Europe's leading forest climbing park designer presents tree house concepts for the 21st century.
For many people, tree houses are part of their most cherished childhood memories. "And nothing's changed there," confirms Ewout van Voorst, Managing Director of Skywalker Adventure Builders, the Dutch company acclaimed all across Europe for their innovative and "green" outdoor climbing park designs all across Europe. "Children are still fascinated by a tree house, and all that comes with it - a place to have fun, a secret headquarter for creative play, a space where imagination has no limits."
Skywalker develops new incentives to get kids active in nature
Now it's official: One in four children in Europe is now overweight or obese. The reasons for this are manifold, and, by no means, undisputed: unhealthy food heavily advertised and marketed to children through TV and other media on a daily basis, neglectful and ignorant parents, and the continuous decline of PE in schools over the past decade in every European country. Whatever the root of the problem, nowadays children and teenagers are as physically inactive and sedentary as no generation before them.
Reuselhoeve Park offers innovative interactive climbing experience for visitors of all age groups.
According to Outdoor & Leisure business analysts, operators of traditional outdoor parks really feel the pressure these days. Visitors and investors alike are asking for innovative solutions when it comes to commercial outdoor sports and leisure venues, including next generation of activities and innovative and exciting team building programmes.