Asher Recreation Ground in Cranbourne had a brand new play area installed in 2020. The playground is well maintained, although not the largest park it has a good range of play equipment.
What is at the play area?
The play area has swings for both younger and older children. There is a climbing frame with an enclosed helter-skelter slide. You will find a roundabout, rope climbing frame and ‘see-saw bouncer’ and toddler see-saw.
There are also a few extra bits of equipment for toddlers to enjoy.
The park is set in large open field which is well maintained. The park is a dog-free zone.
What facilities are there?
There are a couple of picnic benches at the park. There are no toilets or food or drink facilities however.
The Rose and Crown, Winkfield, Loch Fyne Seafood and Grill Restaurant Ascot and The Old Hatchet, Cranbourne are all a short car drive away and all offer children’s menus.
Where can you park?
There is a free public car park next to Asher Recreation Ground in Cranbourne, which can be found behind the Old Royal British Legion Building on Hatchet Lane. Unfortunately, I can’t find a postcode for the car park, but the grid reference is Grid Reference: 51.43491926652417, -0.6746895308425935.
There is a bottle bank at the car park.
If you enjoyed reading about Asher Recreation Ground in Cranbourne, other parks you might enjoy are Locks Ride Recreation Ground and King George V Recreation Ground. If you are looking for Toddler Friendly Parks in Berkshire, click here.
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