Activities in Suffolk
Here you can find a wide range of activities in Suffolk
to keep you active during your stay in this lovely county. This article is aimed at families with older children - we also have Kids Days Out for younger children
and less active Things to Do in Suffolk
for those who want to enjoy Suffolk at a gentler pace. But for "full on activities" in Suffolk, you've come to the right place!
There are plenty of activities to choose from at Namco Funscapes
in Ipswich. The entertainment centre offers ten-pin bowling, pool, a sports bar, and endless gaming facilities. The site is fully wheelchair-accessible and has baby change facilities and there is a large free car park to the front of the building.
Enjoy a range of horse-related activities at Suffolk Punch Trust
for hours of family fun.
Meet these most rare of breeds while also visiting the museum, the stud and see the display of drays, tumbrels and wagons together with antique farm machinery, all in working order. Find out more about the activities at Suffolk Punch Trust
At Beacon Rally Karts in Ipswich
you can enjoy an action packed day out for the whole family as they cater for everyone from 5-75!
Come and test your nerve and skill at this Rally track and enjoy a thrilling time - Beacon Rally Karts
At Anglia Indoor Karting
there are Kids Activity Days during the school holidays, and plenty of year round competitive racing in an atmosphere of fun and excitement!
Activities in SuffolkAssington Mill
offer a range of eclectic creative rural courses
from bee keeping to thatch making and much in between, Or you could try a relaxing yoga retreat at Potash Barns
in the glorious Suffolk countryside - restore your karma!
Activities in Suffolk
See our listing of Suffolk courses for lots of inspiration - Suffolk Courses
Well known for its flat lands and large skies, Suffolk is a great place to take part in some nature activities. For example, we have several RSPB sites in Suffolk - see RSPB Suffolk
so if you fancy a spot of birdwatching Suffolk is the place to visit!
You can find a whole range of outdoor activities
and sports in Suffolk
, from shooting to golf
all of which are enhanced by the splendid scenery of Suffolk. Curious to try? Have your first lessons in Suffolk! There are plenty of golf courses in Suffolk and some of them are attached to our best Hotels so you can easily recuperate after a satisfying round - check out these Golf breaks in SuffolkGo Ape
in Thetford Forest is the UK's No.1 Forest Adventure and it's for anyone who likes to live life adventurously - you don’t have to be a seasoned explorer to enjoy the experience! The Go Ape experience gets the adrenalin pumping, gets people out of their comfort zones and above all, it’s just great fun. Come and swing through the trees in Suffolk! Go Ape!
The East Anglian Sailing Trust (EAST)
based in Ipswich Marina provide disabled East Anglians and their carers with sailing activities, days out and courses to promote independence, confidence and involvement. Click on the link above to find out more.
If you're interested in Watersports and Sailing in Suffolk, then check out Alton Water Activity Centre
on Suffolk's largest reservoir. They offer a variety of courses from windsurfing, kayaking, paddle boards, dinghies, row boats and more, plus they have plenty of equipment available to hire, experience not always necessary! So bring the family down and make a day of it on the water!
If you're staying closer to Bury St Edmunds then check out St Edmundsbury Sailing & Canoeing Association
which is a small, family orientated watersports club based at Lackford Lake, 5 miles NW of Bury St Edmunds. The Club runs a range of events including dinghy racing, pursuit races, Royal Yachting Association sailing courses and coaching sessions for members. A mixed fleet of dinghies is available for hire to Club members, so click on the link here - St Edmundsbury Sailing & Canoeing Club
- to find out more
Or, if you're on the Suffolk Coast then check out Iken Canoe at Snape
as they offer a small & friendly canoe and kayak hire centre based on the stunning upper reaches of the Alde estuary, between Snape and Aldeburgh. The canoes and kayaks can be hired for a few hours or up to a day, and are suitable for all skill levels, and ideal for group or family activities. Find out more here - Iken Canoe & Kayak Hire, Snape
Discover even more about Sailing & Boat Trips in Suffolk here
Activities in Suffolk
And don’t forget those wonderful staples of rural enjoyment – Walking in Suffolk
, Cycling in Suffolk
, Fishing in Suffolk
, and Horseriding in Suffolk
For more Activities please see our Full List of Activities in Suffolk
For an up-do-date guide to all of the hot deals being offered by hotels in Suffolk, please see Special Offers from Hotels in Suffolk
What is the most exciting activity you've ever taken part in in Suffolk? Or the most relaxing?! Please send all your reviews to firstname.lastname@example.org
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