This Breton amusement park was opened in 1989, and is visited by about a quarter million people annually. The various fun rides and attractions are scattered over 17 acres and a pretty lake. Entertaiment cover all sorts of activities such as bumper boats, circuit roller coaster, inflatable slides, trampolines, train-rides, go-karting, petting zoo, mini-bikes, bicycles, pedal boats and adventure circuits… the list goes on. There is also a camping area; you can rent a mobile home or a cottage, or get your own campervan, caravan or tent.
Entrance Ticket Details For La Recre Des Trois Cures
- Free for anyone shorter than 40 inches (1 metre).
- EUR 12.50 for under 12.
- EUR 14 for disabled.
- Check attraction website for further deals.
- Book tickets online.
La Recre Des Trois Cures Hours
- The park may be closed for extended periods September – April. Check the park schedule on the attraction website.
How to Reach La Recre Des Trois Cures
- You’ll have to drive down to the park.
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54.4% of people who visit Brest include La Recre Des Trois Cures in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
88.89% of people start their La Recre Des Trois Cures visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 5 Hrs to see La Recre Des Trois Cures
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting La Recre Des Trois Cures
La Recre Des Trois Cures Reviews & Ratings
Big kids and small all had a fabulous time
Nice day 6 hours comfortably. No penny pinching either .
Great activity park for all the family. Highly recommended.
Great day out for the family. Good selection of rides and very friendly staff
Kids loved it. Could really do with some investment in modernization.