretty special place.

It has the triple benefit of setting the scene – a stunning stately home, a gorgeous country park, and the Go Ape signature forest.

Enjoy the views of Normanby Hall as you make your way to the course, and with Deer Park close by. You’ll be able to see from the top of a treetop these majestic animals when you’re on the course.

The Country Park is a stunning 300-acre estate in the middle of North Lincolnshire.

Explore the grounds and the house, which include the prize-winning Victorian Walled Garden.

Walk around The Deer Park (January to the end of September) and make your way to the fishing lake. Which is well-stocked for those who love fishing.

There’s plenty of fun for children, including two play zones, a kids’ Splashpad (open all summer season), an open-air train, and a Farming Museum.

There are a variety of trails that will have you active in the park.

Stableyard Cafe serves a wide selection of cold and hot drinks and food items. There’s also a gift shop with an array of items.

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Age Groups:
Various Ages - Dependant on Challenge
Club Benefits:
Accessible by bus
Pay As You Go
Refreshments Available
Year round activities

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