Savernake Park in Bracknell Forest (Winkfield) is a brilliant location to explore with the kids. The walk isn’t very long and mainly around the balancing pond and open green space next to the park, but it’s flat and the paths are surfaced so good for buggies and wheelchair access. It’s a lovely place for a stroll and dogs are also welcome on the site too.
What is at the park?
There are two play areas, side by side both with wooden play equipment. One for older children and the other for younger children. Both playgrounds are fenced.
In the play area for older children there is:
- A large wooden climbing frame with slide, bridge and spiders web.
- There are also a set of swings for all ages.
In the play area for younger children there is:
- A small wooden climbing frame with slide.
- Toddler swings.
- A springing frog.
There is a large balancing pond with ducks and geese, so remember to take some food to feed them with.
On the other side of the park to the play areas there is also a den building area.
You will also see a couple of beautiful wooden carved sculptures dotted around Savernake Park – we found a deer, mushrooms and seed / nut pods.
What else is at Savernake Park?
There is free small car park with a popular crepe van – AL Crepes & Cafe. There are benches around the park and a large green open space next to the play area.
Where can I park?
There is a free small car park. The car park can be found at RG12 0UX. The car park is at the junction of Savernake Way and Mendip Road.
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