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Action Park for Schools

Action Park for Schools

Action Park in Kiewit is the ideal destination for a fun activity with your class. The Park is located in the Kiewit Sport Centre and provides a wide range of outdoor activities for everyone aged 12 years and older. On a trip with nursery school children or children from primary school. Then go to the Sportbos (Sport Wood) and the Verkeerspark (Traffic Park) in the Action Park

Low rope-climbing course

This course is located among the trees approximately 1 metre off the ground. You will learn various techniques for getting through obstacles. Some of these obstacles are also on the water course and high rope-climbing course.

The low rope-climbing course includes:

  • cat crawl
  • balance beams 
  • monkey bridge
  • elephant feet
  • ring bridge

Only under supervision of Action Park.

High rope-climbing course

This course is  4-5 metres from the ground. Learn how to secure yourself and apply this on the course between the trees. Your balance, agility and nerve are all put to the test here.

The high rope-climbing course includes:

  • ring bridge
  • vine bridge
  • indian bridge with beams and tyres.
  • crawling net
  • parrot jump

Only under supervision of Action Park.

Water course

This course is set up above a play pond The aim is to get across the course without falling in the water. You are not attached to any harnesses so you have full freedom of movement. And if you fall? Well not to sorry, the water will break your fall.

The water course includes:

  • trapeze bridge 
  • balance beams on rafts
  • tyre steps
  • swinging ropes 

Don't forget to bring spare clothes and a wash bag for a shower afterwards!

Only under supervision of Action Park.

BMX course

BMX cycling is very popular with youngsters That's why we have set out a challenging course with the necessary bends and jumps.  This course offers fun for young and old, experienced and less experienced BMX riders.

The daredevils can go quicker and higher around the bends and try out the jumps, whilst the less experienced BMX riders can take it a little easier.

Helmet, knee pads and elbow pads are compulsory!

Unsupervised use is possible...:

  • provided this is allowed by the staff
  • at one's own risk
  • provided you use your own gear

Climbing wall

The climbing wall is 12 metres high Climbing is always according to the 'top rope' principle.  

Various climbing routes:  

  • 2 easy climbing routes for initiation
  • 2 difficult routes with overhang for advanced climbers
  • 3 alternative climbing routes with a fire station pole

The death ride is located at the highest platform.

Only under supervision of Action Park.

Death ride

The death ride (cable) leaves from the highest platform of the climbing wall and has a total cable length of 100 metres.

The platform can only be reached via one of the climbing routes. The climbing route you choose depends on your level.

You slow one another down after you have first learned the right technique.

Only under supervision of Action Park.

Fire station pole and alternative climbing routes

At the side of the climbing wall there are 3 alternative climbing routes of various grades of difficulty.

You climb to the top of a platform then descend using the fire station pole.

Only under supervision of Action Park.

Mountain bike track

This track has been designed in collaboration with experienced mountain bikers. The track is located entirely within the Kiewit Sport Centre site and totals approx. 1.5 km.

Technical course

A high skill level is required for this technical course. Next to the difficult obstacles there are alternative routes for the less experienced mountain bikers.

Unsupervised use is possible

  • provided this is allowed by the staff
  • at one's own risk
  • provided you use your own gear

Helmet use is compulsory.

Speleobox

Inspired by caves and designed by speleologists, this is a good training area to learn how to move in confined spaces. After a first reconnaissance circuit there is always time for a few terrific variations. The peep holes provide some interesting light play.

In cases of emergency the components can be pulled out from one another or the side panels removed.

Only under supervision of Action Park.

Beach volleybal

In front of the cafeteria of the sport hall there is beach volleyball field.

Unsupervised use is possible.

  • provided this is allowed by the staff
  • at one's own risk
  • provided you use your own equipment

Skatepark - Action Park

When laying out this terrain we placed equipment both for beginners and advanced skateboarders.

  • fun box
  • jump ramp
  • vert
  • half pipe

Unsupervised use is possible

  • provided this is allowed by the staff
  • at one's own risk
  • provided you use your own gear

Use of protective gear is compulsory.

Hockey field

In the skeeler park there is a hockey field surrounded by metal competition boarding that helps prevent the puck or ball being hit out of the field. You can also use the boards to rebound your shots, which makes the game more interesting, even for the less experienced players.

You can also play hockey without skates/skeelers.

Use of protective gear is compulsory.

Unsupervised use is possible

  • provided this is allowed by the staff
  • at one's own risk
  • provided you use your own gear

Team building

Which team works the best together and successfully finishes the task the quickest?

A number of components include:

  • A-course
  • ski course
  • tug of war
  • flying carpet

Only under supervision of Action Park.

Orientation course

There are 5 fixed beacons spread out over the Kiewit Sport Centre and 10 beacons in the Kiewit Nature Reserve. 

Visiting all these 15 points in a logical order will provide about 2 hours of walking pleasure.

Maps are available from Kiewit Sport Centre (technical office by the athletics track) for 1 euro each.

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