Salcey Forest

Salcey Forest

FREE!!! (£4 TO PARK) – With it’s tree top walk, Salcey Forest is a brilliant adventure for young children.The structure rises to 15 metres above the woodland floor, with a crow’s nest platform at 20 metres reached by steps. It offers stunning views across...
Howe Park Wood

Howe Park Wood

Howe Park Wood is a lovely place to take young children for a walk. It’s accessible for buggies although like most woodlands can get muddy during wet weather. I walked my baby boy around the circuit in about 20 minutes although with a toddler would take longer....
Linford Wood Art Trail

Linford Wood Art Trail

The Art trail in Linford Wood is ideal if you have small children who are happy to go for a walk and like exploring – but don’t necessarily love walking great long distances. There is a free car park which is located just off the V7 Saxon Street between...
Wendover Woods

Wendover Woods

With its Gruffalo statue, trails and impressive den-building area, Wendover Woods is well worth a visit if you have young children. Take your wellies though if it’s been anything but amazing sunshine for weeks – it was SO muddy! As a fan of Julia...
Magic garden and Two Mile Ash park

Magic garden and Two Mile Ash park

SECRET GARDEN AND TWO MILE ASH PARK – Find the six fairy doors hidden in amongst the trees! (I’ve only posted a pic of one so you can have your own adventure – we found 4) The sculptures created by Ian Freemantle Wood Sculptor for this secret garden...