The sun is out, the temperatures are soaring and kids are excited to have their summer of fun before jumping into another year.

The question however is what to do with the little ones to keep them entertained over the course of the Summer holidays.

Thankfully, Bracknell Forest is packed with activities and places to go for kids and adults alike.

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From activity centres to beautiful parks, you will never be stuck for something to do.

We have rounded up four of the best things to do to keep the kids entertained this Summer.

1. Go Ape

If you have a family that enjoys the sights and sounds of woodland adventure, then Go Ape is the perfect ticket away from the city.

It really does have something for everyone.

You can choose between Treetop Adventure and Treetop Aventure Plus as well as Forest Segway for those afraid of heights.

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Go Ape offers 2-3 hours of tree top fun and obstacles designed to get the whole families blood pumping.

Younger children can start with the ‘Tree Top Adventure Course’ to get their feet wet. Whereas there is a Treetop Adventure Plus extension for older children to test their limits.

One review said: “We had the best time at Go Ape this afternoon! Could not fault the whole experience, the kids loved it!

“Special shout out to Ben for saving the terrified 7 year-old and helped her complete the course turning her tears into the biggest smile, an absolute hero!”

The Segway experience takes you on an explore of the forest floor below the main activity area in the tree tops.

2. South Hill Park

Bracknell’s famous arts centre and surrounding grounds are the perfect spot if you want to entertain the whole family with a picnic in the sun or a wander through the woodlands.

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The grounds have a relatively short walking and wildlife trail where you will find some stunning views and a few features which will keep the kids frolicking among the grounds for hours.

This includes the 30-metre balancing beam, which symbolises the height of the tallest tree on the grounds. You may even spot the occasional squirrel or two.

If you visit on a Sunday, the restaurant within the centre serves an exquisite roast that both adults and kids will love.

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3. Look Out Activity Centre

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This interactive facility is a hands-on science and discovery centre aimed at primary school aged children with over 90 activities to entertain.

It contains an outdoor play area which includes an all-access section. With a picnic area and coffee shop, you can stay all day.

There’s plenty to keep the youngsters occupied and suggested duration is more than three hours to get through all of the interactive activities.

One visitor said: "I was not sure what to expect, but I was blown away. The photos on the website do not do the Centre justice. We visited with two 2-year-olds and they were fascinated by the varied and scientific exhibits.

“Particular favourites were the hot air balloon, the outdoors play park with train & the light show inside. They took time to explain the exhibits with us and showed us how to create structures that got the most out of the exhibits.

“Such an amazing facility to have, just wish it was closer to home as we would be there more often.”

4. Coral Reef Water world

If your kids are water babies and you enjoy the occasional water slide or two then Bracknell’s water park is open and ready for both kids and adults to enjoy. This is number five out of the 15 top things to do in Bracknell on Trip Advisor.

It is said to be the perfect place to take kids to cool off when the sun’s out during the weekend.

One parent said: Took family for half term trip. Excellent for all ages my youngest was 5 and eldest 14. We all had a great time. Place was very clean, all staff were polite and friendly, even though busy it was still a great visit.The water slides were fantastic and great fun!

Whoosh Play Centre

If the youngsters have some pent up energy to burn off, the Whoosh Play Centre will offer them two hours and three floors of fun in this incredible soft play area.

The venue has been recommended by past visitors for families with small children, as it is on the small side. However, if you are looking for something different then ‘Whoosh’ is the place to go.

A reviewer said: “Came to play today with our 10 month old. We had so much fun and it was great for him to interact with other children of a similar age.

“Staff were friendly and welcoming and so were the other parents which I haven’t always found with these type of places. The food was a reasonable price too. Will definitely be coming again!”