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Large Play Areas in Berkshire

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There are a number of large play areas in Berkshire which offer fantastic play spaces across the county. Click the link on each of the parks below and you will be taken to a blog post all about the specific park which shares what play equipment and facilities are there plus where to park.

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Large Play Areas in Berkshire

  1. The Look Out Play Area, Bracknell

    The Look Out play area is set in a woodland, its a large park and is divided into three areas – an inclusive area, an area for 3-6 year olds and an area for 7+ years. It’s a brilliant play area with loads to do, including a den building area. It is free of charge but parking charges apply.
    Boat and Slide The Look Out Bracknell Swinley Forest

  2. Finchampstead Baptist Church (FBC) Play Area, Gorse Ride North

    The play area at Finchampstead Baptist Church (FBC) has a large park, open green space and a large multi-use surface with mini football pitches, netball and basketball hoops, table tennis and much more. FBC Playground

  3. Dinton Pastures Play Park, Wokingham

    Dinton Pastures was built with the aim of being a place for inclusive play with an emphasis on tactile and sensory play. It is a large size play park with wooden play equipment. swings, underground tunnels, a zip wire, giant wooden nest towers, a swinging hanging log, tunnels and so much more. It is free to play at the park but parking charges apply.
    Swing at Dinton Pastures Play Park

  4. The Pinewood Centre, Wokingham

    The Pinewood Centre in Wokingham has two fantastic good sized parks – one an Adventure Playground in the woods and the other a train theme playground. There is also a flat woodland walk on site. Both parks are in walking distance and there is free parking. Pinewood Centre Playground

  5. The Nature Discovery Centre, Thatcham

    The Nature Discovery Centre in Thatcham has two good size adventure play areas – one for older children and the other for younger children. Both are in walking distance of the lake and are wooden play areas.
    Adventure Playground, Thatcham

  6. California Country Park, Wokingham

    California Country Park was newly renovated and expanded in April 2021. The park is now a large play area with areas for water and musical play. There is a pirate ship, wooden tree house with slide, climbing frames and trampoline, zip wire and more. It’s free to play in the park but you need to pay for parking. California Country Park

  7. Locks Ride Recreation Ground, Winkfield

    (Sections of this play area are currently under going maintenance) Locks Ride Recreation Ground is a lovely park which is based around a large sandpit. There is a bridge, slide, swings, zip wires, swings, splash pad and more. Remember your buckets and spades. There is free parking and toilets. Locks Ride Sandpit

  8. Clewer Memorial Recreation Ground, Dedworth

    Clewer Memorial Recreation Ground in Dedworth, Windsor is a large park with a fantastic pirate ship. There is sand so it is worth taking your bucket and spade. There is a range of play equipment plus a play area without sand. There is also a large playing field and cafe. Pirate Ship Clewer Park

  9. Elms Field Play Area, Wokingham

    Elms Field Play Area is based in the centre of Wokingham and is made up of wooden, rope and metal play equipment. There are some insect wooden sculptures and its suitable for all ages. Rope Swing Elms Field Wokingham

  10. Woodford Park, Woodley

    Woodford Park, Woodley: This play area is fantastic and there are three play areas to explore, two enclosed and one in the playing field. There is also a large pond to walk around, plus Woodford Leisure Centre and the Oakwood Centre (across the field from the car park) with cafe for refreshments. Woodford Park

  11. Prospect Park, Reading

    Prospect Park, Reading is a large enclosed play area, with equipment for all ages and abilities. The new play area is enclosed and have a large tower and slide, there are a number of swings, musical instrument area and much more. The old play area is still at the park with sandpit, climbing frames. There is a large field, sports courts and Ranger Station which has a cafe, low ropes course and adventure golf – these are paid for activities. There is also a miniature railway.Prospect Park

Large Play Areas in Berkshire – Paid Entry

  1. *Tumblestone Hollow, Oxfordshire

Tumblestone Hollow is a mysteriously magical adventure playground set in the grounds of Stonor Park in Oxfordshire, just outside Henley-on-Thames. We have visited many times and always enjoy our time there.

Tumblestone Hollow

2. *Adventure Play, Great Windsor Park

Adventure Play is a massive and beautifully designed and well constructed play area for the whole family based next door to The Savill Garden and Obelisk Pond in Great Windsor Park. It opens in the Summer of 2023.

Adventure Play Windsor Great Park

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