Trying to entertain a teenager can sometimes be more challenging than entertaining a toddler! There is lots they can do in Berkshire though. Here are some activity ideas for teenagers in Berkshire.
Free Activities for Teenagers in Berkshire
BMX Tracks and Skateparks – Great places to socialise with friends whilst remaining active. Click here for Berkshire Mummies’ comprehensive list of skateparks and BMX tracks in Berkshire.
Walking Trails – There are a number of walking trails in Berkshire – and they’re all free to do! Click here for the list of walking trails in Berkshire.
Museums – There’s a huge variety of museums in Berkshire so there should be something to suit most interests. Most of them are also free to visit. Read our list of museums here.
Large Play Areas – Teenagers on the whole are no longer interested in playing in play grounds but there are lots of large play areas in Berkshire that they may enjoy with features such as basketball courts and football pitches. Click here to read our list.
Picnics – There are some great places to picnic with friends in Berkshire. Take a read through 20 Places to Picnic in Berkshire here.
Bike Rides – Bike rides are a free, and a great way to socialise and exercise. Click here for our suggestions of places to go for a bike ride in Berkshire.
Walks – Walks are free and there are so many places to go for one in Berkshire! Click here to find them all.
Mercedes Benz World in Weybridge – Great for car and racing enthusiasts and it’s free to enter! You can find out more here.
Sports and Activity- Based Activities for Teenagers in Berkshire
Trampoline Parks – They’re a great way to burn off energy and have fun too. There is usually somewhere to grab a bite to eat at the trampoline centres too. Click here for Trampoline Parks in Berkshire.
Segways – These are lots of fun and something a bit different to try out with friends. You can find them at Swinley Forest in Bracknell (at Go Ape, near The Look Out), Black Park in Slough or take a look at Segway Trails for venues in Windsor and Slough.
Swimming – There are plenty of swimming pools in Berkshire – take a read through our list here.
Golf and Footgolf – You don’t have to be a professional to enjoy golf, mini golf can be just as fun! Lots of the mini golf centres in Berkshire also offer Footgolf and driving ranges too. Click here to find out where they are.
Water Parks – If you are looking for water fun click here for some Aqua Parks in Berkshire.
Paddle Boarding and Kayaking – Read our On the Water in Berkshire blog to find out where you can hire boats, kayaks and paddle boards in Berkshire.
*Ninja Warrior, Guildford – This is lots of fun for all ages! The course is very similar to the one you see on TV minus the water! There are two obstacle courses with two walls to challenge yourself on. Plus a huge inflatable obstacle course, which has everything including a wrecking ball and slides. Click here for more details.
Other Activities for Teenagers in Berkshire
Bowling – Here is a list of bowling alleys in Berkshire.
Geocaching – free outdoor fun for all ages. You can read more about it here.
Ice cream – go for a tasty treat with friends. There are plenty of places to enjoy a good ice cream in Berkshire. You can find out where they are here.
Escape Rooms – These are so much fun for older children. You could try Puzzalogical in Bracknell, Timetrap Escape Rooms in Reading. Knockout Escape Rooms in Reading, Deadlocked Escape Rooms in Reading or Escape in 60 in Windsor.
Pottery Painting – If you’re after a quieter activity then pottery painting is great. There are lots of places to visit across Berkshire and you can find our list of them here.
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