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Here’s our guide to where to set up your egg-tastic afternoon for New Forest Easter Egg Hunt. (And the puns stop here!)
Coastal Easter Egg Hunt
1. For a short walk with great picnic spot options, we recommend starting at Tanners Lane Beach. Turn right at the sea and head towards Lymington. Walk away from the parking area and you’ll find yourself by a ‘poo-sticks’ bridge, a stand of large pine trees and lawn-like grass that stops in the sea. There are plenty of spots to hide eggs along the hedge for your easter egg hunt. Bring a picnic. If the weather is nice you won’t want to go home.2. Milford on Sea beach and amongst the beach huts is a favourite. Colourful, jaunty and with plenty of fresh air to blow your cobwebs away.
3. For a boaty-themed easter egg hunt, how about parking at Lymington Yachthaven. Whilst the kids are finishing lunch at the cafe, pop out and lay a trail from the cafe steps, toward the start of the coastal path. There is masses of marina ‘bitsa’ to look at, plus hundreds of fabulous boats. P.S Yachthaven restaurant is on the first floor and has floor to ceiling glass windows. It looks over the large marina and the food is excellent, the cafe part might be more suitable if your kids are excited and you’re struggling to get them to stay seated…
Forest Egg Hunts
Heathy Egg Hunts
Wherever you pick for your Easter Egg Hunt, don’t forget to pick up your litter and we hope that you enjoy your time in the New Forest over Easter – Click here for more New Forest Inspiration and here for great New Forest Holidays