Child Friendly Activities

Child friendly restaurants and Kiddies activities in the Garden Route:

Happy Valley restaurant and indoor play centre, George
Happy Valley is one of the biggest indoor play centres in the Western Cape, with loads to keep the kids busy for hours, no matter what the weather. Enjoy a well-earned break while the kids play in a secure and happy environment. The coffee shop has a large menu of delicious food and beverages for the whole family. Parties are their specialty with loads of fun themes to choose from.

Let’s Go Bowling & Let’s Putt, George

Let’s Go Bowling a purpose-built entertainment venue comprising eight synthetic lanes with Conqueror scoring. Pappa G’s Trattoria for amazing pizzas and pastas and for the carnivore’s ribs and Eisbein to tuck into. Let’s Putt mini golf, nine holes of mini golf as well as an outdoor jungle gym. Kids indoor jungle gym catering for kids up to the age of six under.

Redberry Farm

The country life and sweet berry experience – George
Discover spectacular strawberries, artisan eateries and outdoor activities at Garden Route’s favourite family destination, Redberry Farm.
This commercial strawberry farm is just outside George past the airport and is a great place to spend the day with your family. Aside from all the other activities on offer, like a tea garden and hedge maze, it’s the strawberry picking that most people come here for. It’s also a good way to educate your kids about farming and where their food comes from.
Both adults and kids can explore our enchanting activities, available on selected days of the week, such as uncovering the secrets of the strawberry inside the largest permanent hedge maze in the Southern Hemisphere, pick your own strawberries and enjoy a ride on the Redberry Express Mini Train, to name a few.

Garden Route Paint ball, Herolds Bay

Garden Route Paintball started out of the need for paintball on a regular basis around an organized structure. We have a passion for people and paintballing.
We do serious paintball but also fun for the whole family.
Our slogan “WE PAINT THE GARDEN ROUTE” says it all

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George Museum

The stately building in which the George Museum is situated was once the Drostdy and dates back to 1811. The museum itself was established many decades later in 1967 and is, to a large degree, dedicated to the timber industry, which was the financial foundation of George and the Garden Route.
Its aim is to educate locals and visitors about the history and heritage of this part of the country, and how it affects the Western Cape of today. To this end, a large part of the museum is dedicated to the old tools and implements used in the timber trade of long ago, as well as a stunning yellowwood remake of the woodcutter’s cottage. In addition, there is a section for the planting of indigenous trees.

Elevate Action Centre – George

This indoor trampoline park is located in George, with more than 70 connected trampolines (600+ m²) and a state-of-the-art go-kart track, we will get your blood pumping in a heartbeat.
The indoor facility, focusing on active and healthy family fun. Individual visits, corporate identities, groups of like-minded teams and schools are all welcome.

George Wildlife Park – George

The George Wildlife Park is home to a number of happy and healthy animals.
Some of the resident farm animals at the George Wildlife Park include pigs, bunnies, chickens, geese and dwarf goats. Visitors can view these animals and even have the opportunity to feed them. At the Predator Park at the George Wildlife Park visitors can view 2 Bengal tigers, 2 cheetahs, 2 servals and 2 caracals. At each enclosure visitors will find a board with interesting facts about these animals. School groups and other groups are welcome and tours can be arranged for these visits.
Feeding time for the Bengal tigers is at 14:00 daily. Make sure you are at the George Wildlife Park between 1 and 2 for the feeding tours.

Garden Route Birds of Prey Rehab Centre – George

A visit to the Garden Route Birds of Prey Rehab Centre is great family friendly attraction. Avid birders, people looking for things to do in the area and young children with inquisitive minds will all find a visit to this rehab centre extremely educational and interesting. The centre does rehabilitation of all raptors and you will learn more about the rescue, rehabilitation and the conservation of falcons, eagles and owls. During your visit to the centre your guide will introduce you to between 30 and 40 different raptors.

Victoria Heights Animal and Reptile Park

The park is between George and Wilderness and houses a large variety of reptiles in their natural habitats. Among the reptiles, there are Anacondas of more than 5 meters long, Cobras, Rattle Snakes, Bullfrogs, “Boomslange” and leguaans. The Reptile Park is also home to a talking crow, small birds, monkeys and farm animals like goats and rabbits and more in the touch farm!
There is a Super Tube of 8,5 meters high. The Super Tube and picnic area are perfect for those hot days! Picnic tables and umbrellas are placed around the Super Tube. Braai facilities available! Open 7 days a week from 9:30 to 17:00

Outeniqua Transport Museum and Outeniqua Powervan

Experience a day down memory lane and visit the Outeniqua Transport Museum where you can see many different old steam trains.

Inside the museum is a variety of 13 steam locomotives, including a narrow gauge, the Emil Kessler- Johannesburg’s first steam locomotive, the impressive GL Garrett together with carriages from a bygone era, such as a coach from the Royal Train of 1947, Paul Kruger’s coach and private saloons, just to name a few, are on display.
A photo gallery depicting some of the most breath-taking photos of South African steam can be seen, poetry relating to train travel, crockery and cutlery previously used on main line trains and in station restaurants are on display.

The Powervan offers a unique experience where you can enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Garden Route. Departure and arrivals are from the Outeniqua Transform Museum. The trip offers an enjoyable ride for the entire family.

Perdepoort Horse Trails

These trails are situated in Wilderness heights, 6km from the village. They offer rides on a beautiful 65ha private farm. The trail takes you through the indigenous forest where one passes a giant 400-year-old yellowwood tree watching over the forest. Children and novice riders are safe, and the more experienced riders can have lots of fun trotting and cantering! Bookings are essential and rides go out at 10:00 and 15:00 every day, weather permitting.

Timberlake Farm Village between Wilderness and Sedgefield:

f you are looking for adventure to precede the whole family, you can visit Timberlake Farm Village between Wilderness and Sedgefield. Experience the majestic forests of the Garden Route National Park like never before with a trip to Acro-branch.
Located in the Timberlake Organic Village, guests will enjoy the jaw-dropping beauty of the forests, lakes and mountains that surround the park. Slide, balance, jump, crawl or swing through the action-packed courses.
Still the hunger with organic meals from the award-winning Zucchini Restaurant or relax at Schwaben Deli – a fantastic German style deli that specializes in cured meats, cheeses and German products.

Acorn Guest House

4 Kerk Street
Bodorp
George
6529
Phone: +27 (0) 44 874 0474
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