It’s an A+ from us for Max’s travel guide

Planning a short break to Whinfell Forest? Max can tell you everything you need to know about our Center Parcs village in his travel guide.

Max with the travel guide he made for his geography project
Max with the travel guide he made for his geography project
Max enjoying his archery session
Max enjoying his archery session
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Max with the travel guide he made for his geography project
Max with the travel guide he made for his geography project
Max enjoying his archery session
Max enjoying his archery session

We love receiving emails from our guests especially when they’re as special as the one we received from 7-year-old Max. Writing to Martin Dalby, Max said he wanted to impress us with the Whinfell Forest travel guide he created for a school project – we were definitely more than impressed!

Tasked with a geography project, Max had free choice on what to produce for his school project and decided to create a Whinfell Forest travel guide, inspired by a recent visit. Covering everything from the weather and the wildlife to how to get there and activities you can do, Max’s travel guide leaves no question unanswered.

Max hopes the information he provided will help you plan your next break – here are some of our favourite top facts and tips Max wrote in his guide.

Location

Whinfell Forest is in the north of England in an area called Cumbria – it’s very close to the Lake District.

What to do

There are lots of fun things to do and lots of places to eat at Whinfell Forest. Max suggests hiring a bike from the Cycle Centre, going for a paddle on a katakannu, then relaxing in The Pancake House (sounds like a perfect day to us!)

In his travel guide, Max says that his favourite thing to do at Center Parcs is to head out onto the Watersports Lake in a katakanu.

Wildlife

There is lots of wildlife to see at Whinfell Forest – spot a red squirrel in the treetops, look out for roe deer and pheasants and learn all about owls at the Rangers Lodge.

Weather

July is the driest and warmest month to visit and December is the coldest. But, whatever the weather you can still go and have fun!

So has Max convinced you that Whinfell Forest is the place for your next break?

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