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A family-friendly day out at Comer Woods

Playground in Comer Woods on the Dudmaston Estate in Shropshire
Have fun on the playground in Comer Woods | © Lucy Rebecca Photography

Spend time together outdoors in Comer Woods. There are plenty of places for little and big people to play and have fun. Bring your bikes and burn off some energy on the trails or head to the play area near the meadow. Dogs are very welcome too.

Plan your family visit

  • Toilets
  • Baby changing facilities
  • Food outlet
  • Play area
  • Pram friendly trails
  • On/off lead areas for dogs
  • Large car park (free for National Trust members)
  • Some covered seating

Easter at Comer Woods

Make your way along the trail and find nature-inspired activities for the whole family. The trail takes place between 29 March and 1 April from 10.30am to 3pm, so come along and set off on a woodland adventure.

Prices are £3 per trail which includes an Easter trail sheet and pencil, bunny ears and dairy or vegan and Free From* chocolate egg. Collect your chocolate egg prize at the end of the trail.

*Suitable for people with milk, egg, gluten, peanut and tree nut allergies.

Easter egg hunt in Comer Woods | National Trust

Things to do at Comer Woods

Walking trails

The trails in Comer Woods are evenly-surfaced and suitable for little legs and all-terrain buggies. Expect some steep climbs.

Natural play

Head to the play equipment just off the Explorer trail in Heath Meadow. With wooden obstacles, tight ropes and swing bars, this area is suitable for children aged 5 and over.

There are plenty of places to play in the woods. From fallen tree trunks to muddy puddles, don't forget your wellies and a sense of adventure. Seek out the top spots to build a den - you'll find lots of great hideouts along your route.

Bike rides

Suitable for little legs and less experienced cyclists, the Explorer trail in Comer Woods is a great place to hop into the saddle and enjoy calm, traffic-free surroundings.

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