The park has offerings including burgers, fish and chips, mexican, and italian. But the best ptions are the local favorite liked grill wursts and fries.
The park is open from March through November. The park is open every day from May to August. Consult the park website for the schedule outside of those months.
Established Seasonal events
The park holds a Halloween celebration for a few weekends in late October.
Access & Location
From Antwerp, Brussels, Ghent, Bruges, Hasselt: Take exit 20 on the E313 'Herentals-West. At the exit you'll drive right N13 (Herentalsesteenweg) You will then take the Ronglaan around Herentals. You follow the ring to an oval roundabout. You can take the first exit and drive the N123 (Lichtaartseweg) in. You stay on this road and after about 5 km you drive right into the Olensteenweg. Approximately 1 km further on your left, is Bobbejaanland.
The park can be reached via the 305 Bus from Leuven or Turnhout.
If arriving by rail you need to take the 305 Bus from the Herentals Station.
Nearby hotels can be found on the parks website:
Is Bobbejaanland the weirdest, most eccentric park in Europe? Could be--and there is nothing wrong with that! Bobbejaanland retains its American West heritage in one area of the park while it works to modernize the other areas including the first of its kind coaster, Fury. However, the park needs to re-evaluate its relationship with virtual reality. The park has unique attractions, water rides (one heavily themed and indoors), and the most politically incorrect shooting dark ride anywhere. Everyone should enjoy themselves at Bobbejaanland--unless they have lost their sense of humor.
This park is great, with the Typhoon and the sledgehammer it has some of the best rollercoaster and thrill ride in belgium. The water rides, coasters and thrill rides are also fun and the shooting ride is just brilliant.
It's hard to get a handle on Bobbejaanland. Maybe it's just best not to think too much and simply enjoy this wacky place, with its eccentric mix of coasters (Evolution is one of the weirdest rides anywhere), politically incorrect shooting dark ride, and well-done (if rather random) Wild West theming--but that doesn't explain the odd mutant tree inside the entrance. Just pack your sense of humor and be sure to plug plenty of Mexicans, women, and Confederate soldiers on the El Paso Express, hombre (it's like a cartoon spaghetti western).
I think this park is interesting in some rides but it miss a lot of theming around! But it's still nice, Typhoon is pretty good, Revolution is surprising, Dizz is a good addition but a little too short in my opinion, the best thing of the park is definitely the staff, really pleasant!
Talk about a unique park. There is a lot to offer that you wouldn't find anywhere else. This is one of those parks that would "never be in America". The parks coasters are pretty fun also. Typhoon is intense, and the parks family coasters have their charms. Basically, a day at Bobbejaanland will make you smile. The park has a nice line up of thrill rides, a great dark ride, great water rides, and a great Western Area. And to think that it's in the same country as Walibi, it's the total opposite.
Really fun park with stuff for all ages at every turn
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