Foldvik Familiepark

  Photographer: Gunnar Berven

  Photographer: Gunnar Berven

  Photographer: Gunnar Berven

  Photographer: Gunnar Berven

  Photographer: Gunnar Berven

  Photographer: Foldvik Familiepark

  Photographer: Foldvik Familiepark

  Photographer: Foldvik Familiepark

  Photographer: Gunnar Berven

  Photographer: Foldvik Familiepark

  Photographer: Foldvik Familiepark

  Photographer: Foldvik Familiepark

  Photographer: Gunnar Berven

  Photographer: Foldvik Familiepark

  Photographer: Gunnar Berven

  Photographer: Foldvik Familiepark

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Adress Foldvikveien 53
3294 Stavern
Phone Helene Myrvold Foldvik
Longitude 9.971957
Latitude 59.001497

Foldvik Family Park in Stavern is located 4 km from Stavern. Foldvik Family Park is an idyllic place with more than 50 activities where the whole family can relax and have fun

.One may become acquainted with the many different species of animals such as lovely cats, rabbits, pigs, calves and a variety of birds, you can jump on the gigantic air-cushions, take a ride with the train, ride horses, jump in the hay, play golf, drive on the moon car track or just relax in the beautiful terrain! Foldvik Family Park is located near Foldvik Nursery and farm. This is a real and authentic park and the visitors are able to by vegetables and of course the very famous Foldvik strawberries and strawberry juice. The park is just over 87 000 square meters. At Foldvik Family Park the whole family can create their own good memories! In the park you will find beautiful flowers which in itself is a good enough reason to treat yourself to a visit. During the season we have over 20 000 flowering plants which makes the visit a therapy also for the eyes. Foldvik Family Park has a small café that sells coffee, waffles, soda, ice cream, sour cream porridge, French fries, sausages, chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, and strawberries and cream when it is the season for this. It is possible to rent a grill, and find a nice spot for grilling for those who want to bring with them food themselves.

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