Things to do in BudePublished:
If you are looking for some family activities in Bude, we have rounded up a range of days out for any budget.
There are plenty of things to do with children in Bude - ranging from boat hire and crazy golf, to museums and soft play. Bude is a lively seaside town and has both indoor activities and outdoor attractions to keep the family busy whatever the weather.
Things to do in Bude
Bude Haven Recreation Ground
If you are looking for a fun day out in Bude, the Bude Haven Recreation Ground has lots of activities on offer. The recreation round has been run as a charitable trust since 1923 and aims to provide facilities to local families and holiday makers at an affordable price. The activities you can pick from include crazy golf, putting, tennis, squash, table tennis and bowls.
The crazy golf is a favourite with many generations of our family, and the holes feature various landmarks from within the Bude area including Barrel Rock, The Old Train Station & The Bude Light. With prices starting at £2.50.
Bude Heritage Centre
For a free activity in Bude, why not have a look round the Bude Heritage Centre. The building named The Castle, houses the Heritage Centre, Art Galleries, Café and a shop. Open daily with free entry, the centre is operated by Bude-Stratton Town Council.
Bude Rowing Boats
Based on Bude Canal for over 100 years, Bude Rowing Boats have rowing boats, pedalos and canoes available to hire by he hour. Spend an hour or two exploring the Bude canal and spotting local wildlife as your travel up the canal away from the town.
For a wet weather activity in Bude, The Venue has everything you need! As well as a fabulous soft play area, there is a ten pin bowling alley and a cafe. Children of all ages can be kept busy
There are a great selection of beaches around Bude.
If you are looking for something convenient with easy access and facilities close by, why not try the sandy Summerleaze beach. There is a large car park, toilets and a shop. As well as the sand, Summerleaze Beach contains the tidal Bude Sea Pool. This part natural, part man made pool is topped by high tide every day and is free for the public to use throughout the year At low tide the beach connects to neighbouring Crooklets Beach which has beach huts available for hire.
If you are looking for rockpools, Sandymouth is the place to head to. It has a car park, shop and cafe, but all the facilities are a short walk from the beach.
Widemouth Bay is a huge sany beach and is very popular for surfing.
Parks and Walks
If you are looking for a walk near central Bude, then the Bude Canal allows you to enjoy a level walk along the tow path from the town out into the countryside.
Tamar Lakes are a beautiful spot just outside of Bude, with way-marked walks to follow around the shorelines of the two lakes.