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Places to Walk

Geocaching

Geocaching

Have you been Geocaching before? Geocaching is 'the world's largest treasure hunt' and is a free activity; outdoors, lots of fun and great fun for the whole family. We have been several times now and really enjoy the challenge of finding a geocache.  What do I need to go Geocaching? All you need to do is to create an account on the Geocaching website or download and sign up to the app which gives you access to the Geocaching map. Click here for more details. How does Geocaching work? Once you have the Geocaching app, you can search the app…
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Dinosaur Trail at Herschel Park

Dinosaur Trail at Herschel Park

Today we headed to Slough to have a go at the Dinosaur Trail at Herschel Park. We have a child who adores dinosaurs and it was a great opportunity to get outside on an adventure, despite the rain.  The Dinosaur Trail Active Slough have put up an Xplorer Dinosaur Trail at Herschel Park which is on throughout the summer and there are 15 dinosaurs cards hidden around the park. Each of the dinosaurs card has a dinosaur picture on it, a number and a dinosaur fact on it. Click here to access the map of where the dinosaurs are hiding. …
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Walking at Shepherd Meadows and River Blackwater, Sandhurst

Walking at Shepherd Meadows and River Blackwater, Sandhurst

We went walking at Shepherd Meadows and River Blackwater, Sandhurst on a sunny summer Sunday afternoon. It was such a delightful place to walk. The walk at Shepherd Meadows is linked at one end to neighbouring Sandhurst Memorial Park to the south of Sandhurst.  Where did we walk? From the car park (see postcode at the bottom of this post) we walked over a playing field until we met the River Blackwater. We then found a bridge where people were feeding the ducks, that were swimming in the river (so don’t forget to take some bread) as you might have the…
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Buggy Friendly Walks in Berkshire

Buggy Friendly Walks in Berkshire

Since having our second child we have been re-discovering buggy friendly walks in Berkshire. They have been great to explore. It’s worth noting we walk with an off-road buggy and have only tested the below walks with this type of buggy. If you click the links below, they will each take you to a blog post, which has been written about each walk, providing pictures and more information and Berkshire Mummies experience of each walk. Where can I find a good Buggy Friendly Walks in Berkshire? Boulter’s Lock and Ray Mill Island, Maidenhead - Boulter's Lock and Ray Mill Island…
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Walking at Maidenhead Thicket & The Butterfly Trail

Walking at Maidenhead Thicket & The Butterfly Trail

We recently went walking at Maidenhead Thicket and The Butterfly Trail. The walk felt like a good adventure as there were plenty of different paths to take and some nature trail routes to find. We didn’t take one but this would be a lovely walk to take a picnic on as there is lots of open space and benches dotted around. The walk also is quite unique as to access the Maidenhead Thicket side of the walk from the car park off Henley Road you walk over a pedestrian motorway bridge. The bridge is a little disconcerting at first as you…
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Walking at Peacock Meadows, Bracknell

Walking at Peacock Meadows, Bracknell

We went Walking at Peacock Meadows, Bracknell on the last weekend in June, during lockdown and it was relatively quiet. The meadow is a large open space made up of 36 hectares. There are clean and tidy paths and a free car park. The meadow is dog friendly and we got an off road buggy around the site without a problem. The paths are also flat and we saw a couple of people cycling on them. Whilst Walking at Peacock Meadows, Bracknell we followed the path to the left from the car park. This initially gave us a great overview…
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Walking at Buckler’s Forest, Crowthorne

Walking at Buckler’s Forest, Crowthorne

Last week, during the week we went Walking at Buckler's Forest, Crowthorne. The walk is adjacent to a new housing estate, Buckler's Park which is still being built and covers 100 acres of forest, grasslands, heathland and ponds. The site was once the former Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) and on your walk you may see some existing features of the research site including the fire tower. The area to walk in felt vast with all the ponds and tall forest trees. There are a number of different set paths you could take and from the car park there were information…
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Walking at Englemere Pond Nature Reserve, Ascot

Walking at Englemere Pond Nature Reserve, Ascot

This week we went walking at Englemere Pond Nature Reserve, Ascot. The 68.2 acre site is made up of woodland, heathland and a giant pond which I would describe more as a 'lake'. The site is of special scientific interest for its rare wetland plants and animals found on the site. If you start at the car park you will find a map of the site, which has two trails marked on it. The Dragonfly Trial (approx 40 minutes) and The Woodpecker Trail (approx 20 minutes). There are then wooden markers around the nature reserve which help you follow a…
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Walking at Bramshot Farm Country Park, Fleet

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. What impressed me the most about Bramshot Country Park is how well managed and maintained the 91 acres site was.…
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A walk at Frost Folly

A walk at Frost Folly

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…
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