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Free Activities

There is always something to do around Milton Country Park. Check out these activities below that won't cost you anything to participate in. Please do consider supporting us to keep these facilities free.

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Orienteering

Milton Country park has a permanent orienteering course, put in place by the West Anglian Orienteering Club.

 

Maps are avaliable to download using the button below.

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Playground

The Playground is a perennial favorite for our younger visitors.  With smaller equipment suitable for preschoolers and large wooden climbing frames for older children, as well as the natural play area full of trees, whole afternoons can be whiled away with ease.

Please supervise children at all times. No dogs in the playground area.

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Active Mile

The Living Sport Active Mile encourages children of all ages to be physically active. Come and explore the park at your own pace and walk, run or wheel you way around a mile (or more!) of our lovely paths.

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Table Tennis

2 outdoor table tennis tables are available on the edge of the playground, near the entrance to the Sunclock.

Bats and balls can be borrowed for free from the park office, next to the cafe.

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Bird Watching

Whatever the season, the wildlife and particularly the birds at Milton Country Park are worth a look. From our overwintering ducks in the winter to kingfishers in the height of summer, there is always something new. Don't forget your binoculars!

Bird seed for feeding the ducks and swans is available from the office for a small charge.

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