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.
Parks in Berkshire with Sandpits
- Broomhall Recreation Ground, Sunninghill
- 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.
- 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.
- Clewer Memorial Recreation Ground aka The Pirate Park, Dedworth
- Toddler Park at South Hill Park, Bracknell
The Toddler Park at South Hill Park is covered in sand. This enclosed play space has a slide, wooden play equipment and musical stepping stones. The grounds at South Hill Park are also lovely to explore.
- 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. (Re-opens from 1st April 2021 for takeaways and fully open on 12th April 2021)
- 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. Please check the park before travelling for their booking system.
- 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.
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