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Play Area

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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The Look Out Play Area in Bracknell

The Look Out Play Area in Bracknell

The Look Out Play Area in Bracknell is one of our favourite parks to visit in Berkshire. The play area is set in a woodland in Swinley Forest, it has wonderful play equipment, which is predominantly wooden. The playground is large but divided into three adjoined areas; the first area nearest to the car park is an inclusive play area with lots of equipment suitable for children with additional needs. The middle play area is aimed at 3-6 year olds and the final play area is suitable for children aged 7-11 years.  What play equipment is there?  There is loads…
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Cantley Park Play Area

Cantley Park Play Area

Cantley 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 will find the beautiful Cantley House Hotel. Cantley Park Play Area is near the hotel and sports pitches and although it's not huge it's a good addition to a walk. Click here to read about our walk at Cantley Park. The walk is dog and buggy friendly. What's at Cantley Park Play Area? The play area is enclosed and has swings for…
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Play Area at Pope’s Meadow in Binfield

Play Area at Pope’s Meadow in Binfield

The play area at Pope's Meadow in Binfield is a lovely little park overlooking green fields of open space. Click here to read about our walk at Pope’s Meadow which is buggy and dog friendly. If you visit don't forget some food for the ducks as there a little pond just down the hill from the play area on your left.  What equipment is at the play area?  There are:  Swings for younger and older childrenA climbing frame with slideSmall toddler climbing frameA toddler climbing frameTunnel Spring vehiclesWooden obstacle courseSpinning bowl The play area is not fenced but there is a…
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Toddler Friendly Parks in Berkshire

Toddler Friendly Parks in Berkshire

There are lots of brilliant parks in Berkshire and several are a great environment for younger children to play and explore. Here are some Toddler Friendly Parks in Berkshire. Toddler Friendly Parks in Berkshire Locks Ride Recreation Ground, Ascot This is a lovely place to play, with a large playing field, splash pad in the warm months, a large sandpit (make sure you take your bucket and spade!) and there is also an ice cream cabin. Adventure Playground at The Nature Discovery Centre, Thatcham The Nature Discovery Centre has two play areas, one designed for younger children. Broomhall Recreation Ground,…
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Ockwells Park in Maidenhead

Ockwells Park in Maidenhead

Ockwells Park in Maidenhead is another wonderful park in Berkshire that has lots to offer families. The park is set in 130 acres of public space which is part of the nature reserve. What's at Ockwells Park in Maidenhead? Ockwells Park has a fantastic sized park with a wide mixture of play equipment, which includes climbing frames, swings, stepping stones, spider webs and loads more. Next to the play area, there is a fenced off grazing area where two lovely sheep lives. At the park you will also find plenty of green space. There is a circular path around the…
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Boyn Grove Park in Maidenhead

Boyn Grove Park in Maidenhead

Boyn Grove Park in Maidenhead is a play area situation on Boyn Grove (Punt Hill). There is 2.8 hectares of open green space to enjoy. What is in the play area? The play area is has a fence around it and sits at the top of Punt Hill near Boyn Grove Library. The play area is advertised as being suitable for children aged 4-12 years and is a dog free area. There are swings and plenty of climbing equipment at the park. The open space is a large open field based on a hill with a lovely oval bench in…
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Clewer Memorial Recreation Ground

Clewer Memorial Recreation Ground

Clewer Memorial Recreation Ground is in Dedworth, Windsor and is a popular park also known as 'The Pirate Park'. There is a giant pirate ship (the photo below just shows half of it) in the play area plus a pirate flag on the flag pole near the cafe.  The Pirate Ship is based in the main play area with sand on the ground, so do take your bucket and spade. There is also play equipment for younger children. In a separate part of the park there is a more ‘traditional’ park are swings, monkey bars etc.  At the park you…
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Westmorlands Park in Warfield

Westmorlands Park in Warfield

Westmorlands Park is Warfield, Bracknell has not only a lovely play area but open fields, a woodland to explore plus a pond where you can feed the ducks and swans. There is also free car parking. What play equipment is there at the park? In the play area there is a wooden obstacle course, climbing frame and slide for younger children, a set of swings (that go round in a circle), wobbly animals! Then outside the play area itself there is some play equipment for older children including a climbing frame and a small astroturf area for ball games. There…
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