Hampshire Countryside Service

Educational Activities

Ranger Led Activities

  • Seashore safari
    Search for creatures along the shore and learn about their food chains    

  • Pond dipping
    Discover what creatures live in our pond and learn about their adaptations

  • Minibeast hunt
    Hunt for minibeasts in our woods or meadows  and compare the habitats   

  • Spider safari
    Learn about the secret lives of our spiders and build a home for one

  • Coastal processes
    Understand coastal processes with data collection and field sketching

  • Coastal debate
    Think about the future of Lepe and debate different stakeholder views

  • House on the shore
    Learn about sea defences and protect a model house on the beach

  • Story walk
    Meet the animals around Lepe on a walk with an interactive story

  • Team building
    Tackle a variety of challenges to discover the importance of teamwork

  • Orienteering
    Develop map reading skills as you search for features around the park

  • Lepe explorer
    Explore Lepe using your senses and collect materials to create artwork

  • D-Day
    Discover the role Lepe played during WW2 and try our code breaker challenge

Self led Activities

  • Beach art
    Collect natural materials from the beach to create artwork

  • Scavenger hunt
    Search for objects on the beach and introduce sustainability

  • Postcards
    Find your favourite view of Lepe and draw a postcard to remember your day


Situated in Lepe Point Local Nature Reserve, our large, fully accessible classroom is available for you to hire for all or part of your visit. This is an ideal setting for follow up sessions or a place for lunch.  The classroom can also be hired for meetings and clubs.