Buggy Walks

Walking from Baths Island to Windsor Bridge

Walking from Baths Island to Windsor Bridge

Windsor is a beautiful place to explore and we have always loved visiting the royal town and there are some fantastic walks around Windsor including along The Long Walk. We also enjoy walking from Baths Island to Windsor Bridge which is a walk I describe below. This walk is buggy friendly. Walking to Baths Island and Windsor Bridge? We start our walk by parking at Windsor Leisure Centre. Once parked at the leisure centre, walk towards the River Thames with the Leisure Centre building on the left hand side. You will then be in an open green space. There is…
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Walking at Cantley Park

Walking at Cantley Park

We recently went walking at Cantley Park in Wokingham. The park is made up of park land which is lovely to walk around. It is also home to Cantley Theatre and Cantley Park Sports which offers tennis courts, football pitches and archery. In the middle of Cantley Park you can find Cantley House Hotel. There is also a children's play area and free parking. Where did we walk? As we entered the car park we parked in the car parking spaces to our right. From the car park we walked in the field next to the car park and followed…
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Buggy Friendly Walks in Berkshire

Buggy Friendly Walks in Berkshire

Since having our second child we have been re-discovering buggy friendly walks in Berkshire. They have been great to explore. It’s worth noting we walk with an off-road buggy and have only tested the below walks with this type of buggy. If you click the links below, they will each take you to a blog post, which has been written about each walk, providing pictures and more information and Berkshire Mummies experience of each walk. If you are looking for some Toddler Friendly Parks in Berkshire click here. Where can I find a good Buggy Friendly Walks in Berkshire? Boulter’s…
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Walking at Peacock Meadows, Bracknell

Walking at Peacock Meadows, Bracknell

We went Walking at Peacock Meadows, Bracknell on the last weekend in June, during lockdown and it was relatively quiet. The meadow is a large open space made up of 36 hectares. There are clean and tidy paths and a free car park. The meadow is dog friendly and we got an off road buggy around the site without a problem. The paths are also flat and we saw a couple of people cycling on them. Whilst Walking at Peacock Meadows, Bracknell we followed the path to the left from the car park. This initially gave us a great overview…
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Walking at Buckler’s Forest, Crowthorne

Walking at Buckler’s Forest, Crowthorne

Last week, during the week we went Walking at Buckler's Forest, Crowthorne. The walk is adjacent to a new housing estate, Buckler's Park which is still being built and covers 100 acres of forest, grasslands, heathland and ponds. The site was once the former Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) and on your walk you may see some existing features of the research site including the fire tower. The area to walk in felt vast with all the ponds and tall forest trees. There are a number of different set paths you could take and from the car park there were information…
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