Cape Adventure Playground rope bridge

Crouch Hill

Superhero capes on!

Get messy, climb, create a superhero lair, try indoor arts and crafts and junk modelling, paint masterpieces, collect minibeasts, play sports and games or simply read a book and chill out

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Playing at our adventure playgrounds is free. All you need to do is register.

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Clay day at Awesome

At Cape Adventure Playground adventurers can get creative, explore nature and play outdoors, making full use of the labyrinth of rope bridges and tree houses. Bounce on a trampette, create a theme song on a piano or design your next costume in our play building.

Play is free for six to thirteen-year-olds and supervised by our Awesome playworkers – all you have to do is register and have fun. Oh, and Cape Adventure Playground isn’t just for superheroes – we have plenty of budding scientists, explorers, writers, artists, footballers and paleontologists too!

What's on?

DIY Day, international children's book day and whos the celebrity Guest(is there one?) Plus minute to win it, hurry before time runs out.

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Tami, an adventurer from Cape Adventure Playground

“I’m happy I come to Cape… It has built my self-confidence and I have so many friends. The playworkers are awesome – they have made me feel safe and encouraged me to try new things.”

Tami, Age 11

Information Boring bits!

Opening times


Term time
Monday to Friday: 3.30pm – 6.30pm
Sunday closed for private hire

School holidays
Monday to Friday: 9am – 5.30pm

Planned closures

We are working with the adventurers on our annual closures that we will pin up here shortly.

Parents Guide

Contact us

Tel: 0203 875 3662
Email: benjamin@awesomecic.co.uk

Location

How to find us

Address: 85 Crouch Hill N8 9EG
Where is it: In the north of the borough in Crouch Hill
Nearest bus route: W7

Superhero sidekicks

Meet Cape Adventure Playground’s awesome playworkers

Playwork Coordinator & Designated Safeguarding Lead

Watermelon Man

Playworker

Larva Man

Did you know?

Swing building at Cape

Once upon a time in 1970 (or thereabouts) a resident of Crouch Hall Court created Cape Adventure Playground. But it wasn’t always called that. It was originally called CROP Adventure Playground, but over the years local children have given the playground numerous names: ‘Wooden Bridge’, ‘The Bowlers’ and finally ‘Cape’ when the logo of CAPE theatrical designs was found in an old transformer station which later became the playground’s building.

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