Parks

York Road Play Area in Binfield

York Road Play Area in Binfield

The York Road Play Area in Binfield has brand new play equipment which is of fantastic quality and suitable for both older and younger children. What's at the play area? The play area has a range of play equipment suitable for younger children including a wooden house with slides and steps, two brightly coloured spring toys - a bee and ladybird, two toddler swings, a grass bank with tunnel running through it and two willow tunnels. For older children there is a large climbing frame / obstacle course, a range of swings including bucket swings and rope swing. There is…
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Silchester Playground

Silchester Playground

Silchester Playground is maintained by a team of volunteers - The Silchester Playground Association and it’s a well maintained wooden play area over looking Silchester Playing Field. The park is great for toddlers and older children. The playground is in Hampshire but on the Berkshire border, approx 9 miles from Reading.  The play area is a short car drive from Silchester Roman ruins and archaeological site and Roman town of Calleva Atrebatum.  What is at the play area?  The enclosed play area has a range of wooden equipment including a fantastic wooden train, climbing frame, swings suitable for all ages,…
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South Hill Road Play Area in Bracknell

South Hill Road Play Area in Bracknell

The South Hill Road Play Area in Bracknell can be found not far from the North Lake at South Hill Park. The play area is nestled away in a wooded area where there is also a woodland area to discover with fallen trees to climb. The park can also be accessed from South Hill Road. What is at South Hill Road Play Area? The play area has a range of equipment from aimed aimed at both younger and older children. There is a new climbing frame, large swing, tunnel, monkey bars, rope climbing frame, roundabout, climbing wall and more. You…
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Finchampstead Baptist Church (FBC) Play Area

Finchampstead Baptist Church (FBC) Play Area

Finchampstead Baptist Church (FBC) Play Area is an impressive space which is suitable for all ages and there is certainly plenty to do. There is a large playground plus an multi-use games area and a woodland walk. What is at the playground? There are swings for both older children and toddlers, a trampoline, tunnels, climbing frames, hills, bridges, multiple slides, a zip wire and more. The play area is all enclosed and next to an open grass field and the multi-use games area. There is also a woodland next to the multi-use games area and field which has woodland paths…
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Parks in Berkshire with Sandpits

Parks in Berkshire with Sandpits

There are many fantastic parks in Berkshire, some of which have sand pits and are worth taking your bucket and spade to when you visit. Below you will find a list of Parks in Berkshire with Sandpits. Parks in Berkshire with Sandpits Broomhall Recreation Ground, Sunninghill Broomhall Recreation Ground is a brilliant family park which has a giant green dragon, plenty of play equipment for all ages plus a toddler area with good sized sandpit. Riverside Gardens, Maidenhead Riverside Gardens (Ray Mead Road, SL6 8NP) in Maidenhead have a park area, crazy golf, cafe and large sandpit area - there…
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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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Parks in Berkshire

Parks in Berkshire

There are many great play areas and parks in Berkshire. Each of the below parks has a clickable link where you can click and read a blog post about each park, which includes photos, what equipment is at the park as well as information about facilities and parking details. Parks in Berkshire Broomhall Recreation Ground, Sunningdale Broomhall Recreation Ground is based in Sunningdale and is a family friendly park with green open space, play areas including one for toddlers with sandpit and a wonderful green dragon. Jocks Lane Recreation Ground, Bracknell Jocks Lane is based in Bracknell. It is a…
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Jocks Lane Recreation Ground

Jocks Lane Recreation Ground

Jocks Lane Recreation Ground is a popular park in Bracknell which is run by Bracknell Town Council. During the Summer months when the splash pad is running, it is particularly popular. What is there to do at Jocks Lane Recreation Park? There is loads on offer at Jocks Lane including a play area, plus a large open field which has a zip wire. There are tennis and basket ball courts plus table tennis tables, a miniature golf course and cafe. Jocks Lane is home to Bracknell Railway Society and they run miniature train rides for the public on specific dates,…
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Asher Recreation Ground in Cranbourne

Asher Recreation Ground in Cranbourne

Asher Recreation Ground in Cranbourne had a brand new play area installed in 2020. The playground is well maintained, although not the largest park it has a good range of play equipment. What is at the play area?  The play area has swings for both younger and older children. There is a climbing frame with an enclosed helter-skelter slide.  You will find a roundabout, rope climbing frame and ‘see-saw bouncer’ and toddler see-saw. There are also a few extra bits of equipment for toddlers to enjoy.  The park is set in large open field which is well maintained. The park…
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Walking at Lily Hill Park in Bracknell

Walking at Lily Hill Park in Bracknell

We love walking at Lily Hill Park in Bracknell it is one of our favourite places to go for a family walk and adventure. The park is made up of 23 hectares of public open space which includes woodland areas, open green space, ponds, a boardwalk and sculptures plus plenty of wildlife and flowers. It’s also home to England’s longest picnic bench - carved from a single piece of wood. We park in the North Car Park which is free of charge and can be found off Lily Hill Road. Once parked we take either the path next to the…
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