Easter, an inclusive affair
Lifestyle Mar 05, 2018
Easter, an inclusive affair, not just for the kids
The perfect reason for the adults to get together and catch up, between their busy schedules, and with the below ideas, the kids will also be entertained. Johannesburg, the world’s largest man-made is naturally home of some of the most exquisite parks with abundant space for kids and (socialised) dogs.
• Emmarentia Dam and the surrounding Botanical Gardens is located in the suburb of Emmarentia and collectively surmount to 89 hectares of dog-friendly terrain.
• Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardens located near Roodepoort is almost 300 hectares of landscaped and natural veld, perfect for bird watching.
• James and Ethel Grey Park situated in Melrose is a well-maintained and dog-friendly park with a beautiful view of the Jo’burg city skyline.
• The Wilds Municipal Nature Reserve based in Houghton is an evergreen, hilly park which is superbly pruned as well as dog-friendly.
• Rhodes Park is a quaint park in Kensington which features a playground, lake, amphitheatre and a Tennis and Bowles Club. Dog-friendly.
• Delta Park, one of the biggest parks in Johannesburg, located in Randburg comprises 108 hectares, three dams, 2 children’s playgrounds, 2 bird hides and is dog-friendly.
• Zoo Lake, one of the most popular lakes and parks in Jo’burg, is based in Parkview and situated close to the Johannesburg Zoo and the ever-popular Moyo restaurant. Dog-friendly.
• Klipriviersberg Nature Reserve in Jo’burg South consists of 640 hectares, 6 hiking trails, horse trails and the added attraction of game including Zebra, Wildebeest and a variety of buck. No pets allowed.
To keep the kids entertained you can plan, the ever-popular, Easter Egg Hunt as well as:
The Egg (or Water-balloon) on a Spoon Race
The Bunny Race
Guess how many Eggs in the Jar
Nail Decoration for the Girls
The Egg Toss
And for all your gaming, decoration and picnic needs visit the below Rosebank Mall tenants:
• Music dock/speaker Musica