Top 10 best things to see and do at King George’s Playing Fields
PUBLISHED: 17:00 08 September 2018 | UPDATED: 17:11 08 September 2018
While the weather is still warm and the rain is just about holding off, might as well make the most of the sunshine and where better to do so than at King George’s Playing Fields in Warley.
Here are just some of things you can spend your weekends doing there to keep everyone happy.
Rascal Bay Adventure Golf to a Tee
From pirates and a volcano, to dinosaurs, crocodiles and a treasure chest, Rascal Bay Adventure Golf to a Tee has it all. If you’re a mini golf lover like myself, then you’ll love this fun-filled 18-hole course.
The playing fields features this unique sensory garden for the blind which has been built with the purpose of stimulating the senses. So not only is it a beautiful place to relax, it’s designed to be enjoyed by everyone.
Made up of mini ramps and a jump box, if you fancy practicing your skating skills, then this is ideal for you. The course was refurbished and transformed in 2013 with help from the Brentwood Skatepark Association. Riders of all abilities are welcome.
While there are lots of things to do in the playing fields, sometimes it’s good to let your imagination run wild. So be adventurous, play games and explore what lies within the forest with your friends and family.
Give yourself a break and relax while you let your little ones enjoy mucking about at the children’s playground. There’s plenty of apparatuses for them to swing, climb and slide off of.
Feel like you need a bit of peace and quiet away from everyone else? Then the formal gardens might be a better fit for you. The tranquil surroundings and beautiful flowers make it a wonderful garden to walk through.
Football, rugby and cricket as well as other sports are often played on the playing fields. So why not join in yourself or start up your own match to pass the time at the weekend.
Looking for somewhere nice to walk your four-legged friend? Everywhere you look, there is always a dog or two lapping up the sunshine at King George’s Playing Fields so you won’t feel out of place by no means
Youngsters can scale the great(ish) heights of this children’s rockwall. Designed for small children only (sorry mums and dads), this a great way to let your kids get a taste for adventure without any of the danger.
If you want to play a less strenuous sport than football and rugby, then perhaps you can try your hand at bowls.
There are two greens dedicated to playing the popular game, ready to use when you are.
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