The natural playground at Gram Castle is inspired by the castles history, and the way castles were constructed during the time of Valdemar Sejr - the first king to own Gram Castle in the 1200s - with a rampart surrounding the keep and a tower, from which to look out for the enemy.
The rampart on the playground is hollow, forming an underground passage, where children and playfull adults can test their courage; only very little lights shines through. Besides the rampart, you can also find embrasures, assault ladders on the rampart, dungeons, swings, a slide and climbing ropes.
The playground lies in the forest by the castle lake with direct access through the underground passages to the forest and shelter-site. In the area you will also find a campfire site as well as tables and benches, where you can take a break and enjoy the surroundings.
The playground at Gram Castle is for everyone who enjoys to play, and it is publicly accessible and free all year around.