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What to expect on a feeding

During the moose feeding times you have the best chance to see these amazing animals. The moose will get served branches, twigs or snacks depending on what their moose keeper decide is on their menu. The feeding usually lasts around 30 – 40 minutes. The feeding area is a smaller area located near the Store/house, which makes it incredibly accessible with wheelchair and gives you excellent photo opportunities. The moose decide themselves when to enter the feeding area. Therefore amounts of moose can variate during feedings.

When visiting us it is never a full guarantee to be able to feed and pet our moose. This depends on the amount of guests attending the feeding and also the amount of hungry moose during that particular feeding or day. We do however do our best to make this possible.

During July and August feedings could get very crowded.

Language: The guide will speak in English

Please note the we currently mainly have younger/smaller sized moose.

Feedings are at specific times and when the moose have eaten they will lay down and digest their food. They can still be seen when entering the moose park but they will most likely not get up and come close to the fence before they are hungry again.



There are some public trails around the reserve. These can be started from the parking area and requires no ticket. However, seeing moose on these trails is highly limited due to a large area and dense forest. The best area to see them in is in the feeding area.

The ticket gives you access to:

  • Feeding area (Small area where moose are being fed)
  • Participating in moose feeding with guide.
  • Kids forest play area (opens in June) 
  • Fact forest (opens in June) 
  • Activity folder/map