Milton Creek Country Park
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Photo Credit © Lynda Marshall

The country park has a great network of paths with other footpaths including the Saxon Shore Way linking with the park. 

Across the park there are a number of marked routes with colour coded way markers to help you navigate the park. This also includes an art trail with rubbing plaques (further details below). Alternatively, you can just follow the paths and make your own route as short or as long as you wish.  

Walks, Trails & Activities

Blue Route – Art Trail

Art Trail – 1.31K (route is suitable for wheelchairs and buggies unless the ground is very wet).


Rubbing Plaques – Art Trail

Twelve rubbing plaques have been installed as part of the Art Trail. Download a copy of the trails’s story sheet below:


Red Route

Red Route – 2.26K (not all of the route is suitable for wheelchairs and buggies).


Twig Activity Sheet

Who fancies getting twiggy with it!! Print this off or take it on your phone for the children and big children to see how many of these you can find in the park.


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 whilst adhering to current government Covid-19 guidelines.

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!


The Meads – Lost Words Project

Take part in the Meads Community Woodland colouring competition to win a copy of the Lost Words book and an Easter Egg!

E-mail your colourings to Anna Outdoors or post on Milton Creek Facebook page by Sunday 18th April 2021 to be in with your chance to win!

There are a number of activity sheets that you can print out or  download to your phone, so you are ready for an adventure!