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, a trampoline, puzzle boards all in a large enclosed space.
There are also some large wooden sculptures dotted around the park, which are all insect themed.
In the playground there are lots of benches and picnic benches dotted around.
Upon entering the play area you might spot a mosaic on the floor, this makes up part of the Wokingham Mosaic Trail which you can do for free, click here to read more about it.
What facilities are there?
There are restaurants and coffee shops nearby or you could take a picnic. In addition to the play area there are also benches in the open green space park.
There are no toilets at the play area and park.
You will also find the Everyman Cinema directly opposite the play area, so the perfect opportunity for a cinema / park play date!
Where can I park?
There are several car parks in Wokingham which you could park at. Click here to find the nearest car park. We parked at Denmark Street Car Park, click here to view on the map. We crossed over Denmark Street, past Brown Bag Cafe and along Alexandra Crescent where the play area was in-front of you.
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