*The photos in this blog post were taken in July 2019. Please note, this year some of the footpaths are currently fenced off to protect the nesting birds but you can still witness the beautiful daisies.
*Please note Frost Folly changes by season with different wildflowers and plants appearing at different times.
Frost Folly Country Park is part of the Warfield Parish in Bracknell Forest and consists of wildflower meadows, ponds and the opportunity to walk to Warfield Church if desired, otherwise there are plenty of paths to explore within the meadows themselves, we really enjoy a walk at Frost Folly. The Spring and Summer months are a great time to explore the country park as the wildflowers are in bloom and you can see daisies for as far as the eye can see. They make a great photo opportunity and Frost Folly is a popular location for local professional photographers.
The walk is dog friendly, although there are nesting birds which you are asked to respect during nesting season. We have found you can get an off road buggy around the paths but it is bumpy in places.
You will also find great views during the walk and a real sense you are in the countryside. Whenever we have been for a walk at Frost Folly we have always been met by an awesome skyline which has helped to create awesome photos.
Where can you park?
There is a free car park on Wellers Lane, Warfield. The car park can be located here. The nearest postcode is RG42 6EN.
For more Family Friendly Walks in Berkshire click here. The photos in this post were taken in July 2019 – the daisies are seasonal (around June / July) and the Frost Folly landscape changes according to the seasons.
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