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Center Parcs Woburn Forest – Swimming and sliding and stomping around in the woods

Centre Parcs

I’m back from 4 days in the new Center Parcs in Woburn Forest. We had two days of gorgeous sunshine and two days of drizzle. On the sunny days we went tree trekking and geo caching (kind of like orienteering) and on the drizzly days we bowled and swam, although we swam a bit on the sunny days as well πŸ™‚

I did the little kids’ tree trekking route because my little one needed an adult with him. Bummer for me but he loved doing it with me. He has not done it before and was very nervous to start with but he did very well. The other kiddo who turned 10 while we were there did the harder course that finishes with a mega zip wire ride across the lake. Totally doing that one next time.

We spent a few hours every day at the “Subtropical Swimming Paradise”. Inside were amazing water slides and various play areas and swimming pools. Unfortunately no lap pool though. Outside were great rapids that the boys enjoyed the most so that’s where we spent at least half of our time each day.

I didn’t do any exercise as such. A few chin ups at the playground just to make sure I still can do them and lots of walking outside and stomping & sliding around in water. My legs were a bit tight when I went for my run yesterday so I can tell I should have used the holiday to stretch but I’m a bit lazy when I’m out of my routine.

How’s your week been?

P.S. I’m spending tonight at the Natural History Museum! 😐 Β The newly 10-yr old is having his birthday party / sleepover there.

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7 Comments

  • Reply
    colchambers
    February 24, 2015 at 3:35 pm

    Was there for the spa this weekend. It’s much bigger than elvedens spa. Then had a bit of a wander and dinner. Seems nice from what I’ve seen

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    Raina
    February 21, 2015 at 8:42 pm

    We did centre parcs longleat last october and totally loved it… did the treetrekking and zipwire across the lake many times…. canouing was a bit disaster though as our eldest fell in and it was about 5C outside… but the big forest around the area were really amazing

    • Reply
      MrsB
      February 22, 2015 at 2:14 pm

      THAT’S why I’m scared of canoeing! Hopefully he/she isn’t scarred for life / scared of water activities.

  • Reply
    Noel
    February 21, 2015 at 7:57 pm

    Sounds great, we just booked a weekend in May, so looking forward to it now!

    • Reply
      MrsB
      February 22, 2015 at 2:13 pm

      May should have great weather – both playgrounds have cafes right next to them (although one is Starbucks :|) so you can enjoy your caffeine in the sun while the little ones play πŸ™‚

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