Dasiy and I went to an enclosed park today in Olney Milton Keynes, it’s set behind the Rugby Club. It’s fairly big with lots of equipment. It’s not the best park for young toddlers or pre walkers but there are lots of interactive equipment to keep the kids entertained. There was a climbing frame with one side being an actual climbing wall with monkey bars and a fire mans pole. There were speakers for kids to talk through, a steering wheel with pretend gears and other little b
I have another great enclsoed Milton keynes Park to reccomend here. North Crawley park is completely enclosed and set away from the road behind the village shop and the village hall. It’s very old school but Daisy loved it. The equipment was challenging enough to keep her entertained. Daisy has only recently managed to climb ladder steps so for younger toddlers they wouldn’t be able to manage the climbing frames alone. There were two toddler swings, roundabout which they can
We visited this park today in Bow Brickhill. It’s in a lovely green area with lots of space and picnic benches. We didn’t stay long though because it wasn’t very young toddler friendly. Daisy’s almost 2 and a brilliant climber but she couldn’t manage to climb up to the ship climbing frame meaning I had to keep lifting her up. It’s a real shame as the little slide and bridge were good fun for her. The wheel on the ship didn’t spin which I know is sooooo important for toddlers!
We visited the snail park in Walnut Tree and we had a great time, Daisy loved the snails and there were even some spring flowers out. The park itself has a soft AstroTurf floor which will be great for younger toddlers who are just learning to walk or even little crawlers – no mud here! Daisy 20 months old needed help to climb the climbing frame but once up she loved it. There is also a chalk board so be sure to take some chalk with you. There is a spinny ‘thing’ which Daisy e
This park is located in Great Holm and it’s such a well designed little park. The wooded sculptures are fantastic and great for toddlers and children. Toddlers who love sand and climbing will love this park. Take a bottle of water too and let them play with the sand and sticks. There is a little climbing frame and wooden car, a tunnel, baby swing and other little bits. Such a fantastic park and well worth a visit. The park is not enclosed and is surrounded by houses and under
Stanton Low Park is our absolute favourite park. When you’re there you don’t realise you’re in the middle of a housing estate. There is a zip line, a rather steep slide, be warned! A bike track, swings, wooden tractor and play houses. Things to climb and balance on. Loads of green space and more. It's also dog friendly if they stay on the lead. If you walk through the park and over the canal bridge you can do a nice walk to St Peters Church ruins where we have also spotted so