Fairyland walk of Kidlington is a nice walking route in itself between Kidlington and Begbroke, but you can spot so many beautiful and vibrant fairy doors amongst the trees and on the floor, some of which look rather professional while others done by children. It is GORGEOUS!
A stream is running on one side, parts of which are shallow enough for children to play in, which is always a hit while other parts have rocks/ tree trunks/roots fallen across, so can add further to the wild adventure by crossing them over. There are a lot of tree climbing opportunities with a great variety of birds fluttering around. The chirpy birds, which there were plenty of on the entire route and the silent sounds of the wind and running water was just so calming and peaceful!
The walk is not too long and you can turn around at anytime, though I prefer circular walks so that I don’t have to retrace my steps but
We saw two trains pass by on the tracks while we were there. This would make a good train spotting space too, though would need strict adult supervision as the train track is very near with nothing much separating
All in all, a great adventure for adults/children alike- thanks to @littleoxplorers for the tip
🗺 Access is via Partridge Place, Kidlington OX5 1SL. Please park considerately, then cross the train track, over the Little bridge and follow the lane (though ofcourse we had to watch the boats along the canal and go under the tunnel). After all that, if you followed the lane, it says “fairyland” after a few steps and you will start seeing fairy doors. You could go all the way to Begbroke (~1mile I think) or return from halfway or you could walk through adjoining fields displaying the yellow arrow public footpath sign
🚘 off street parking- please be considerate to the residents
🚻 No toilets on site
🍕 No refreshments
🧺 No dedicated Picnic areas
🐕 Dogs allowed
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