With Easter soon approaching we decided to look for local places to visit and take the boys, after a few google searches we found a lovely little farm in south Devon called Occombe farm. We had never been before and we noticed they had a lovely little easter trail on so thought it would be good to travel up and see what it was like.
Occombe Farm is a full working farm and has a 2km nature trail which has free access to the general public, it is part of the Torbay Coast and Countryside Trust and truly is a beautiful trail, with lots to see and explore in their beautiful woodlands. They hold regular festivals, holiday clubs, meet the animal sessions and cookery class and events for the whole family which do have a charge but are very reasonable.
As you can see below we had a great morning exploring the nature trail and following the easter trail that they had set out, the boys loved learning about all the nature and wildlife from answering the questions on the trail sheets and matching them up with the correct boxes. It was a lovely typical spring day after a very wet few days which the boys loved as there was nice big puddles and muddy puddles along the walk for them to jump in and have fun. When we finished the trail the boys had a lovely chocolate treat and we then went to their cafe to have a lovely lunch. The boys had a great time here exploring, climbing, learning and having fun.