We embarked on a 25-minute journey to reach the enchanting “Eko Park” farm.
Situated amidst vast farmland, the farm welcomed us with the sight of a beautiful, small lake. We continued along the trail and came across a playground with ninja racks for play, horse riding for the kids, archery, a zip line, and numerous chameleons. Another playground featured a large trampoline, and there was a bar serving ice cream, melon, watermelon, and orange juice.
Naturally, a sizable restaurant is part of the setup, and inside, there are two play areas for kids. Outside, you’ll find various animals such as ducks and geese, along with yet another playground.
We ascended a flight of stairs that led us to a hanging bridge, providing access to a stroll through the orchards. The orchards boasted a variety of fruit trees, including peaches, plums, watermelons, cherry tomatoes, regular tomatoes, grapes, and raspberries.
Our adventure was momentarily interrupted by rain, preventing us from exploring the nearby woods, which looked quite appealing.
In summary, our visit to “Eko Park” was a resounding success. This place exudes charm and is a true gem!