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Top Three Things to do With Kids in Milton

Top 3 Things to do with Kids in Milton

At the start of every summer, the kids and I sit down and create a Summer Bucket List. My kids are 10 and 6, so each location must be geared to a wide range of ages, which I know can be a struggle for many families. There are tons of fun places around the GTA to explore, but sometimes I just want to stay close to home. On those days, there are a few places in town that we know will not disappoint.

Chudleigh’s Apple Farm

There is so much to do and see here, and the kids love it! From the petting zoo to the giant slides, to the hay bale jumps, wagon rides through the apple tree fields, surrounded by the beautiful views of the Niagara Escarpment. Chudleigh’s brings back memories for me and my childhood, tech-free, good old-fashioned outdoor fun! Before you leave, do not forget to stop at the amazing Farm Kitchen for lunch and then browse through the market, which has tons of locally made products to enjoy from home.

Champs Family Entertainment Centre

Champs is our all-time favourite place! No matter how many times we have been, every time feels like the first time for the kids and adults. Grab your bowling shoes and play a game while eating a slice of pizza and sipping on a cold beer. Then take a walk over to the arcade, play some games, collect your tickets and win a prize. Don’t forget about the new Escape Room, tons of fun for all ages. Check it out, and your kids will thank you!

Milton Community Park

This park is our favourite place to cool down in the massive Splash pad on a hot summer day. Along with the splash pad, there is an incredible playground, a skate park, soccer fields, a baseball diamond, bathrooms and change rooms, and so much more! Pack a lunch and a blanket, and make it an all-day affair. Good times, laughs, and memories are always had here with the kids.

 

 

 

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