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Dalby Forest Discovery Pass

Discover Dalby all year round

Enjoy visiting Dalby Forest in 2016 with a Discovery Pass.

Over 3,000 loyal visitors discover Dalby every year making the most of their annual pass and coming back as many times as they like.

You can buy a Discovery Pass online or on site from the Visitor Centre Information Point.

A Discovery Pass is only £48 and has some great benefits:

Included with your pass

Free parking at Dalby Forest for a year
Special offers at Dalby Forest Café
10% off Christmas trees at Dalby
15% off per person at Go Ape Tree Top Adventure and Forest Segway*
15% off Forest Holiday cabin bookings*
10% discount on pre-booked paintballing and multi-activity days in Dalby Forest with Dalby Activity Centre*
Access to Forest Live concert pre-sales for Dalby
Seasonal e-newsletter packed with news, events and activities

Your contribution counts

Your Discovery Pass contributes directly to the upkeep and improvement of Dalby Forest.  Here’s what we’ve done at Dalby since 2005 by investing £6.7M and serving over 450,000 visitors annually:

  • Courtyard redevelopment                                          
  • Cycle Trail developments                                            
  • Opening of Visitor Centre                                           
  • Replacement of Pexton entrance booth              
  • Go Ape high wire course                             
  • Construction of black World Cup route  
  • Bridge installation into the Courtyard             
  • Go Ape Segways                                             
  • Lumberjills sculpture commission                                            
  • Forest Drive upgrade                                    
  • Visitor Centre redevelopment                  
  • Sneverdale play area redevelopment    
  • Go Ape Tree Top Junior                                               
  • Development of blue cycle trail (part 1)
  • Dixon’s Hollow remodelling                        
  • Development of blue cycle trail (part 2)
  • Car park Seivedale                                                          
  • Dalby Traffic Management        

Tanya Rex, Recreation and Public Affairs Manager for the Yorkshire District explains: ‘The price increase for Dalby is following investments we have made into the facilities and infrastructure on the site over the past 10 years. The additional revenue that will be generated will be used to offset increases in costs which we have absorbed for a number of years and also to allow us to reinvest further into the site, providing high quality facilities for people to use for recreation.’

* Terms and conditions apply.

Last updated: 29th November 2016

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