10 things to do at Brixworth Country Park
Cycle the Pitsford trail
Bring your own bike and cycle the beautiful 7.5 mile surfaced circuit around Pitsford Water.
Follow BB's little grey men trail
Follow the blue route to discover the story of the last four gnomes in England from a famous local author.
Brass rubbing trail
Arm yourselves with some crayons and a Brass Rubbing Trail Sheet from the Info Booth, then look out for the brass rubbing posts throughout the park.
Get a scavenger hunt sheet from the ranger's office and see if you can collect everything on the list.
Fly a kite
Follow the red trail out to the Memorial Meadow and Barn Owl Meadow. These are perfect places to get your kites airborne.
Visit the Sensory Play Garden near the café, or try the main playground to let little ones run off some steam.
Become a human clock
See if you can tell the time on the human sundial in the sensory garden near the cafe.
Check out the views from Hill Meadow.
Take the red route for some great views over Pitsford Water.
Let your children explore the woodlands where they will find secret paths, den building, trees to climb, log steps and balance beams among the trees.
Tea and cake
Reward your efforts with a treat in the Park Bistro café.
Last updated 31 January 2024