There are two brilliant playgrounds at The Pinewood Centre in Wokingham Without – one is a wooden adventure playground set in a woodland and the other is train themed and next to the Pinewood Miniature Railway but neither are far apart from one another, so you could play in both whilst visiting.
In addition there is the Pinewood Trim Trail (see picture below), which is a free wooden fitness trail for 12 years plus which can be found near Dickie’s Pond.
The wooden adventure playground is large, with lots of play equipment including a giant rope climbing frame, wooden obstacle courses, zip wire, hills, tunnels, swings, a toddler swing and toddler climbing frame house and so much more.
The other adventure playground has a train theme, with two toy trains to play on and even a ticket office. There are swings for both toddlers and older children, a slide, trampoline, climbing frame and more.
The parks are both fantastic and not far apart, so it’s easy to play in both areas.
What is at The Pinewood Centre?
At the Pinewood Centre there is a lovely woodland walk where you can find wood carvings in the woodland.
There is a cafe with toilets and free parking.
There is also a bottle and clothing bank.
At the Pinewood Centre lots of clubs and groups are based including:
Pinewood Football Club, Pinewood Judo Club, Pinewood Gymnastics Club, 2nd Crowthorne Scout Group plus more, click here to find out more about the Pinewood Centre.
Where can you park?
The address for the car park is Pinewood Centre, Old Wokingham Road, Wokingham, Berkshire, RG40 3AQ
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