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Dinton Adventure Golf kindly invited us down to their 18 hole crazy golf course for a game which is based at Dinton Pastures Country Park.
From the main Dinton Pastures Country Park car park you walk past the ‘dog wash’ on your left and head down towards the bridge. Before the bridge take the first right where you will find a path down to the adventure golf course – it’s all buggy friendly. If you have crossed the bridge and reached the play area you have gone too far!
Once you get to Dinton Adventure Golf you pay at the wooden cabin and collect your clubs, balls and score card. Everything is still Covid-friendly and balls and clubs are sanitised between players.
The golf course has a British Wildlife theme and there are lots of animals to spot on the way around plus the country park setting also enhances the atmosphere.
Some of the holes are trickier that others but we had a great session and a few laughs navigating the course. I thought the course was a good length – not too long or too short. It took us about 45 minutes to complete.
The course welcomes all ages and has a wood-chip surface around all the holes which is buggy friendly.
How much did it cost?
The Adventure Golf costs just £4.95 per person for everyone over 4 years. 3 and under are free of charge. You also need to pay to park – don’t forget with the parking that you need to check in and check out!
The opening times (subject to weather) are Monday – Friday 10am-6pm (last entry 5pm) and 9.30am-6pm (last entry 5pm) during the weekends and school / Bank Holidays.
How do we book Dinton Adventure Golf?
What else is there to do?
After our game of adventure golf we went for a play in the Dinton Play Park. It’s a fantastic large play park to explore and you can help to the lake for a walk and you could also feed the geese, swans and ducks. There is also a cafe next to the car park.
Where can I park?
The address for Dinton Pastures Country Park is Dinton Pastures Country Park, Davis St, Hurst, Wokingham RG10 0TH.
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