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This category provides you with loads of ideas of places to get outdoors in Northamptonshire.
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Mead Open Farm is in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, just under an hour away from Northampton. There are a number of things to do at Mead Open Farm other than just seeing animals.
Sywell Country Park is an ideal spot for a morning walk and play with the kids and even some lunch with some friends afterwards.
Hudson and I headed for a walk to Badby Wood. Usually, on trips like this I keep Hudson in the pram and he isn’t a fan of walking but as these woods are so small I kept him out and I’m glad I did as it gave us the chance to wander off the main paths.
Outdoor swimming around Northamptonshire was not something I had really considered until lockdown caused all the indoor pools to close. The fact that lockdown happened over spring and summer meant that we had to think of outdoor alternatives to some of our favourite ways to entertain the kids or get our own exercise.
Zoo & farms aren’t the only places in Northamptonshire to see animals such as flamingos, meerkats, llamas, pygmy goats, lemurs, and anteaters.