3 Exciting family adventures

Going out for a family trip sounds exciting for kids, but coming up with a new and exciting activity to experience can present a challenge for some mums. Sure, everyone loves the thrill of visiting new places and doing new things, but let’s be honest: it can be hard to come up with something that your kids will surely enjoy.

In this article, we rounded up unique family adventure ideas that are sure to keep your kids from getting bored and being in front of a screen all day long! Here are three fun-filled family adventures you should try out soon:

Camping

When the weekend rolls around, there’s no better way to spend it than basking in the wonders of nature with your family. It’s the perfect way to get your kids to engage outdoors and not online. Attend bird tours, go on quick hikes, sleep under the stars in a tent, and appreciate the calmness of nature altogether. You’ll be surprised how the entire experience will strengthen your bond as a family!

Petruth Paddocks in Cheddar, Somerset, is a family-friendly campsite for families with younger children. The campsite is also dog-friendly so let your four-legged friend tag along with you. There are many activities to do around the area—visit the Wookey Hole Caves, the City of Wells and its cathedral, or enjoy a nature walk in the Mendip Hills.

Fishing

Going on a fishing trip with the kids entails more than wetting a line or riding a boat. What makes fishing a great activity is that it teaches valuable life lessons. Fishing teaches kids to love and take care of the environment and survival skills not taught in school. Likewise, this activity teaches perseverance. A fish doesn’t immediately bite on the bait, and it takes patience and determination to catch one. And when your kids finally get the fish, they’ll understand that success comes from hard work and patience.

The Rushmoor Lakes and Waldegraves Holiday Park Fishing Lakes are great family-friendly fishing destinations. As a parent, be wary of the unexpected events that can put a damper on an exciting fishing trip. Make sure to familiarise yourself with the basics of fishing and let everyone wear a life jacket while fishing, including you!

Visiting a farm

A farm can be an educational playground for young, curious minds—fruits and vegetables grow from it, tractors travel across it, and various animals live inside it! Most open-for-public farms also have a petting zoo that allows children to see animals, such as sheep, cows, and ducks. Visiting a farm not only allows the whole family to be one with nature, but it helps children understand where food comes from. It also gives them the chance to take part in harvesting crops and other farm activities!

The Dairyland Farm World in Cornwall and Odds Farm Park in Buckinghamshire are fantastic destinations wherein the whole family can get a taste of farm life. These fun-packed farms offer a range of activities for the entire family to enjoy, from feeding animals to milking cows!

 

Whether you’re looking for a quick trip or staycation with your family, a day out at a campsite, fishing destination, or farm park guarantees unlimited fun for everyone. 

 

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