It has a sand pit area and wooden structure for children to climb up and then put the sand down the chutes. It resembles a smaller version of the sand and water pump area at Sywell Country Park – but there’s no water. There’s a small climbing frame which is good for toddlers and a larger climbing frame which has a wide bumpy slide. The tarmac floor is multi-coloured. There are animal shaped rockers as well as carved wooden animal sculptures. There’s a fun wobbly pirate ship and a baby swing. The park is beautiful in the summer and set amongst wild flowers. It’s easy to get to – the best postcode is MK10 7ER which takes you to Trafalgar Drive which is the road opposite the park. It is of course a residential area so please be considerate to people living there when parking.
With a range of bright yellow and green play equipment there’s lots to enjoy for a variety of ages. There’s a big slide, nice climbing frame, swings, roundabout, parkour area and skate-boarding slide rail and lots of grass to run around on. The park is behind Great Linford Primary School, off the Green. MK14 5HA.
Safari MK, an exciting new soft play & children’s party venue in Milton Keynes! You can book for up to 30 children for Football, Pirate, Princess or Glow in the Dark Parties or up to 50 children in our Sunset Celebration Room. Not only they have fantastic 3-tier play frame with sections for all ages but also a Jungle Base Camp imaginative play area; the sports zone and the cart track.
“I’M OK!!!” 😊 FUN INDOOR PLAYGROUND 🤸 for Kids and FAMILY | SOFT PLAY | 360 Milton Keynes 360 Play – for people living in Milton Keynes and the surrounding area, seeking active and fulfilling things to do with their children, 360 is the place to go – whatever the weather. 360 is the biggest and the best children’s entertainment centre because it enables active, imaginary and creative play in a fantastic, safe environment. 360 provides the setting but your child’s imagination can write the script. Relax and enjoy playtime with your children. Some of the activities available: Musical Carousel and Dodgem car track 3 storey indoor playframe Sports Walls for interactive games 360 Street – an interactive play street where imaginations can run wild CLUB 360 – outdoor fun with sandy beach and paddleboats … Hi guys, Thanks for landing here again, on our Kids for Kids, Family Friendly, Toddler Videos Channel. The channel stars them, Maya, and her little sister Sophia, and sometimes mom and dad! We love animation, cartoons, going to the park, visiting indoor, outdoor playgrounds, discovering new places. We will have lots of fun as they will grow up together. Thanks again for visiting their channel. Please subscribe, like, comment & enjoy watching the little girls grow up together! And…click the bell as well so that you are notified when a new video comes out!
Wind in the Willows park in Great Holm, Milton Keynes. There’s a good range of wooden play equipment including a car, house, big swing and tunnel. We love the carved characters which include toad, badger and ratty. It is a park you can spend some time at. Be considerate where you park. It’s in Petworth in Great Holm. If you put the street name into your GPS then you’ll come down Holyrood then you need to turn left and you’ll see the entrance to the park. Alternatively the closest postcode we’ve found is MK8 9DH. Wind in the Willows park in Great Holm, Milton Keynes it’s a themed park based around the characters from the story. You walk through a wooden entrance way to discover lots of fun wooden play equipment. Maya absolutely loved the small climbing frame with the pulley. In fact she spent most of her time at the park lifting the bucket up and putting it down again. There’s also a wobbly boat which I know is a favourite with toddlers and a car which has a steering wheel. There’s a big swing, baby swings and a small tunnel as well as a small wooden assault course with different level steps.
