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Walking Festival 2024

09/05/2024 - 12/05/2024 (other dates available)
Various Times
Various Prices
Suitable for all ages

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Milton Keynes' annual Walking Festival is here! With more variety than ever before. This year's four-day programme is packed with so many exciting ways you can discover Milton Keynes' parks and green spaces. 

Take part in the festival to explore somewhere new, get closer to nature or learn about local heritage. There's more than just walking this year, with exciting group runs and cycle rides in the mix to help get everyone moving in the great outdoors.

Check out this year's exciting line-up below. Please scroll and click to view the event details and any booking requirements. We hope to see you there!

  • Campbell Park
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    Campbell Park resides in the heart of Milton Keynes and connects the city centre to the wider landscape and the expansive linear park network. Visitors can discover natural and man-made topography as well as public art, water features, the Grand Union Canal, a first-class cricket pitch, open-air auditorium along with planting designed to encourage biodiversity.

  • Willen Lake South
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    Willen Lake is Milton Keynes’ most popular park. Visitors take part in watersports activities, go cycling, enjoy the playground, try the high ropes course or simply picnic along Willen’s shores.

  • Linford Wood
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    Discover Linford Wood, a 700-year-old ancient woodland that is the largest and oldest in Milton Keynes. This area is home to diverse wildlife, fun wood carvings, and an ever-changing environment.

  • Howe Park Wood
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    Howe Park Wood is one of Milton Keynes' ancient woodlands which boasts a wide variety of wildlife and fantastic on-site facilities, including toilets, a café, a small play area, and many opportunities to learn.