The play area in the Home Park, Windsor is a lovely small park next to Windsor Castle and open space which includes multiple sports pitches. According to rbwm.gov.uk the ‘Home Park Public forms part of the Crown Estate, lying in the setting of Windsor Castle. The Park formed part of the private grounds of Windsor Castle until 1851, when Queen Victoria authorised and commanded that the land should be used for the recreation of the inhabitants of Windsor’.
What is there to do at the Home Park Play Area?
The play area is suitable for 3 – 12 year old children. One section of the park is aimed at younger children with equipment, suitable for their age. There are swings, a seesaw and climbing frame with slides for older children. The park is fenced off from the rest of the open space and well maintained. It is also surrounded by trees making for a lovely play environment.
Where can I park?
The Home Park is located on Romney Lock Road, off King Edward VII Avenue in Windsor and there is pay and display car parking. You can also walk from Windsor Town Centre.
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