Berkshire Mummies has been on many, many walks over the years. All of the walks have been done with a dog, so are dog-friendly. Many thanks Marla White Photography for supplying the banner photo for this blog post.
Walking to The Copper Horse, Windsor Great Park – this is a long walk but worth it for the views of Windsor Castle and The Copper Horse. Dogs need to be kept on their leads in the deer park.
California Country Park, Wokingham – this is a flat walk around the lake at California Country Park. It’s a great place to enjoy nature on the lake.
Dinton Pastures Country Park, Wokingham – there are large lakes to walk around and a number of paths to follow. The walks are flat.
Shepherd Meadows and River Blackwater, Camberley is a good sized walk along the river. When we visited there were cows to see too.
Allen’s Field, South Ascot – consists of woodland, wet woodland and grassland space. There is a map in the car park to help guide you around the 9.5 hectare site and threw the woods there are trodden paths, bridges and boardwalks to follow.
Black Park Country Park, Wexham – There are a number of walking routes you can take at Black Park Country Park, including the walk around the lake.
Green Man Sculpture Trail, Jennets Park, Bracknell -Tarman’s Copse is a 24 acre (9.68 hectare) area of ancient woodland, this is a gentle walk on flat paths, where you can see the Green Man sculptures.
Walking at Hurley and Hurley Lock – A lovely walk along the Thames Path. You can follow the path from Hurley all the way to Marlow depending on how long a walk you want to do.
Walking at Windlesham Field of Remembrance – Windlesham is in Surrey and sits just over the border from Berkshire. At Windlesham Field of Remembrance you will find large open fields surrounded by established trees plus a woodland walk.
Walking at The Heath, Ascot Racecourse – The Heath is a 1.7 mile circular walk. Walking at The Heath is impressive as you can see the Ascot Racecourse grandstand throughout and also walk alongside the race track. The walk is popular with dog walkers.
Walking at Donnington Castle, Newbury – It’s free to visit the castle ruins (parking charges apply however) and there is a lovely walk too. From Donnington Castle you can also walk to Snelsmore Common, the walk is 3.6 miles.
Walking at Snelsmore Common, Newbury – Walking at Snelsmore Common has lots of different walking route options and is made up of a range of habitats which include woodlands, wet mires and heathland. There are several designated routes; Easy Access Trail – 0.75 miles on paved path. Heathland Trail 1 1/4 miles, Lizard Route (orange way marks), Mire Trail 1 mile and The Dragonfly Route (Purple Waymarks). For a longer walk you can head over towards Donnington Castle, this is a circular walk of approximately 3.6 miles.
Walking at Dorney Wetlands, Dorney – This is on a section of The Jubilee River which runs from Maidenhead to Windsor. Perfect flat paths for dog walking and is a great place to see wildlife.
Walking at Thames Valley Park, Reading – The walk is a flat walk and mainly along footpaths with plenty of wildlife to see along the way.
Walking at Horseshoe Lake, Sandhurst – A whole loop of the lake is 1.2 miles. The path is flat all the way around the lake.
Woodland Walk at the Pinewood Centre, Wokingham – This walk is set in almost 18 acres of land. There are plenty of different paths to take with sculptures to see along the way.
Walking at Piglittle Field, Binfield – Piglittle Field is a walk in open green space which is linked to Keephatch Park Nature Reserve and Pope’s Meadow if you wish to extend your walk in the direction of Wokingham or Binfield. Walking at Piglittle Field in Binfield allows you to walk in open green space with designated footpaths.
Walking along the Jubilee River – The Jubilee River walk is along flat paths and a great way to see wildlife. The river runs between Maidenhead and Windsor and is a 7.2 mile man-made flood relief channel.
Walking at Braywick Nature Reserve – There were lots of dogs being walked whilst we were on our walk here and dog waste bins dotted around.
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