These family-friendly trails are easy access countryside walks of around a mile long. Each trail has its own special story to be shared with children (and adults!) along the way.
'More than just a walk' - Story Trails encourage children to explore, touch, smell, listen and enjoy. The aim is to entertain and engage children of all ages and abilities, so that families can enjoy some of Hampshire’s lovely countryside together.
Each trail also has its own special bag with puppets, toys and other items that will help to bring the story to life.
There is one bag for each Story Trail, so loans are subject to availability - for more information, please contact the staff at each location.
A £20 returnable deposit is required for bags from museums and visitor centre locations. Bags collected from libraries will be issued on your library card.
Click on the snails to find Story Trail locations and download the story.
NEW! – The Story of the Nymphs and the Boggart 726 kB
A family-friendly fable to enjoy in the Blackwater Valley at Hawley Meadows, starting from the car park opposite Watchmoor business park, Camberley.
This lovely riverside route is best explored in the drier season when the ground is firm - make the most of the opportunity this summer! Story Bag can be borrowed from Farnborough Library
The Nymphs and the Boggart - to be launched during Summer Holidays 2013
Hawley Meadows, near Camberley
Right click and "Save as" to download The Magic of Park Wood 9 MB
Right click and "Save as" to download The Salterns Sea Monsters and Saving the Day 6 MB
Right click and "Save as" to download Danger at Danebury 11 MB
Six Storytrails are available as a printed set consisting of 6 A5 booklets, printed on water-resistant paper.
The pack is available free of charge for children with disabilities and/or additional needs who have a Gateway card.