Grenfell Park in Maidenhead is located in just around the corner from Maidenhead Train Station and town centre. The park was donated to the town in 1897 by Lord Desborough (William Grenfell) to mark Queen Victoria’s Dimond Jubilee. Grenfell Park is surrounded by banks which are covered in trees, plus a large open flat space.
What is at Grenfell Park?
There are two play areas, one which is packed full of play equipment including a range of climbing frames for older and younger children, monkey bars, zip wire, slide, seesaw, spring toys, obstacle course and toddler swings.
You will also find an outdoor gym next to the main play area.
In the second play area, on the opposite side of the park you will find a zip wire, slide which is down a grass bank and a bucket swing. There is also a table tennis table.
There is also a multi-use play area for basketball and netball, plus there is a cafe too.
What else is at the park?
You will also find picnic benches, a water fountain and a cannon!
Where can I park?
There is a small car park at Grenfell Park. The address for the park is 48 Grenfell Rd, Maidenhead SL6 1HG. Click here for the what3words location.
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