There are some fantastic ‘Halloween and October Half Term Trails in Berkshire’ taking place in October 2021. I have also included at the bottom of this post some permanent trails in Berkshire which you can also explore. If you would like to PYO Pumpkin this blog post gives you information on where you can pick one.
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Where are the Halloween and Half Term Trails?
First Days Hot Air Balloon Trail, Wokingham Town Centre, 23rd October 2021 – 31st October 2021. A trail map can be purchased from Blue Orchid Cafe, Brown Bag Cafe, Wokingham Library and First Days HQ. Minimum suggested donation £3. Click here for more details.
Temple Way Community Scarecrow Hunt 2021, 23rd October 2021 – 31st October 2021. Trail maps are available from Jocks Lane Park Cafe and Golfplex Cafe. Recommended donation of £2 in aid of Sebastian’s Action Trust.
St Michael’s School Scarecrow Trail, Sunninghill, 25th October 2021 – 31st October 2021. Trail maps £3 each from local shops. Click here for more details. Click here to see a video of last years St Michael’s School Scarecrow Trail.
Binfield Scarecrow Hunt, Binfield, 23rd October 2021 – 31st October 2021. Trail maps £3 each from Crema Coffee Shop, The Foxes’ Den or Binfield Village Stores. Click here for more details. Click here to see a video of last years Binfield Scarecrow Trail.
Crowthorne Magic and Mystery Trail, Crowthorne, 23rd October 2021 – 31st October 2021. £3 a map available from the Co-op and the Pinewood Cafe. Click here for more details.
Mortimer Scarecrow Trail 2021, 23rd October 2021 – 31st October 2021, Mortimer Village. £1 per map from local stores. Click here for more information.
Spencer Wood and Three Mile Cross Halloween Trail, 25th October 2021 – 31st October 2021. £1 per map available available at Budgens (3MX). Click here for more information.
Jennett’s Park School PTA Storybook Scarecrow Trail, 22nd October 2021 – 30th October 2021. Maps minimum donation of £2, maps available at Sears. Click here for more details.
Scarecrow Trail by The Royal School PTA, Old Windsor, 23rd October 2021 – 30th October 2021. Click here for more details and a map.
RG Halloween Hunt 2021, 27th October 2021 – 31st October 2021, click here to join the Facebook Group with further details.
FNMR Spooky Trail, Finchampstead, 27th October 2021 – 31st October 2021. Click here for interactive trail map.
Finches Pre-School Halloween Trail, Finchampstead Memorial Grounds, 29th October 2021, 10am – 12noon. £3 per family and a prize for the children upon completion – will they pick a trick or a treat? Click here for more details.
(AD) Wasing Park PYO Pumpkins and Woodland Trail, Wasing Park, Aldermaston, 9am – 4pm on 22nd – 31st October 2021. Click here for more information.
(AD – Affiliate) Treasure Map Trails maps are available for Eton, Windsor, Maidenhead and Marlow. They are perfect for families with children aged 5 to 12 who are looking for an alternative outdoor adventure and an opportunity to discover a local town. Click here to buy a map.
South Hill Park Nature Trail and walking trails, Bracknell. Click here for more information. Free of charge.
The Eton Walkway, Windsor. Free of charge. Click here for more information. During Summer 2021 Eton Information Centre have launched a special family quiz and teddy bear hunt, alongside the Eton Walkway. Pop into the information centre, 67 High Street, Eton.
The Food Chain Trail, Warfield. Click here to read about the walk we did to discover wooden carvings on The Food Chain Trail.
In Wokingham you can do The Mosaic Trail, The Blue Plaque Trail and The War Memorial Trail. These trails are all free, click here to access the trail maps.
Braywick Park Trail, Maidenhead. Free of charge. Click here for more information.
The Herschel Park Tree Trail, Slough. Free of charge. Click here for more information.
Burnham Beeches Sensory Trail, Buckinghamshire. Click here for more information.
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*Click here to view the Berkshire Mummies disclaimer. This blog post is written to the best of my knowledge when posted on 14th Sepember 2021, changes could have been made to the trails since this blog post was written so make sure you check before travelling.