Today’s playdate is about getting out and exploring woodland. I’m hoping mummy bean is going to take me out to visit some woods this month and there are plenty of places to visit near us.
Here’s five woodland play areas you can visit in Hampshire
- Staunton Country Park: Stauton has a farm, gardens and woodland; there’s plenty to explore. There’s a kids trail and a great new play barn for little beans too!
- Lakeside Country Park: This country park near Eastleigh has a steam railway and acres of park and woodland to explore. It’s open every day and parking is free!
- Royal Victoria Park: This park has so much to do and see.Trails and woodland walks for all, a play area with climbing wall and a miniature steam railway!
- The Forest of Bere: One of the most accessible woodlands in Hampshire, the Forest of Bere has an adventure play park, nineteenth century woodland and plenty of trails to explore.
- Creech Wood: You can learn about different habitats at Creech Wood. There’s a large variety of trees of different ages and you can have fun spotting which creatures like to live in which trees. There’s a new play park there too!
I hope you’ve enjoyed this weeks…