Stanton Low Park is the best new park in Milton Keynes. In fact I’m going to stick my neck on the line and say this is one of the best parks in MK all together. Why? Well it’s big, beautiful and has equipment for a variety of ages. It’s definitely worth going out of your way to if you live on the other side of the city. There’s a fun zip-line. I know it’s fun, because I tried it out for you. My boys are too small to go on it at the moment so of course I had to check it out. There are some good wooden houses which are great for little ones as well as a tunnel and slide. There are baby swings and big swings. There are balance beams and a big rock sculpture thing
There are two fun outdoor play areas in Brooklands Meadow Park, each different in design to cater for younger and older children, they are very popular in the summer months. The park is well used by local residents with a rapidly increasing catchment area. Attractive, ornate bridges are scattered throughout the park and provide a real point of interest. There are also some pleasant wildflower areas along the margins of the brook itself. Please be careful when visiting during wetter weather – the site does flood considerably when rainfall is heavy. We would recommend dogs are kept on leads in Brooklands Meadow Park. …. This is probably the park in MK that we have visited the most. It has a sand pit area and wooden structure for children to climb up and then put the sand down the chutes. It resembles a smaller version of the sand and water pump area at Sywell Country Park – but there’s no water. There’s a small climbing frame which is good for toddlers and a larger climbing frame which has a wide bumpy slide. The tarmac floor is multi-coloured. There are animal shaped rockers as well as carved wooden animal sculptures. There’s a fun wobbly pirate ship and a baby swing. The park is beautiful in the summer and set amongst wild flowers. It’s easy to get to – the best postcode is MK10 7ER which takes you to Trafalgar Drive which is the road opposite the park. It is of course a residential area so please be considerate to people living there when parking. http://miltonkeyneskids.com/project/b…#
Last week Maya spotted a little mouse in the house. At first we didn’t believed her, mommy thinking she is mentioning her toys. But she saw it after and we ordered some traps. We placed some cheese inside and that’s how we caught Mickey Mouse. We went out to release him at Fuzton Lake. A wonderful place near us. After that, we played and walked and fed some ducks. A lovely evening. Furzton Lake Don’t miss Providing a striking landmark at Furzton is the Triple Star Head sculpture by Romanian artist Paul Neagu, shaped like a comet with its tail erupting from the earth. Look out, too, for the Silhouetted Portals by Wendy Hitchings – wooden sculptures on the islands near Lynmouth Crescent, which have proved popular with the resident bird population. Find out about the artworks at Furzton Lake and in our other parks here. There is a designated barbecue area near the ‘star’ car park, off the V4 Watling Street. Groups of 10 or more will need permission from email@example.com Sport A Model Boat Club operates from Furzton, using the bays on the Lynmouth Crescent side of the lake. Fishing at the lake is managed by Milton Keynes Angling Association. Korfball is played on Thursday nights in the summer. Events For full programme see our events pages. Wildlife Volunteers help The Parks Trust clear the islands of scrub and bramble, to provide a better habitat for ground nesting birds. The lake also has a large population of geese and other waterfowl. Car parking Free car parking at the following locations: V4 Watling St opposite the National Bowl Lynmouth Crescent between Swimbridge Lane and Pinkworthy Shirwell Crecent Charging points for electric cars can be found in the car park off Shirwell Crescent. Toilets There are no public toilets at this site, but the hotel has customer toilets during opening hours. Disabled access There are good all-weather paths around the lake with some steep gradients near the outflow close to the V4 car park.
SWITCH UP YOUTUBE KIDS for OUTDOOR Playground Fun | Creative Play | Emberton Country Park Video We went out in Emberton Country Park, a wonderful park in Milton Keynes. It has excellent play areas which includes a big pirate ship, a big slide and a floor trampoline. There’s also a new creative play area with shingle and a sandpit with diggers. Lovely walks around the lake. Maya even spent some time with some ducklings. You can easily enjoy a good few hours there. The park is free to enjoy – you can park a bit further away on a residential street or otherwise charges apply in the actual park itself. Emberton Country Park is a 200-acre (0.81 km2) Country park on the Great Ouse River, located near the village of Emberton, near the town of Olney, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom.
Ce frumusețe, ce gazon mereu verde, ce copăcei interesanți, colorati, fiecare mai deosebit decât celălalt. Un Eden în miniatură. Așa mi se părea grădina din fața casei unui vecin. În comparație cu celelalte, alea normale, cu iarba cam parjolită, niscaiva buruieni ici și colo, neuniforme, fără pietre de diferite culori, grădina asta era cu siguranță P E R F E C T Ă. Ieșea în evidență de la câteva case distanță.
Asta până m-am apropriat să o contemplu. Vroiam să mă minunez, să rămân mut, să-mi fie rușine. M-am oprit și m-am uitat atent.
Șoc! Ce dezamăgire…
Totul era de plastic. Gazon de plastic, flori de plastic, chiar și unii copăcei de plastic. Erau vreo doi vii, dar tot nu-mi venea să cred. Fără parfum, fără viață. Artificial. Kitsch.
Cred că prefer grădinile alea neuniforme, cu buruieni ce trebuie scoase regulat, uneori pârjolite de soare dacă nu sunt udate, alea care te fac să îngenunchezi, să-ți sufleci mânecile, tâmplele sa-ți asude, spatele să-ți trosnească pentru a le îngriji, chiar dacă știi că niciodată nu le vei scoate perfecte.
Tot așa cred că prefer și oamenii.