Facts regarding Fårup
We have tried to collect some interesting facts regarding Fårup Summerland. If you are missing specific information, you are more than welcome to contact us here.
Fårup Summerland compromises a total of 110 hectares, of which the park itself with rides, pedestrian areas, dining areas and parking lot fills approx. a quarter. This amounts to nothing less than55 soccer fields!The remaining area ensures good distance to neighbors, and make for a truly authentic feeling of a walk in the forest in between the tall, beautiful trees.
The largest one day attendance was Wednesday July 20 2011, when 18,842 guests visited Fårup Summerland.
The largest collected attendance for a whole season was achieved in 2013, when a total of 656,904 guests visited Fårup Summerland.
When will you visit the
Even though our attendance is highly dependent on the weather, there are still a couple of rules of thumb you can use to plan your visit. During peak season for instance, we normally havefewer guests in the park onMonday, Friday and Sunday, and early and late season, theregular weekdays are the least visited. Always be aware of which days we are closed when you plan your visit.
The split between Danish and foreign visitors is respectively 80 and 20 percent. Norwegian, Swedish and German tourists make understandably up the largest part of these foreign guests.
About 89 percent of our guests spendmore than 5 hours in the park, and almost 98 percent of our guests are satisfied or very satisfied with their visit to Fårup Summerland - the whole stay considered.
In the summer time, we have about400 dedicated employeesin a wonderful mix of young students and healthy retirees and early retirees. All with a big smile!
Orkanen (Hurricane): Europe's second best new roller coaster in 2013 (Kirmes)
Scandinavia's best amusement park (barnsemester.se),
Scandinavia's best amusement park (barnsemester.se), 2012
The world's third best service (IAAPA), 2010-2011
The world's third best family park (Amusement Today), 2010-2011
North Jylland's best place to work for young people (LO's Jobpatrulje), 2011
In 2007 Fårup Summerland went from being a 4-Star to being a5-Star Attractionin the Danish Tourist Attraction's classification of Danish attractions. This is the maximum number of stars, and that means that Fårup Summerland is "a sterling attraction at the international level".