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Parks in Berkshire

There are many great play areas and parks in Berkshire. Each of the below parks has a clickable link where you can click and read a blog post about each park, which includes photos, what equipment is at the park as well as information about facilities and parking details.

Parks in Berkshire

  1. Broomhall Recreation Ground, Sunningdale

    Broomhall Recreation Ground is based in Sunningdale and is a family friendly park with green open space, play areas including one for toddlers with sandpit and a wonderful green dragon. Dragon at Broomhall Recreation Ground

  2. Jocks Lane Recreation Ground, Bracknell

    Jocks Lane is based in Bracknell. It is a popular family park, especially in the Summer months due to the splash pad. There is a play park, large field, miniature railway, mini golf, cafe and walks. Splash Pad at Jocks Lane Recreational Park

  3. Westmorlands Park, Warfield

    The park has a play area, small astro pitch, a pond for feeding the ducks, playing fields and a woodland walk. Westmorland Park

  4. Locks Ride Recreation Ground, Winkfield

    Locks Ride Recreation Ground is based in between Ascot and Warfield. It is a popular park which has a large sand pit, splash pad, play equipment including swings, slide, zip wire, trampoline and more. Locks Ride Sandpit

  5. Ockwells Park, Maidenhead

    Ockwells Park in Maidenhead is a large play area set next to nature walks and green space. There are two sheep also in a field next to the park. Ockwells Park

  6. Adventure Playgrounds at The Discovery Centre, Thacham

    These are lovely adventures playgrounds, one for older children and the other for younger children set in a natural environment. You can also feed the birds on the lake and go for a nice walk. Adventure Playground, Thatcham

  7. Dinton Pastures Play Park, Wokingham

    The Dinton Pasture Play Park is a generous size park with lots of equipment made from wood based a Dinton Pasture Country Park. The park focuses on inclusive play which focuses on tactile and sensory play.Swinging log at Dinton Pastures Country Park

  8. Clewer Memorial Recreation Ground, Windsor

    Clewer Memorial Recreation Ground is based Dedworth, Windsor. The park is known as ‘The Pirate Park’ and has a giant pirate-ship as a centre piece in the main play area. Pirate Ship Clewer Park

  9. Playground at Ray Mill Island, Maidenhead

    Ray Mill Island based in Maidenhead is a fantastic place to visit with children. On the island alongside sculptures, a cafe and a place to feed to ducks and swans. The play area is small but a lovely place for little ones to explore.Frog Playground Ray Mill Island, Maidenhead

  10. Boyn Grove Park, Maidenhead

    Boyn Grove Park in Maidenhead is set on Boyn Grove (Putt Hill). Boyn Grove has open space and a play area which includes climbing equipment, swings, roundabout for children between 4-12 years. Boyn Grove Park, Maidenhead

  11. King George V Recreation Ground, Winkfield Row

    King George V Recreation Ground is based in Winkfield Row. New play equipment was put into the park in 2019. There is a helter-skelter slide, trampoline, roundabout, swings and more. King George V Recreation Ground

  12. Home Park Play Area, Windsor

    The Home Park Play Area is next to Windsor Castle and surrounded by open space. You can either park at the Home Park or walk from the town centre to the play area. Home Park Play Area

  13. Pope’s Meadow, Binfield

    Pope’s Meadow in Binfield is a lovely place to play in the park and also go for a gentle walk. There is also a pond where you can feed the ducks. Pope's Meadow Play Area, Binfield

  14. Savernake Park, Winkfield, Bracknell Forest

    Savernake Park has two play areas side by side, one for older children and one for younger children plus a den building area. Savernake Park Play Area

  15. Woodford Park, Woodley

    We recently visited Woodford Park in Woodley and spent hours there as there was plenty to do. There are three different play areas to explore.
    Woodford Park

Have you read the Berkshire Mummies blog posts about Toddler Parks in Berkshire, Places to Feed the Ducks, Family Friendly Walks and Buggy Walks?

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