Clement’s Orchards is a family entertainment and leisure park located between Lodz and Warsaw. However, one looks in vain here for rollercoasters, dynamic carousels, loud music, or queues for attractions. For us, it’s more of a relaxing place, full of activities for children, and very natural and peaceful. If you are interested in what attractions await in Clement’s Orchards, we invite you to read on.
Klemens Orchards is a relatively new place on the map of children’s attractions in Poland. It opened in 2017, and it was only the pandemic that motivated us to discover this place, located between Lodz and Warsaw.
The park was built on the site of former apple orchards, and it is apples that will accompany you throughout your visit. At the very entrance, we are greeted by giant fruits resting on giant crates that form the gateway to the park. After passing it, we can treat ourselves to organic apples arranged in crates along the footbridge that leads visitors toward the first attractions.
So what is in store for us at Clement’s Orchard? It is a place where, on the one hand, you can rest and relax among the greenery, and on the other hand, there are many attractions for children, scattered throughout the park so that adults can also relax.
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Walking is an ideal way to discover the place. We recommend taking a walk on the wooden footbridges around the entire site, and you will not miss anything.
The first thing that catches your eye, as soon as you enter, are the large inflatables that stand in the central part of the Orchards. And while we understand that children love jumping on these inflatable attractions, they take away from the atmosphere of the place. So it’s worth trying to ignore them, or encourage children to come here at the very end, because the Orchards have many more interesting attractions to offer ;)
Just look to the right, and there is a tractor-drawn train waiting, which toddlers can safely set off on their journey. The trip is quiet and baaavery slow, so our Olive got bored rather quickly, but for smaller kids the ride is just fine.
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So let’s go ahead :) Just walk a few steps and we are at the iodine-saline graduation tower, where loungers await parents and big blocks await children. Walking further among the trees we come to more interesting attractions: a birch maze, trampolines, a monkey grove, an obstacle course, although we have to admit that the biggest interest is the metal, long and wide slide. We did not use it, because it is for larger children, but we read reviews that you need to be very careful in this place, because the metal gets very hot in the sun.
A go-kart ride on a dedicated track proved to be great fun. Children can drive on a winding track full of obstacles, and at the same time try their first time behind the wheel.
If ghosts, spirits and spider webs don’t scare you, then take a look at the Scarecrow – it’s a fenced area with a designated path, where scarecrows, spiders, various strange creatures await you, all accompanied by tunes straight out of The Adams Family. The place is for children ages 7 and up (younger ones can also enter, as no one checks ages, so it’s more of an age recommendation).
Perhaps you’d be interested in descriptions of other theme parks we’ve been to?
We recommend in particular:
– Majaland Kownaty
– Illusion Farm
– Magic Gardens
– Julinek Amusement Park
– JuraPark Krasiejów
Heading from Strachowiska towards the exit, an obstacle course full of footbridges, bridges, ropes, chains awaits you, on which you need to demonstrate a good sense of balance. Of course, right next to it is a footbridge on which you can easily walk and ride a stroller, so you are not doomed to acrobatics.
But that’s not the end of the fun :) Just around the corner awaits a hill where you can play with giant inflatable fruits, and a piece further on is a rope park. It is essential to have athletic shoes for the rope park, because the staff will not let you in in sandals. This is understandable, of course, because safety comes first, yet it is a shame that such information is not posted at the entrance to the park or on the website. So if you plan to take advantage of this attraction then prepare accordingly.
Last but not least, we left ourselves with a giant sandbox and a small water park with a paddling pool where children could play endlessly. The sandbox is partially covered with sails, and there are plenty of toys and a water faucet so children can play little builders. We suggest bringing a change of clothes with you because there is a good chance (or risk) that the little ones will come out all wet and muddy (remember, a dirty baby is a happy baby ;) ).
As you might have read so far, younger visitors have a multitude of attractions at Clement’s Orchards, but adults have not been forgotten either. For them there are many places prepared with deck chairs, hammocks, places to relax, so while the children are going crazy, the parents are relaxing :)
Importantly, there is no lack of an educational dimension here either: circling Clement’s Orchards, children learn about animals, plants and environmental protection. There is no shortage of information boards about the natural world and animals living in the area.
There is an on-site cafe (next to the go-karts) and a restaurant just off the exit, where you can order lunch, something sweet and drink fruit juice.
Who are Clement’s Orchards for?
Clement’s Orchards is an ideal place for families with children. Toddlers under 2 will be most occupied by the giant sandbox and water attractions, while older children will have plenty of fun on playgrounds, inflatables, a rope park, trampolines and tunnels.
Price list of Clement’s Orchards
Tickets to Clement’s Orchards can be purchased online, on the facility’s website or at the box office, at the entrance.
Pricing is as follows:
Normal ticket – 29 PLN
Discounted ticket – 25 PLN
Children under 2 years of age enter for one zloty.
Family tickets are also available, and so, for example, a 2+1 family pays 75 zloty for entry, and a 2+2 family pays 95 zloty. If you happen to have a birthday then you pay only 1 zloty for entry :)
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Attention! Clement Orchards opens for the 2021 season on 30.04.
The opening hours for the upcoming season are not yet announced, but as soon as they are, we will update the post :)
Location and access to Clement’s Orchards
Clement’s Fairytale Orchards
Podskarbice Szlacheckie 1
Klemens’ Fairytale Orchards is located in Podskarbice Szlacheckie, less than 10 kilometers east of Rawa Mazowiecka. Although it is still Lodz province, it should take less time (less than an hour) to get there from Warsaw by car than from Lodz.
To get to Klemens Orchards, you need to reach Rawa Mazowiecka, and then take road 725 in the direction of Biała Rawska. In the village of Kaleń, turn right towards Podskarbice Szlacheckie. After less than 3 kilometers, there will be a dirt road on the right, which will take you to Clement’s Orchards.
There is a large, free parking lot on site.
Our opinion about Clement’s Orchards
Clement’s Fairytale Orchards is a nicely arranged place full of nature, trees and tranquility. There are plenty of spaces for rest and relaxation, with deck chairs, hammocks, chairs with tables, and picnic areas waiting for visitors.
On the other hand, there is no shortage of interesting attractions for children, ranging from train rides, playgrounds, an obstacle course, and a Scared Park or a rope park. In a word, we strongly recommend it! :)
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