Ockwells Park in Maidenhead is another wonderful park in Berkshire that has lots to offer families. The park is set in 130 acres of public space which is part of the nature reserve.
What’s at Ockwells Park in Maidenhead?
Ockwells Park has a fantastic sized park with a wide mixture of play equipment, which includes climbing frames, swings, stepping stones, spider webs and loads more.
Next to the play area, there is a fenced off grazing area where two lovely sheep lives.
At the park you will also find plenty of green space. There is a circular path around the field next to the path which is buggy friendly and a good walk for toddlers. You will find a gym / circuit trail around part of this walk.
You can also explore the paths further around the nature reserve and get to see the Jubilee Woodland growing which was planted in 2012. Whilst we were at the park we saw aeroplanes flying past from White Waltham Airfield.
What facilities are at the park?
At the park you will find toilets. There is a cafe and soft play at the park, the cafe has just been re-furbished and soft play can now be booked. Visit Ockwells Cafe for more details.
The address for Ockwells Park is Ockwells Road, Cox Green, Maidenhead, SL6 3AA. There is a large car park which is free of charge. The car park is large, with disabled bays and two dedicated spaces for parents and child near the play area.
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