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Ravnedalen Naturpark

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Ravnedalen, Kristiansand, Norway
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This place is just nice to visit, walk around and take a rest...Nature is everywhere. Must to see... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Kristiansand, Norway
Nice woods and lakes

In Kristiansand, we stayed at an airbnb that happened to be immediately adjacent to Ravnedalen... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Cliff C
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Ravnedalen, Kristiansand, Norway
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This place is just nice to visit, walk around and take a rest...Nature is everywhere. Must to see when visiting Kristiansand :-D

Thank BSU6
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

In Kristiansand, we stayed at an airbnb that happened to be immediately adjacent to Ravnedalen. This turned out to be great for us. We could take a walk in the woods whenever we wanted. There are a number of trails, with maps posted at the...More

Thank Cliff C
Reviewed 17 August 2017 via mobile

Ravnedalen park was created by the uncle of one of the most famous Norwegian poets, Henrik Wergeland. There's a nice pond usually with swans. The general who designed it has his statue there. The park is at it's best in June when the big Rhododendron...More

Thank Espen L
Reviewed 18 July 2017 via mobile

This place is a nice place to have a picnic. There is a restaurant the with very good burgers. They also have a concert scene there so if you are lucky you can catch up on some norwegian pop or rock.

Thank Anders G
Reviewed 13 June 2017

The walk into the park is by these tall cliffs. You feel like you are walking into a secret garden. There is a restaurant with tables outside that overlook the pond. We had a great meal here, and reasonable by Norway standards. We were there...More

Thank Linda M
Reviewed 14 May 2017 via mobile

Situated within walking distance from the city center, Ravnedalen is a quiet and idyllic oasis where you can enjoy the nature, unwind and even catch a concert if you are lucky.

Thank Thoraveler
Reviewed 1 May 2017

If you reach this park from the city center side, you have a nice hiking on your way with beautiful and relaxing landscapes. In the end you have a big park with a restaurant where you can relax or grab something to eat. Plenty of...More

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Thank Karnac2000
Reviewed 12 February 2017

After shotting Ratseputs and Tequila all night long, few activities beats taking a stroll in Ravnedalen, watching the massive old trees, nice little birds in the pond, and just relaxing, slowly letting the memories from yesterday coming back to you like the approaching shadow of...More

1  Thank Pål R
Reviewed 8 February 2017

From Ravnedalen,m there is a lot of trails/paths wich brings you out in the nature. Ravnedalen is great for both young and old and has a variety of points to reach. Polular for picknic and easy access.

Thank 513kristianl
Reviewed 20 November 2016

Small park a short 15 minute walk form the centre of town with beautiful scenery and the cities best burger restaurant. Climb to the viewpoint and down again and enjoy a lunch at Cafe Generalen after.

1  Thank LisaSordal
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Response from Anders G | Reviewed this property |
Well I don't think so.
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Response from Krisztián Ferry... K | Reviewed this property |
Yes. Just remember to bring poopybags and make sure the dog doesn't start chasing after the residential birds. Leash on dogs is obligatory in public places in Norway or in the wild, when you encounter others. (meaning... More
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Response from Lynne A | Reviewed this property |
no, it is free.