Where to find more information
MK Play Day takes place in Campbell Park, which is managed my the Parks Trust.
Each summer they combine a number of local charities and associations together to provide a days free entertainment, activites and experiences.
What can you expect to find?
There is an outdoor cinema which this year, when we were there was showing Moana, they had zorbing, face paining, circus apparatus and activities.
We saw “meet Paddington Bear” lots of fun food stands, as well as art ‘n’ crafts, painting activities and windchime creations.
There’s a wet water slide mat that gets your little treasures lovely and wet which on a hot day is very welcome.
In past years, we’ve taken a picnic mat and met up with other families from playgroups and then as they girls got older their school friends.
On the outdoor stage they’ve had cheerleader and dance displays as well as music going constantly should you want to get up and dance.
Opposite Campbell Park (Next to John Lewis), Milton Keynes Council has this summer just opened a brand new multi-storey car park.
All you have to do is walk, over the footbridge to reach the start of the activities and food stalls.
Use sat nav code: MK9 3QA. Or visit the CMK Centre website to learn more about their parking.