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Walking at Bramshot Farm Country Park, Fleet

We went walking at Bramshot Farm Country Park, Fleet, which, I know isn’t in Berkshire but was worth the drive. The walk is about 13.5 miles away from Bracknell (approx 19 minutes drive on a good traffic day according to google!). We went on an overcast Friday afternoon. There were about 15 cars in the car park and it was nice and quiet with plenty of room for everyone. I suspect on sunnier days and weekends it will be busier.

Entrance at Bramshot Farm Country Park
Map at Bramshot Farm Country Park

What impressed me the most about Bramshot Country Park is how well managed and maintained the 91 acres site was. The country park is made up of open meadows and woodland.

Wildflower meadow at Entrance at Bramshot Farm Country Park
Walking at Wildflower meadow at Entrance at Bramshot Farm Country Park
Stepping stone logs

There are designated paths to follow, which are very well sign posted and we started on the ‘Leaping Hare Loop’ and ended up merging onto ‘Old Oak Way’ half way through as we wanted to extend our walk. We could have opted to have carried on the ‘Leaping Hare Loop’ back to the car park. The Country Park is dog friendly and the paths are wheel chair and buggy friendly, a mixture of hard standing and well maintained grass paths.

Leaping Hare Loop at Entrance at Bramshot Farm Country Park
Old Oak Way at Bramshot Country Park

The wildflowers and wild meadows were absolutetly wonderful to see throughout the walk. There are also several wooden carvings around the site including sheep, foxes, squirrels, rabbits, owls and bugs and more, some of which are calved into benches and picnic tables. We also discovered a great tree to climb. There is also a young apple orchard as part of the site.

Wild Flowers at Bramshot Farm Country
Wood carvings at Bramshot Farm Country
Foxgloves at Bramshot Farm Country
Owl wood carvings at Bramshot Farm Country
Climbing tree at Bramshot Farm Country

The car park is free of charge. There are 2m height restrictions and the car park closes between 9pm and 6am overnight. There are no toilets or play area. The address for the country park is Bramshot Lane, Fleet, nearest postcode GU51 2RU.

Wooden Sheep at Bramshot Farm Country

We really enjoyed our time walking at Bramshot Farm Country Park, Fleet and look forward to returning soon. If you would like to find out more about the Country Park please click here.

You can also discover other family friendly walks in and around Berkshire on the blog, click here to view them.

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