At Foxley Fields in Binfield you will find two play areas, a hard-surfaced games area, tennis courts and a large playing field. There is also a ‘teenage shelter’ next to the games area. At Foxley Fields you will also find Foxes’ Den Cafe and the Binfield Parish Offices.
What is at Foxley Fields Play Area?
There are two play areas at Foxley Fields in Binfield. The first is an enclosed play area which is next to the a multipurpose games area and tennis courts.
At the enclosed play area you will find a climbing frame with slide, see-saw, swings including a toddler swing and spring toy.
Then across the playing field is another play area which is not enclosed. It includes swings, roundabout, climbing tower and obstacle course which includes a tunnel, bridge and stepping stones.
Foxes Den and Spoonfield
Across from the play area you will also find Foxes’ Den Cafe which is family friendly and great for refreshments. The cafe also have a lovely little garden which has Spoonfield – a village of wooden spoons which is fun for the children to look at.
Where can I park?
There is a small car park at Foxes Den Cafe – The Foxes’ Den Café, Binfield Parish Offices, Benetfeld Road, Binfield. RG42 4EW. The car park is popular but I have found you can normally get road side parking near Foxley Field Play Area – just obviously be respectful of the residential houses alongside the road.
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