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Baby parks on the snow

Discover the best playgrounds on the snow for children

The best time is the time we spend with our loved ones, big and small, having fun together and building memories.

Trentino is the ideal destination for a family holiday, with facilities & services focused on the little ones so it’s easy to find offers and activities to make their holiday unforgettable.

Take for example the snowparks, the playgrounds or the baby parks, no matter what you call them, the key word is: fun!

Have you ever experienced a snow park with your children? Don’t wait any longer, discover the best baby parks in Trentino.

In Val di Fassa

San Pellegrino pass is home to a world of enchantment: Kids Paradise! This playground, with both indoor and outdoor areas at the Chalet Cima Uomo mountain hut, boasts slides, playhouses, and a real cable lift. And then of course there’s Blanco, the lovable mascot of Kids Paradise!

In Val di Fiemme

At Alpe di Pampeago, the Kindergarten Bip Club Pampeago welcomes all children from 2 years of age and up. Moving walkways and a play-ski run are great ways to help kids find their feet on the snow. The snow-tubing slope, meanwhile, is purely for the fun of it!

In San Martino di Castrozza

Nasse Park in San Martino di Castrozza is the amusement park on snow belonging to the Prà delle Nasse ski school: it has a “first steps” area with a moving walkway, a slope for sledges and bobsleighs, and a snow-tubing slope to slide down on inner tubes. The babysitting service is safe and reliable.

In Madonna di Campiglio

The Baita del bimbo is a kid’s club in the heart of Madonna di Campiglio. Children are cared for by qualified entertainers: in the morning they will ski with ski instructors, while afternoons are for playing in the fresh air. It all adds up to a super-fun day for your children!

In the Giudicarie

Bolbenolandia is a little haven, tucked far away from the crowded slopes. With a gentle slope and two moving walkways, it’s recommended for both children and parents getting to grips with skiing. The park also has a slope for sledges and bobsleighs as well as a slope for inner tubes.

In Val di Sole

At Tonale Pass, Fantaski has 2 well organised areas: the ski area with a moving walkway to reach the 2 ski slopes, accessible with a ski instructor or parent; and the play area, with bounce houses, a slope for sledges and a carousel, accessible with a parent.

In Dolomiti Paganella

The Winter Park Andalo is an impressively equipped amusement park just a stone’s thrown from the town of Andalo. It has 3 slopes: the multi-lane snow-tubing run for safe descents, the snow-tubing slide with thrilling curves for an exciting descent, and the classic slope for bobsleighs and sledges. There’s even a special area for the youngest visitors!

In Val di Non

Funny Park Nevelandia is a world of entertainment even for the youngest visitors: magic carpets to get to the top, and slopes to speed back down on! There’s a slope for mini slalom fans and a carousel to learn how to keep your balance, just like on a ski-lift!

At Alpe di Trento

On Monte Bondone, the city of Trento’s own mountain, La Tana di Skippy is a safe, warm haven to learn and play while mum and dad are skiing. Children can get their lunch here as well as enjoying a tasty snack.

In Alpe Cimbra

La Casa dell’Orsetto Prunnpeer is a playground in the snow on Alpe Cimbra. It features an outdoor area equipped with inflatable games and characters from fairy tales. Children from 4 to 12 years of age will be cared for by entertainers. Close by, there’s an opportunity for all the family to have fun on a sledge.  To get back up, try the sledge lift!

In Vallagarina

On the snow of Monte Baldo, the Polsa Baby Park is a play area with swings, foam rubber animals, seats for children and parents, and a slope for bobsleighs served by a moving walkway. For children aged 3 years and over, there’s also the 'Polsa Primi Passi’ teaching slope.

Published on 19/10/2021