Sandhurst Memorial Park holds a green flag award and is set on a 69 acre site which is managed by Bracknell Forest Council and Sandhurst Town Council. The park neighbours Shepherd Meadows which runs along the River Black Water. We have previously walked along the River Black Water at Shepherd Meadows from Marshall Way in GU47 0FJ, which is in the opposite direction to the park but was a lovely walk. Click here to read about our walk.
What is at Sandhurst Memorial Park?
There are two play areas at Sandhurst Memorial Park. Once which is fantastic for younger children and is an enclosed park. It has multiple small climbing frames, some of which you will find in the middle of a sandpit – make sure you pack a bucket and spade. There are toddler swings (sadly some were tied up when we visited), spring toys plus an accessible swing and roundabout.
There is also a zip wire which sits between the two play areas.
In the older play area there is a fantastic large slide at the top of the hill, climbing frames, a bucket swing, two climbing rocks and other swings.
There are also picnic benches dotted around the two playground areas.
What other facilities are there at Sandhurst Memorial Park?
In addition to the park and play equipment at the memorial park you will find open playing fields with football pitches with goal posts and a cricket square. There are also tennis course and a court for multi-use games. Plus a skateboard park.
There are public toilets which are attached to the parish office and community hall which are next to the play area and car park.
You will also find Sandhurst Park Cafe which is situated across the playing field near the skateboard park.
What can you park for Sandhurst Memorial Park?
There is a free car park at Sandhurst Memorial Park. The postcode is GU47 9BJ, the car park can be located off Yorktown Road (A321)
The map below shows you the site, walking routes and park location.
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