There are many wonderful play areas, playgrounds and parks in Bracknell Forest. Below are a number of them. Click into each park and it will take you to a detailed blog post about each of them with address and parking details.
Parks in Bracknell Forest
- Mill Park at Mill Pond, Bracknell
- Westmorlands Park, Warfield
Westmorlands Park has a play area which has a wooden obstacle course, small climbing frame and slide for younger children, a set of swings (see picture), spinning bucket and wobbly animals! Then outside the play area there are a few more play items aimed at older children. There is a small astroturf area for ball games too.
- Savernake Park, Bracknell Forest (Winkfield Parish)
There are two wooden play areas at Savernake Park. One for younger children, the other for older. There is also green space and a pond to walk round. Plus it’s a good location to feed the ducks.
- Jocks Lane Recreation Ground, Bracknell
Jocks Lane Recreation Ground is a popular park in Bracknell. It has a great play area, splash pad in the warmer months, cafe, pitch and putt, miniature railway, walks, tennis courts, football pitch and more.
- Locks Ride Recreation Ground, Winkfield
Locks Ride is found between Ascot and Warfield. It is a fantastic and popular recreation ground. There is a large sandpit, plenty of play equipment, splash pad and catering hut serving refreshments including delicious ice creams.
- Asher Recreation Ground, Cranbourne
- Toddler Park at South Hill Park, Bracknell
The toddler park at South Hill Park was re-done in 2022 and is the perfect size for little ones, it’s bright and there are musical instruments, a swing, slide and games mounted on the wall.
- Pope’s Meadow, Binfield
Pope’s Meadow has a lovely play area overlooking open space. There is a nice gentle walk at Pope’s Meadow with pond where you can feed the ducks.
- King George V Recreation Ground, Winkfield Row
This park has a range of play equipment for both younger children and older children. There is a small climbing frame, toddler swing, roundabout, see-saw and trampoline for younger children. Then climbing frames (one which is quite complicated at the top), helter sketler slide, climbing wall, swings and more for the older children.
- The Look Out Play Area, Bracknell
The Look Out play area is set in a woodland, its a large park and is divided into three areas – an inclusive area, an area for 3-6 year olds and an area for 7+ years. It’s a brilliant play area with loads to do, including a den building area. Click here to read more about the playground. You currently need to pre-book to play at the The Look Out. It is free of charge but parking charges apply.
- The Hedgehog Park, Leppington
The Hedgehog Park has a fantastic large slide and play equipment you would expect to see at a park. You can walk to The Hedgehog Park from South Hill Park if you are looking for an additional play area to discover.
- South Hill Road Play Area, Bracknell
South Hill Road Play Area is set in a woodland and has a wooden climbing frame, monkey bars, tunnel, climbing wall and more. The park can be accessed from the Front Lawn at South Hill Park, near the North Lake.
- Sandhurst Memorial Park, Sandhurst
- Jennett’s Hill Play Area, Jennett’s Park
- Great Hollands Recreation Ground, Great Hollands
- Foxley Fields, Binfield, Binfield
Foxley Fields has an enclosed play area and also a play area on the open grass field. The play areas are near family friendly Foxes Den Cafe. You will find swings, a climbing frame with slide, obstacle course plus a games area.
- York Road Play Area, Binfield
- Harvest Hill Play Area, Warfield
The play area was renovated in 2019. It has play equipment for older and younger children. Although enclosed, there are gaps in the fence so not totally enclosed.
- Harmans Water Road Play Area and Playing Field, Bracknell
- Morgan Recreation Ground, Crowthorne
Morgan Recreation Ground in Crowthorne can be found near the end of the High Street, not far from the fire station. Morgan Recreation Ground is a large open ground with two recently refurbished play areas with a vast range of equipment suitable for children aged from 0-teenagers.
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