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Ranger Station in Prospect Park

Have you discovered Ranger Station at Prospect Park in Reading? It’s a great place to visit – read on to find out more.

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Ranger Station
What Can you Do at the Ranger Station?

We recently discovered the Ranger Station at Prospect Park in Reading and are very glad we did! It’s a great little activity place.

There are low ropes for younger children (toddlers – 7yrs) to explore. The children will need to be comfortable wearing a harness for this activity. The children also receive a certificate at the end.

You can book a session here.

Ranger Station
Ranger Station

Ranger Station

Ranger Station

There is also a 9 hole mini golf course which looks good fun. You can book here.

Ranger Station

You will find a climbing wall outside which can be booked here.

Plus there are tennis and football courts which can be booked online. If you ask at reception there is also an activity sheet you can do.

What Other Facilities are there?

Ranger Station can host low rope, golf climbing tree and soft archery parties. You can find out more here.

Where Can I Park?

There is free car parking. The address is Liebenrood Road, Reading, RG30 2ND.

What Else?

Why not explore Prospect Park while you are here – it has a great new play area. You can find out more about it here.

There is a BMX track in the park too.

Prospect Park Railway run their miniature trains on select dates at Prospect Park throughout the year. You can find out when on their Facebook page here.

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