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Parks for Winter Recreation in St. Petersburg
December 31, 2019 14:21


The famous resort of Leningrad Oblast - “Okhta Park” - is situated at a distance of 10 kilometers from the Northern capital. This is a cottage village where you can spend your holidays in an active way among the picturesque pine forest at the source of the Okhta River.

The resort offers tourists a wide range of sports and entertainment services for every taste and age. Winter sports enthusiasts are especially attracted to equipped ski runs, ski trails with lifts, skating rinks and all kinds of attractions. You can descend from a steep slope on an inflatable sleigh. Notwithstanding the low mountain landscape of the park, you can experience the breathtaking speed. Exciting routes of various difficulty gothrough the rough forest terrain. The resort has gyms, a system of outdoor swimming pools with heated water and spa bath complexes.

With the onset of the summer season, you can spend a wonderful vacation in Okhta Park, no less interesting than in winter. There are relaxation areas with hammocks and sunbeds, numerous children's attractions, sports fields and many outdoor swimming pools.

Laplandia Park

Here you can plunge into the atmosphere of a winter holiday, go ice skating and visit a deer farm on Krestovsky Island in Laplandia Park. Visitors like to come here during the winter holidays. Acceptable conditions for a merry vacation for a full family are created here. An outdoor ice rink is filled with artificial ice.

A special refrigeration system constantly maintains the ice temperature suitable for skating, so you should not be afraid of the oddities of St. Petersburg's rainy weather. There is a rental point at your service; there you can take skates of any size, a helmet, and an auxiliary device helping children to maintain the balance on ice. You can also comehere with your own skates. There is a small deer farm with several open-air cages on the park’s territory. Guests can feed the dwellers of the far North and admire these animals as long as they want.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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