Berkshire Walks

Woodland Walk at the Pinewood Centre

Woodland Walk at the Pinewood Centre

Have you discovered the Woodland Walk at the Pinewood Centre in Wokingham? As well as two large play areas there is a cafe, popular miniature railway, various clubs and activities, a playing field, allotments, picnic areas, a pond and woodland walk set in almost 18 acres. Where did we walk? From the car park we walk left toward the allotments and playing fields towards Dickies Pond.  On the way to the pond we discovered the Pinewood Trim Trail, which is in effect a free wooden fitness trail for 12 years plus in a woodland setting. From here we followed the path…
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Walking at Piglittle Field in Binfield

Walking at Piglittle Field in Binfield

Piglittle Field is a walk in open green space which is linked to Keephatch Park Nature Reserve and Pope’s Meadow if you wish to extend your walk in the direction of Wokingham or Binfield. Walking at Piglittle Field in Binfield allows you to walk in open green space with designated footpaths. Where did we walk? From the car park we entered Piglittle Field on our right and did a loop around the first field. You could extend the walk by heading into the next field in the top left hand corner of the field. In the second field there is…
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Savernake Park in Bracknell Forest

Savernake Park in Bracknell Forest

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…
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Walks by Water in Berkshire

Walks by Water in Berkshire

There are lots of wonderful 'Walks by Water in Berkshire', whether it's walking by the River Thames, the Kennet and Avon Canal, a pond or lake. Here are some family friendly walks which we have tired and enjoyed. I have listed a number of walks below, click on the links for a more detailed blog post about each walk, with information about parking. Walks by Water in Berkshire Walking at Simon's Wood, Finchampstead The walk at Simon's Wood is predominately a woodland walk through a fantastic woodland, however it has a pond in the middle of it and makes a…
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Woodland Walks in Berkshire

Woodland Walks in Berkshire

Berkshire has many great walks to offer, including ones in the forest and woods. We have explored several and will continue to add Woodland Walks in Berkshire to this post as and when we discover them. Woodland Walks in Berkshire Finchampstead Ridges, Finchampstead This walk has spectacular views and there is also the opportunity to walk in woodland alongside heathland. Simon's Wood, Finchampstead Simon's Wood is a wonderful woodland walk through a beautiful woodland. In the middle of the wood is a large pond and there is also the Centenary Trail to follow. Buckler's Forest, Crowthorne Buckler's Forest is an…
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