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The Nature Trail at South Hill Park in Bracknell

We recently went for a little walk around the nature trail at South Hill Park, Bracknell which comprises of wooden and metal sculptures placed around the woodland area and pond at South Hill Park. The sculptures really give you a chance to explore a woodland and see the natural eco system at work. The squirrels were certainly busy when we went for our walk. We spotted a beautiful dragonfly by the lake and wondered where we would end up if we went through the door in the tree!

It was also lovely to watch the ducks and water fountain on the pond from the bridge and have a play in the toddler playground. The nature trail is a great way to explore and get outdoors and is free to explore.

If you would like to know more about walking at South Hill Park, click here and for other family friendly walks in Berkshire, click here.

If you have enjoyed learning about the The Nature Trail at South Hill Park in Bracknell there are more free walking Trails in Berkshire to discover.

What facilities are there?

There is free car parking at South Hill Park. If South Hill Park is open there is also a restaurant and toilets.

By Berkshire Mummies

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