5 things to do in Milton Keynes this Easter

The Easter holidays can be a tedious time. Finding an endless amount of fun for all the children can be difficult. Sometimes you need to venture out into the countryside to find the best activities. Here is a list of the best things to do in the countryside this Easter break…

From skiing, to farmyards, to Gullivers Land theme park, there is a fantastic range of activities that will appeal to everyone in the family. Not only will the family be encouraged to get outdoors, they will also be partaking in educational activities, too.

Explore Emberton Park

Emberton Park, just outside of the idyllic town of Olney, provides outdoor activities for children such as; climbing frames; trampolines; bike paths; sand pits and lots of green space to pitch up for a game of rounders or football.

It’s a great location to spend the day and get outdoors.

Easter Wonderland at Mead Open Farm

Fancy taking the whole family for an educational day out to see some animals? It’s a bit of a drive from Milton Keynes, located just outside of Dunstable, but is worth the journey. Mead Open Farm are holding a special event – Easter Wonderland – where extra activities are scheduled in to keep children entertained and spend the day with animals.

Watersports at Willen Lake

Willen Lake offers a variety of watersports, like wind-surfing, kite-surfing, paddleboarding, canoeing, kayaking and pedalos. With family pedalos only being £12 to hire for an hour, it’s a fun way to get out and about in the fresh air.

If water isn’t your thing, why not try out the Treetop Extreme? One of the biggest and safest high rope adventure courses in the south of the UK. With over 50 obstacles to choose from, you’re bound to find an activity that suits you.

Tobogganing at Snozone

Less of the brisk countryside and more of the ice cold snow. Why not put some salopettes and a wooly hat on and head to the slopes? Not only do they offer skiing and snowboarding lessons, they also do sledging – a fun day out for both adults and children to learn a new skill and play in the snow.

Extravaganza at Gullivers Land

The Easter weekend at Gullivers Land will feature; games and competitions; entertainment on stage and an Easter Bonnet parade! Perfect for children aged between 2 and 13, the theme park offers a super selection of rides and attractions.

Not only does Milton Keynes have the city and countryside feel to it, but it’s also only a 30 minute train journey from the heart of London. Fancy a big day of shopping down Oxford Street, then retreating back to the calm of Milton Keynes? Look no further.

With Milton Keynes having a variety of things to do this Easter, Cotels is a cosy place to stay if you are travelling from afar. Perfect for the whole family to feel at home, even away from home.