Lets plan for Easter 2022
March 2nd 2022
We love Easter! It's one of our favourite times of the year. After what is all too often a grey, damp and cold Winter, the arrival of Spring elevates our mood and it's often the Easter holidays that mark the start of sunnier times - both literally and figuratively!
It's often the first time of the new season that we see a large influx of owners and visitors to our parks. So we've put together some inspiration of what to do this Easter holidays across North Wales.
Yes, we know this obvios on any blog relating to North Wales but it bears repeating time and time again - even more so when we consider Easter and Spring. The weather is warmer and dryer (fingers crossed!), the nights are longer, and nature wakes up again.
New lambs will be playing in the fields, dafodills will be in full bloom and birds out singing in full voice. There's no end to walking routes and places to get out and explore in North Wales. Take a picnic and it's always sure to be a family day out to remember.
Visit the seaside
Nowhere is more brutal during the winter months than along the coast. The wind is often at its strongest and the waves can be huge and relentless often making a spectacle worth seeing in itself. But for many not interested in braving the elements during this time, Easter can be the first time of the year people can get to a beach, coastal bath or beachside cafe and relax. It can also be warm enough to have a proper day at the each with the family.
The beach as St. David's Park is of course our favourite seaside spot and The Tavern has had considerable work done over the winter to improve the outdoor seating that looks over the sea and beach - well worth a visit!
Go on a wildlife watch
This will work perfectly with the two activities mentioned above. Whether it's up a mountain in Snowdonia or along the rugged shores on the Welsh coastal path, why not download and take a wild watcher sheet from www.wildlifewatch.org.uk/activities. Children love these and it brings excitement to any walk where otherwise they might get ditracted. Plus, it's also educational which is always a bonus and might spur an interest in the outdoors away from playstations, TVs, and iPads.
On the Wild Watch website you'll also see lots of practical hands on activities such as making bird feeders and binoculars for those rainier days.
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