About Muddy Adventures
Muddy Adventures provides a beautiful woodland setting that enhances fun and learning for all ages. We are passionate about promoting the benefits of people getting outdoors and enjoying nature. Based in Strathclyde Country Park, Lanarkshire our activities are easily accessible by road and public transport.
Saturdays at Muddy adventures are guaranteed muddy fun! Every Saturday we hold three forest school sessions in Strathclyde country park.
Session times are 11-12.30 , 1.30 -300 and 3.00 -4.30.
They are open to all children aged 4-12 and cost £5 per session.
We regularly host events aimed at all the family. All ages are welcome.
Celebrate the harvest season at our scarecrow extravaganza on September, bring down your old clothes and create your very own scarecrow friend to protect yummy crops from hungry birds for just £5 per person.
Celebrate Halloween down in the haunted forest on October 30th if you think you’re brave enough to face the ghosts and ghouls…
Get magical on November 16th with our Harry Potter night. Learn cool spells and make crazy potions, hunt for fantastic beasts and play a game of the all-time-favourite sport amongst witches and wizards, Quiddich!
And feel jolly at our festive woodcraft day in December. Make outdoor decorations to bring home, decorate our muddy adventure Christmas tree and sing Christmas carols. Date to be confirmed.
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The annual Biggar Agricultural Show, being held on Saturday 21st July, is a great day out for the whole family!
EK, East Kilbride Ladies' Night on August 4th is the most hotly anticipated night of the year at Hamilton Park Racecourse!
Come along and join us for the annual East Kilbride Open Cattle Show on July 28th, this year being held on the event fields at the National Museum of Rural Life!
Over eight days, lots of free and fantastic activities will take place at Strathclyde Park as part of the Festival 2018 celebrations!
Cool, Calm, Confident Champions is a workshop for 7 to 12 year olds exploring simple mindfulness practices and how they can be used in daily life!