Parks

Joel Park in Wokingham

Joel Park in Wokingham

Joel Park in Wokingham has a bright and colourful playground (Holt Copse Playground) in the centre of the park and Holt Copse. This is a lovely park for toddlers and younger children, but has something for older children too. What's at Joel Park? The play area at Joel Park is enclosed and surrounded by woodland and open green space. There is a grass bank next to the playground which is a popular sledging location on snowy days. The play area has a multi-coloured floor surface. There are several obstacle patterns set into the ground to follow, run and jump along,…
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Wargrave Recreation Ground

Wargrave Recreation Ground

Wargrave Recreation Ground has plenty to keep the children busy for a morning or afternoon, this is a brilliant play space and the play area is fantastic. The recreation ground is home to Wargrave Cricket Club and Wargrave Tennis Club. What is at Wargrave Recreation Ground There are two large playing fields, we visited in the summer so the first nearest the car park was set up for cricket matches. There are also several tennis courts. You will find a brightly coloured play area which is fenced and has play equipment which is suitable for both younger and older children.…
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Riverside Gardens Play Area in Maidenhead

Riverside Gardens Play Area in Maidenhead

The Riverside Gardens Play Area in Maidenhead also has Jenners Cafe and crazy golf next to it. The play area is large and has lots to offer including a sandpit. What’s at the Play Area? The play area is all fenced apart from the zip line which is based on the playing field behind the main play area.The play area has a wonderful sandpit complete with palm trees and a hammock! There are also a couple of picnic benches.  Then there is a ‘helicopter’ swing with a range of different seat options. There are also toddler swings, spring toys including…
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Great Hollands Recreation Ground

Great Hollands Recreation Ground

Great Hollands Recreation Ground is a brilliant facility for families, with open space, woodland, a play area, splash pad, tennis courts, cafe and free parking there is lots on offer. What is at Great Hollands Recreation Ground? There is a wooden play area next to the Great Hollands Pavilion. It includes a wooden climbing frame with two slides, one for younger children the other for older. There are also wooden spring animals and a mini wooden spring see-saw and then a range of swings and a roundabout. Next to the play area is a splash pad which according to Bracknell…
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Clewer Manor Play Area

Clewer Manor Play Area

The sign on the play area gate at Clewer Manor Play Area says that this park is for children aged 3-12. The play area is fenced and next to Windsor Girl’s School. There is no specific car park next to the play area, but there is a lay-by about 1 minute walk away. What's at Clewer Manor Play Area? Although the play area is not massive it’s has a whole range of play equipment for both older and younger children with a woodchip floor. There are toddler swings, spring toys and a smaller climbing frame for younger children with slide. For…
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Jennett’s Hill Play Area

Jennett’s Hill Play Area

Jennett’s Hill is a large hay field and wild flower meadow with a small woodland. Jennette’s Hill is in the middle of Jennett’s Park and has series of connecting walks to it, including Peacock Meadows. You will also find the Jennett’s Hill Play Area which has two play areas one suitable for 0-5 years and the other for 6-18+ years plus two multi-use games areas.  What's at the play area and multi-use games area? All the play facilities sit next to each other with the multi-use games area in the middle of the two play areas. The play area for…
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Wooden Play Areas in Berkshire

Wooden Play Areas in Berkshire

There is something really appealing about a natural play area. Here is a list of wooden play areas in Berkshire. Wooden Play Areas in Berkshire California Country Park, Wokingham The play area at California Country Park is a large and inclusive play area for all ages, which is predominantly wooden. The Look Out, Bracknell The Play Area at The Look Out in Bracknell has three age appropriate play areas, including one which is accessible for all. There is an amazing wooden castle, wooden pirate-ship and wooden train. The play area is set in a woodland environment. Dinton Pastures, Wokingham Dinton…
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Visiting Fernygrove Farm Coffee Shop and Farm Shop

Visiting Fernygrove Farm Coffee Shop and Farm Shop

We have always enjoyed visiting Fernygrove Farm Coffee Shop and Farm Shop, it's a brilliant place for families whether you are going for a family brunch at the weekend, going out for lunch or meeting friends for a coffee, cake and playdate. What's at Fernygrove Farm? There is a farm shop and butchers which sells meats which are home produced and locally sourced. The shop also sells a selection of cheese, bread, seasonal fruit and vegetables plus more. You will also find the coffee shop, which has seating for both indoor and outdoor eating plus a good selection of food…
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Parks and Playgrounds in Wokingham Borough

Parks and Playgrounds in Wokingham Borough

There are many fantastic Parks and Playgrounds in Wokingham Borough, a number of them which have been re-furbished during the last few years. Parks, Playground and Play Areas in Wokingham Borough California Country Park, Wokingham California Country Park is a wonderful large natural play area, which has inclusive play equipment. It is a great park for all ages. There is a large wooden play frame with giant slide, musical pillows, large trampoline, swings, water play area, pirate ship and loads more. Whilst at California Country Park you can also feed the ducks, go for a walk around the lake, visit…
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Elms Field Play Area and Park in Wokingham

Elms Field Play Area and Park in Wokingham

The Elms Field Play Area and Park in Wokingham opened in Summer 2019. The open green space and large wooden play area can be found in the centre of Wokingham itself. What's at the play area? The play area has a wide selection of play equipment suitable for both older and younger children. The play area also meet the ‘Plan Inclusive Play Areas' (PiPA) accessible play area standards when built. The play equipment is all very natural predominantly made of wood, rope with a bit of metal. You will find: climbing frames all with slides, swings, musical instruments, spring toys, balance beams,…
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