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Ten of the Best UK Parks for Treasure Hunting

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Take a walk through the woodlands at Towneley Park in Burnley to find the wooden sculptures.

Download the Chatelherault Global Treasure App to your phone and explore Chatelherault Country Park, Lanarkshire, by following clues, and then you can even claim your reward at the end.

Wander through Michaelswood, Shetland, stopping at the little play areas along the way. The pirate ship is sure to be a favourite.

Enjoy the view of Salcey Forest, Northamptonshire, 15 metres high, on the Tree Top Way.

There are trails galore at Loughgall Country Park, in County Armagh, whether you want to cycle, get fit, explore nature or go horse riding. Why not download the exciting new Ecotrail booklet?

At Sheringham Park in Norfolk, tracker packs are available, complete with binoculars, stickers and lots of activities to keep you busy on your walk around the park.

Did a UFO really land in Rendlesahm Forest in Suffolk? Follow the UFO trail!

At Rushmere Country Park in Bedfordshire, you’ll discover a giant seat and fairy doors, all on a buggy-friendly trail.

Take a stroll round Norfolk Heritage Park in Sheffield and spot the sculptures along the way.

Parc Glynllifon in Gwynedd is a wonderful park for hide-and-seek and exploring. Definitely try the treasure hunt.

Rose
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