Bracknell Forest has loads to offer for the family and there are a number of things you can do in the borough which are free of charge. Here are 10 ideas.
Have a picnic on England’s longest picnic bench (carved from a single piece of wood) at Lily Hill Park (Post Code: RG12 2RX)
England’s longest picnic bench (carved from a single piece of wood)
Visit the Library. There are 9 different libraries to visit in Bracknell Forest. Click here for their locations.
North Ascot Library, Bracknell Forest
Go to the Splash Pad (open seasonally) at Jocks Lane Recreation Ground (Post Code: RG12 2BH)
Play in the Sandpit at Locks Ride Recreation Ground (Post Code: RG42 7NJ)
Visit The Look Out play area and build a den (Post Code: RG12 7QW)
Den Building at The Look Out, Bracknell Forest
Go on the Nature Trail at South Hill Park (Post Code: RG12 7PA)
Go for a woodland walk at Westmorlands Park and Hayley Green Woods. You can also find the food chain trail (Post Code: RG42 3QP)
Nature Trail at Westmorland’s Park and Hayley Green Woods
Feed the ducks at Mill Pond (Post Code: RG12 7WT)
Take photographs of the wild flower meadows (in Spring and Summer) at Frost Folly Country Park (Post Code: RG42 6EN)
Take a Bike Ride around Swinley Forest at The Look Out (Post Code: RG12 7QW)
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