Parco Avventura del Lago di Cingoli


Set in a unique location, downstream from the dam of lake Castreccioni and near the Musone River, stands the Adventure Park of Cingoli. Its paths among the trees, made of bridges, walkways, nets, canyons and thrilling Tyroleans are suitable for all ages; out of the five paths two are specific for children (path Gnomes, Elves and Goblins), and three for teens and adults (Canyon 1 and 2, Tyrolean).

The surrounding area is also the ideal place to spend relaxing days, simply strolling along the lake banks or hiring boats, pedal boats, canoes, electric boats. On the banks of the lake can be found dining options, bars, agritourisms, and points with umbrellas. Besides the canyons and the spectacular Tyrolean of the Park, it is also possible to go for horseback rides or on an electric train above and below the dam of the lake.  Last but not least is The Museum of the Lake which represents a trip through culture, tradition and nature. The reservoir of lake Castreccioni of Cingoli has been chosen for an underwater path called "Our Lady in the Lake", dedicated to hypo-seeing people and blind and characterized by a series of statues of mythological subject,  150/170 cm tall and having a weight of three tons. It can be visited all year round.

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