Family Friendly Walks

Walking at Dorney Wetlands

Walking at Dorney Wetlands

We recently went walking at Dorney Wetlands which is on a section of The Jubliee River which runs from Maidenhead to Windsor. The river is a 7.2 mile man-made flood relief channel which was was completed in 2002 the year of the Queen Elizabeth’s Golden Jubilee, hence the name Jubilee River. Where did we walk? From the car park (looking at the river) we headed right down the river path. We followed this path all the way down to Dorney Footbridge. This took us past some picnic benches on the right and then down to the information boards about the…
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Walking at Horseshoe Lake in Sandhurst

Walking at Horseshoe Lake in Sandhurst

Post lockdown, in April we went walking at Horseshoe Lake in Sandhurst. We did a whole loop of the lake, which is 1.2 miles. Where did we walk? From the free car park (details at the end of this post) we went left to meet up with the footpath (walking away from Horseshoe Lake Activity Centre). We then followed the path which had the River Blackwater on our left and Horseshoe Lake could be seen through the trees to the right. We followed the path to the kissing gate. At this point you could have gone left and continued following…
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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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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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