There are a number of Parks and Playgrounds in Windsor, which all vary in design and setting. Berkshire Mummies has visited them and written blog posts and shared photos plus locations for each of the play areas which you can read about below by clicking on the links below. Each blog post will give you the address for the park including parking information.
Three of the playgrounds in Windsor currently don’t have Berkshire Mummies blog posts, but they are the play areas at Windsor Leisure Centre, Imperial Park and also Bachelors Acre. Bachelors Acre can be found off Victoria Street in Windsor itself – this is a popular park especially in the Summer months as it has fountains to run around it.
Where are the play areas in Windsor
Parks and Playgrounds in Windsor
- Home Park Play Area
The Home Park Play Area is a wonderful play area that sits under Windsor Castle in the Home Park and is surrounded by beautiful trees. It’s a lovely play area to enjoy and not far from the town centre.
- Clewer Memorial Recreation Ground aka ‘The Pirate Park’
The Pirate Park is a popular playground in Dedworth Windsor. The playground also boasts a large sandpit, so don’t forget your bucket and spades. There is a large pirate ship in the centre of the play area plus loads of plenty of play equipment, open green space, free parking and a cafe.
- Vansittart Recreation Ground
- Clewer Manor Play Area
In addition to these Parks and Playgrounds in Windsor you might also enjoy visiting Alexandra Gardens by the river, which doesn’t have a park but is a lovely place for a stroll and picnic.
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