Terrey Hills BMX Track
If you are a parent to toddlers or preschoolers and waiting patiently for the day you can say good bye to the swing set and soft fall bike track at the local park, believe me it will happen.
But as parents we know, as far as our kids are concerned anyway, we are basically put on this earth to delight and entertain them. So if you are the parent of tween/teen boys, they will think you are awesome for taking them here.
The Terrey Hills BMX Bike Track is firm, seems to be very well maintained and has a brand new tarred and covered starting gate, which for this novice to the world of BMX, seemed rather impressive.
- There are several wooden picnic tables on site, but bring BYO chairs, if you want to get closer to the BMX circuit and sit down.
- There is no shade apart from the shelter over the starting gate.
- There appeared to be no public toilets. So if you intend on pointing Percy towards nature for a leak, look out for Joe Blake.
- Entry and parking are free
- BYO bikes, helmets, food and water and anything else you fancy.
I have also read that if there is a big pony club event next door at the Forest Hills Pony Club, they close the BMX circuit. On the 3 occasions we have been there, it was open.
If you fancy a visit to a Terrey Hills cafe afterwards, try these two:
Carolyn is a mother of two who blogs about living beautifully by the beaches, on a budget. Pop over to visit here at Desire Empire.
Many thanks Carolyn, I will be taking the kids there for sure.
But on a nice cool day when the snakes have slithered off elsewhere.
PS Terrey Hills is not spelt Terry Hills, loads of people search for Terry Hills BMX or Terry Hills BMX Track, but it is definitely spelt with the ‘e’ in place.