Around the Park there are a number of permanent installations that provide activities that everyone can do like the Big Bee Game, the Rubbing Plaques Art Trail and the Orienteering Trail. There are also a number of activity sheet that you can download and use to explore the Park at various times of the year to discover what there is to see all around you. You will learn more about the trees, plants, animals, insects and reptiles that live in the Park. As you explore the Park look out for the interpretation panels that tell you more about the life in the Park and what is being done for its benefit.
Walks, Trails & Activities
Big Bee Game
The aim of the game is to be the first one to get to the the bee at the other side. To play the game you spin the arrow on the top of the bee post and see what colour it stops at, then you go the the nearest post of that colour and spin the arrow on that post. The first one to reach the bee at the other side wins.
Rubbing Plaques - Art Trail
Twelve rubbing plaques have been installed as part of the Art Trail. Download a copy of the trails story sheet below:
Marvellous Milton Creek Explorer Trail and Winter Spotter Sheet
This free fun-filled outdoor trail (aimed at young people aged 7 – 11 but suitable for younger ones with adult support) has been created so you can enjoy exploring your local country park during the winter.
And for the younger children see how many things can you find on our Winter spotter sheet?
Print these off by using the downloads below or download to your phone, so you are ready for an adventure!