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Mill Park at Mill Pond in Bracknell

Mill Park at Mill Pond in Bracknell is a lovely place to visit. There is a circular walk around the pond and when we went you could see cormorants and swans on the pond. There were also ducks, so make sure you bring some food for them if you would like to feed them. Alongside the pond you will find McDonalds, a cafe (see picture below) plus play areas and a skate board park. 

Mill Pond and Cafe
Mill Pond Bracknell
What’s at Mill Park 

The first play area is near to McDonalds and the Mill Pond / Mill Park car park. The play area has a range of play equipment including a large metal climbing, a wooden castle with long slide and a wooden pirate ship and a range of swings including toddler swings and a tyre swing. It’s a fun park to explore. 

Mill Park Bracknell
Climbing Frame at Mill Park Bracknell
Castle Slide at Mill Park and Pond Bracknell
Swing at Mill Park Bracknell

There is then also a skate park and more play equipment ‘The Olympic Legacy’ which includes climbing wall, climbing frame, monkey bars in a separate part of the park etc. 

What facilities are there? 

There is a cafe and toilets at Mill Park and also McDonalds. The cafe is normally open Tuesday – Friday 8.00am – 2.30pm, Saturday & Sunday 9.00am – 2.30pm (Covid-19 restrictions may have altered these times). 

Where can you park when we visit Mill Park at Mill Pond in Bracknell? 

The car park can be found at The Keep, Wildridings Road, Bracknell RG12 7WT.

If you drive as though you are going to McDonalds, instead of driving into the McDonalds car park, keep driving forwards and the Mill Park car park is on your right near the play equipment. 

Other parks you may enjoy are Savernake Park in Bracknell and Jocks Lane Recreation Ground. For more parks in Berkshire, click here.

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