Located in the heart of La Manga del Mar Menor and forming part of the Dos Mares Ociosport Leisure Resort, the exciting Peke Park La Manga is a lovely amusement centre where the young ones can burn off their endless energy and meet new friends during their holiday. Visitors who are staying further along the ‘strip' or in the Cabo de Palos area that don't have access to a vehicle can use the handy local bus service that runs the entire length of the ‘strip' and stops at the Plaza de Bohemia just 200 metres from Peke Park La Manga.
Peke Park La Manga Attractions
The park is aimed more towards younger children although there are one or two activities that teens will enjoy as well as two restaurants handily located next to a bouncy castle, playground and the mini golf course so parents can enjoy a drink or meal while the kids have fun. Both restaurants cater for events and birthday parties with the availability of special group menus.
Trampolines – The trampoline area is enclosed with soft mesh and padded poles for extra safety and there are a total of 10 trampolines with padded areas separating them which makes it possible to bounce from one to the other and perform all sorts of acrobatics.
Peke Pista – This is a soft play area popular with younger children that is padded throughout with side nets, climbing ropes, punch bags and tube slides.
Bouncy Castles – There are several huge bouncy castles at Peke Park La Manga, each with a different theme such as Disney and Safari with a variety of slides, stairs and obstacles.
Karts & Motos – Budding young Moto GP and Formula 1 drivers and riders will have great fun on the choice of go-karts, cars and bikes that run on various tracks with soft wall protection.
Boats – These are exciting 2 seater boats for those that prefer to pilot around the mini lake instead of the race track and also provide the chance for a refreshing dip in the midday heat.
Bungy Bouncer – Consisting of two bungy cords fixed to poles on either side and attached to a harness in the middle, once strapped in the young ones can bounce for the skies.
Mini Golf – An activity families have enjoyed for decades and a chance to get some respite from the sun in the shady areas around the course that presents different obstacles on each hole.
Park Train – A great way to check out the park when you first arrive, the park train is brightly coloured with happy animals adorning each carriage and an elephant shaped engine.
Restaurants – There are two restaurants at Peke Park La Manga, Bamboo which is the kids favourite and serves more of a snack menu, and Rolling which has a superb outdoor terrace with a seating capacity for 250 diners and serves grilled meats, fish and traditional paella.