In Odder you are never far from the nearest playground. In order to make it easy for you to find a place where the children can have fun in their right element, we have made a list of the best playgrounds around. 

Odder Library: At the Odder Library the kids can play inside and outside. Here you can combine a trip to the library with a trip to the playground that is best suited for young children. There is a slide and springers and inside the library you can read children's books, play or participate in activities for children. 

Bisgårdsvej: Close to Spektrum Odder you will find lots of tools for playing; A skate ramp, a multi-purpose sports court for many types of ball games, petanque courts, springers and much more. 

The duck pond: The playground Mølleparken by the duck pond near Odder Museum is located in a park with great facilities such as swings, climbers, a seesaw, a sandpit, a playhouse, tables and benches. You can enjoy your lunch here by the playground next to Odder Stream where the ducks also like to hang out. This is pure idyll!

Sønderbakken: Do you feel like a little family competition? At Sønderbakken in the forest Vejlskoven there is a lot of outdoor fitness equipment, so you can test yourself and find the strongest family member while enjoying the serenity in the nature. 

The Ecology Garden: In the Ecology Garden there is a nice roofed over straw playground. Here the kids can have fun while romping and jumping around in the straw. The Ecology Garden is Scandinavia's biggest public organic garden with more than 1000 plant species and animals such as petting goats, donkeys, sheep and hens. NB You must pay an entrance fee to visit the Ecology Garden.

The Fairytale Forest: The Fairytale Forest is a unique experience park with a sensory path and a natural playground consisting of swings, seesaw, balance beam and much more. You can also visit the Nisse (gnome-like creature that appears during christmas), the bog woman, the witch, the troll and many more. The fairytale forest focuses on nature, playing and learning. Old Danish legends and fairytales are told through QR-codes. There are great picnic facilities, a barbecue hut, a shelter and a bonfire. 
NB You must pay an entrance fee to visit the Fairytale Forest.  

See all the playground (and more) at Odder Municipality's map of playgrounds.

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