It got me thinking about what we would do if we ever got the chance to go. Ava is almost 2 and I didn't realise how much there would be for her to do at Center Parcs. I love the video of Harrison and Eve (and their mummy & daddy) as it highlighted some fab activities available for little ones (and made me want to go even more!)
After a hearty breakfast, probably in the Pancake house (most important meal of the day and all that), we'd grab a couple of bikes, one of them would have a cute little carriage on the back for her majesty (Ava), our transport for the day.
We'd head over for a morning swim as I know Ava would love it and I'm not going to lie, that slide keeps popping up in every advert and I'm desperate to try it! What can I say I'm a big kid at heart. We'd more than likely centre the whole trip around Ava, and after having a look on their website they offer so much for under three's. I was impressed! We'd head over for some messy play and I love the idea of making some pottery with Ava and letting her paint it! Maybe we'd make a wonky teapot together...
After my pamper we'd head to the teddy bear's picnic and if we have time we'd watch the children's entertainer which Ava is sure to love. I'm sure in between this Nathan would like to go off and explore on his own, probably by grabbing a quad bike and hurtling around!
Center Parcs would be the perfect staycation for my family and I. So much to do in one place, I know that we'd leave there having made some amazing memories and with huge smiles on our faces!
This is my entry to the Center Parcs and Tots 100 January challenge. If I’m chosen, I would like to visit Sherwood Forest.