Spring is such a beautiful time of year as the flowers start to appear, lambs are born and the bird song comes to life. Here are 10 things to do outside during Spring in Berkshire.
Things to do outside during Spring in Berkshire.
- Find Bluebells
- Go Geocaching
Geocaching is the ‘world’s largest treasure hunt’ which is great family fun and a free outdoor activity.
- Eat Ice Cream
There are lots of places selling tasty ice-cream by the scoop in Berkshire. Click here to find out where to find tasty ice cream.
- Sandpit Play
There are so great play areas with sandpits, so a great place to play as the weather warms up and sun shines. Here are play areas in Berkshire with Sand Pits.
- Go for a Picnic
As the weather warms it’s a perfect time to get outdoors to enjoy a picnic. Why not head to the River Thames, a park or even have a picnic in the garden? Click here to discover good picnic spots in Berkshire.
- Go for a family friendly Walk in Berkshire
Berkshire Mummies have tried and tested loads of family friendly walks in Berkshire. Why not go and discover somewhere new for a walk? Click here to view walks in Berkshire, check out buggy friendly walks too.
- Do a Walking Trail
There are a number of free walking trails around Berkshire. Click here to find out where they are.
- Go to the Park
There are lots of fantastic parks, play areas and playgrounds to enjoy in Berkshire. Why not discover a new park in Berkshire. Click here to read about 25+ parks in Berkshire and the surrounding area.
- Visit a Farm
Visiting a farm in Spring is a wonderful chance to see Spring lambs, baby chicks, calves and more. There are a number of farms in Berkshire you can visit including Bucklebury Farm, Beale Wildlife Park and Jake Playbarn and Mini Farm.
- Play Golf
There are some great adventure and miniature golf courses set up for families to play at in Berkshire. Click here to find out where they are.
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