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Outdoor Sporting Ideas in Bournemouth

The list of outdoor activities to engage in while visiting Bournemouth is bountiful. From athletics to BMX biking to even cricket, there is something for the sporty kind of visitor. Many of the sporting arenas are located in the same area, so it is easy to find some sport or the other to take part in. While most of the fields are free to the public to turn up there is always a risk. If you are visiting Bournemouth during peak season, it is best you check up beforehand, so you can find a place.

  • Golf – Golf lovers can engage in a game or two at some of the best places in Bournemouth. The queen’s park, Maverick park, and the Solent Meads are places for golf lovers to visit. If full-fledged professional golf is too much for you, then a few games of mini golf is always an option at the Lower Gardens or Boscombe Chine Gardens.
  • Tree Trails – Spend a leisurely evening or day taking a two-hour circular walk through the lower, upper and central gardens in Bournemouth. The stroll has some of the most impressive trees you can find and along some beautiful beaches too. The trail as such is not on a tough terrain but tarmac pathways and flat places. There are several favorite trees marked for the visitors to spot and have a couple of photo opportunities with. If you are in the area when the seasons are changing, then the tree trail is not something you would want to miss.
  • Pet and Owner Activities – For those sporty people who have brought their pets along when visiting Bournemouth heading to the Slades farm is a great idea. There is enough of exercise options here for both your pooch and yourself. There are a few rules for the behavior of your canine, which ensures that everyone who visits the play patch gets their quota of exercise; dog and human alike.
  • Football – Football fanatics need not fret about not getting their weekly hour of footy. There are several football pitches scattered around Bournemouth, and the facilities are unique in every site as well. The best ones to visit are Kings Park, Ilford Playing Fields, Victoria Pak, and Stroutden Park. You can even sign up for courses in football at the parks if you are engaging in learning the sport when on vacation.
  • Pentanque – Want to get involved in a friendly game that anyone can enjoy when holidaying at Bournemouth? Then Pentaque is the right sport for you. The game needs enough of practice when you are in the field and is heaps of fun. All members of the public are encouraged to take part in the sport across the five terrains at Muscliff Park.
  • Tennis Courts – Tennis court are littered around the Central Gardens, Mayrick Park and Muscliff park. For those who are sports fans, there are some activities that you can combine alone with your tennis game at these venues. The tennis courts are open to the public to take part in friendly matches and usually does not need players to book ahead.
  • Football – Football fanatics need not fret about not getting their weekly hour of footy. There are several football pitches scattered around Bournemouth, and the facilities are unique in every site as well. The best ones to visit are Kings Park, Ilford Playing Fields, Victoria Pak, and Stroutden Park. You can even sign up for courses in football at the parks if you are engaging in learning the sport when on vacation.
  • Pentanque – Want to get involved in a friendly game that anyone can enjoy when holidaying at Bournemouth? Then Pentaque is the right sport for you. The game needs enough of practice when you are in the field and is heaps of fun. All members of the public are encouraged to take part in the sport across the five terrains at Muscliff Park.
  • Tennis Courts – Tennis court are littered around the Central Gardens, Mayrick Park and Muscliff park. For those who are sports fans, there are some activities that you can combine alone with your tennis game at these venues. The tennis courts are open to the public to take part in friendly matches and usually does not need players to book ahead.

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