Parks & Ride: Campbell Park

Campbell Park

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Suitable for all ages

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New for 2024 – Parks and Ride is our series of family cycling events across Milton Keynes parks. 

Springing into action with our first event starting at Campbell Park on Sunday 24th March at 11am. Along the route we’ll pass sculptures in the park, wildlife on the Grand Union Canal, the fabulous Tree Cathedral, and all the fun facilities at Willen Lake. This is an ideal family event to get the bikes out and have some fun.

These guided rides are family events and take part at a slow pace. Each ride will be approximately 5 to 6 miles and will take over an hour. The rides are on a mixture of leisure routes and the redways, with no road riding, and no substantial hills or trail sections.

You should arrive ready to go, wearing suitable clothing for the weather conditions and with bikes that are safe and ready to ride. Our experienced staff and volunteers will be on hand to help with any last-minute questions or issues. Under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult. All participants must be able to ride a bike and ride safely in a small group. We recommend that all participants should wear a properly sized and fitted helmet for their own safety.

Meeting Point: Canalside Car Park. What3Words /// play.handicaps.outpost

There is no public toilet at this location, and no refreshments. Participants are advised to bring their own drinks.

Please get in touch on if you require any accessibility support. The rides will be suitable for adapted bikes and handcycles. 

This event is free to attend but booking is required.

  • 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.