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Parks in Berkshire with Sandpits

There are many fantastic parks in Berkshire, some of which have sand pits and are worth taking your bucket and spade to when you visit. Below you will find a list of Parks in Berkshire with Sandpits.

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Parks in Berkshire with Sandpits

  1. Broomhall Recreation Ground, Sunninghill

    Broomhall Recreation Ground is a brilliant family park which has a giant green dragon, plenty of play equipment for all ages plus a toddler area with good sized sandpit.Sandpit at Broomhall Recreation Ground

  2. Riverside Gardens, Maidenhead

    Riverside Gardens (Ray Mead Road, SL6 8NP) in Maidenhead have a park area, crazy golf, cafe and large sandpit area – there are even palm trees! Riverside Gardens is just up the road from Boulter’s Lock and Ray Mill Island which are also great to explore with the kids.
    Sandpit Maidenhead Riverside Gardens

  3. Locks Ride Recreation Ground, Winkfield

    Locks Ride Recreation Ground has a fantastic large sandpit. The sandpit forms part of the play area. There is also a splash pad, ice cream shop and you can hire on-site BBQ’s. Locks Ride Sandpit

  4. Clewer Memorial Recreation Ground aka The Pirate Park, Dedworth

    The ‘Pirate Park’ has a large pirate-ship plus lots of other play equipment and open green space. There is also plenty of sand so a bucket and spade are a must. Pirate Ship Clewer Park

  5. Saddleback Farm Shop, Newbury

    The children’s play area at Saddleback Farm Shop is avaliable for it’s customers use and has a sandpit with toys, a slide, and a climbing shaped like a castle (equipped with a bridge that goes between the “look out” and the slide), there is also a beautiful view of the farm land. 

    Saddleback Farm Shop Sandpit

  6. Dinton Pastures, Wokingham

    Dinton Pastures is a large play park at Dinton Pastures Country Park. It has a sand pit alongside lots of other fantastic play equipment. Dinton Pastures Sandpit

  7. Sandhurst Memorial Park, Sandhurst

    Sandhurst Memorial Park is a large and popular play area with Sandpit. There is also a lovely walk along The River Blackwater and Shepherd Meadows. Sandhurst Memorial Park Sand Pit

  8. Woodford Park, Woodley

     This is an enclosed play area with lovely views of the river. The sandpit has a slide and tunnel to play on. There is also a paddling pool at Woodford Park which is open during the Summer months. Woodford Park Sandpit

  9. Christchurch Meadows, Reading

    Here you will find a large sandpit within the play area plus a wooden boat, views of the river and it is also near the paddling pool (\which is open during the Summer months). There is a skatepark nearby too. Christchurch Meadows Sandpit

  10. Propsect Park, Reading

    There is sandpit which is near the basket ball courts and football pitches. It is hidden behind the old play area, rather than with the new play area. Prospect Park Reading

  11. Mill Park, Bracknell

    Mill Park has a sandpit around the pirate ship in the play area near the lake. Mill Park Bracknell

  12. Victoria Park, Newbury

    Victoria Park in Newbury has an enclosed sandpit which is next to the play area and splash pad. Sandpit at Victoria Park in Newbury

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