There are loads of fun things to do in the Cotswolds. The kids can become young nature adventurers, bug hunters or natural artists as they tick off the tasks and activities from the '50 things' list. Here are some of the best places to visit to take up the challenge in the Cotswolds.
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There's acres of space where little legs can explore and feel the power of nature. As the wind whips over the hill, hold your kite high and let it take to the sky and fly.
If you're lucky you might spot the giant carp in the lakes at Woodchester Park getting a bit frisky. As the water begins to warm, you can see them thrashing and splashing around in the shallow, weedy water.
As the weather cools and the days get shorter different fungi start to appear. A whopping 600 different kinds can be spotted on Crickley Hill.
The world seems different when you feel it through your feet. If you head to the play area at Newark Park, you can feel the grass and occasionally the mud between your toes.
You'll have to be as quiet as a mouse if you want to watch Chedworth's feathered friends. What will you spot?