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Clewer Memorial Recreation Ground

Clewer Memorial Recreation Ground is in Dedworth, Windsor and is a popular park also known as ‘The Pirate Park’. There is a giant pirate ship (the photo below just shows half of it) in the play area plus a pirate flag on the flag pole near the cafe. 

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Pirate Ship Clewer Park

The Pirate Ship is based in the main play area with sand on the ground, so do take your bucket and spade. There is also play equipment for younger children. In a separate part of the park there is a more ‘traditional’ park are swings, monkey bars etc. 

Park at Clewer Road
Clewer Road Sand and Tunnel

At the park you will find a large open space with football pitches. There is a cafe, with a serving hatch and soft play. There are also picnic tables and a car park.

Windsor Soft Play
Open Space Clewer Road

BBQ’s are not permitted at Clewer Memorial Recreation Ground and there is also a multi-use games area.

Have you visited Locks Ride Recreation Ground in between Ascot and Warfield? Or Jocks Lane Recreation Ground in Bracknell?

Where do you park?

Car Park address: Located on Clarence Road, Windsor – close to the junction of Clarence Road (B3024) and A332.

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