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
- Adventure Playground at The Nature Discovery Centre, Thatcham
- Broomhall Recreation Ground, Sunningdale
- Playground at Ray Mill Island, Maidenhead
Although the playground is small it’s lovely for little ones. The island also has lots of wooden sculptures around the island to spot, birds and guinea pigs to see and you can also feed the ducks, geese and swans.
- Clewer Memorial Recreation Ground, Windsor
- South Hill Park Toddler Park, Bracknell
South Hill Park Toddler Park is a small park area based in the grounds of South Hill Park in Bracknell. With a sand floor, a slide, wooden play equipment and musical stepping stones it’s a lovely environment for toddlers to explore.
- Asher Recreation Ground, Cranbourne
- Pope’s Meadow, Binfield
Pope’s Meadow in Binfield is a lovely park to visit with a toddler. The play area has a small climbing frame, springing animals, a tunnel, swing and more. It’s set in lovely open space and there is a duck pond and picnic bench plus free parking.
- Savernake Park, Winkfield, Bracknell Forest
There is a park for younger children and the paths from the car park are flat and great for buggies. There is also a large pond so you can feed the ducks.
- Finchampstead Baptist Church Play Area, Finchampstead
This is a great play area with toddler swings, slides in different sizes, tunnels, bridges, climbing frames and rocks to climb. There is also a multi-use area great for balance bikes, ball games, scooters, running and there is also a cafe.
- Playgrounds at The Pinewood Centre, Wokingham Without
There are two play areas at The Pinewood Centre in Wokingham Without. One is an adventure playground in a woodland setting. The other is a train themed play area, next to Pinewood Miniature Railway. There is play equipment in both playgrounds for toddlers to enjoy and they are close to each other, so you can explore both. There is also a woodland walk you can enjoy.
- The Look Out Play Area, Bracknell
The Look Out Play Area currently needs booking. The play area is large and split into 3 areas – an inclusive area, an area aimed at 3-6 years and another for 7+ years. It’s a wonderful play space with plenty of play equipment.
- Shurlock Road Nature Reserve, Shurlock Row
The nature reserve is a fenced field with a pond and play area. The play area is a good distance from the pond and has lots of grass banks for toddlers to climb. There are swings (one for younger children), a small bridge, tunnel, stepping stones, balance beams, a slide. totem pole and more.
- Silchester Playground, Silchester
Silchester Playground is just over the Berkshire border in Hampshire, approx 9 miles from Reading. It’s a wooden playground with toddler swings, a wooden train, a climbing frame, springing toys and more. It has a large playing field next to the park.
- King George V Recreation Ground, Winkfield Row
This park has some play equipment aimed at toddlers including swings, a climbing frame, trampoline, roundabout and puzzles. The recreation ground has an open field and picnic tables.
- Pangbourne Recreation Ground Play Area, Pangbourne
- Sandhurst Memorial Park, Sandhurst
- Ascot Jubilee Recreation Ground, North Ascot
There is a new play area at Ascot Jubilee Recreation Ground and it has lots of play equipment suitable for younger children including toddler swings. There is also a trampoline, natural BMX track and open field.
- Windlesham Field of Remembrance, Windlesham
- California Country Park, Wokingham
The new play area at California Country Park in Wokingham offer a whole range of play equipment for toddlers to explore from jumping sound cushions to tactile animals, slides, water play area, private ship, swings, trampoline and much more. There is also a cafe, lakeside walks and a place to feed the ducks.
- York Road Play Area in Binfield
The play area at York Road has new play equipment, there are toddler swings, a tunnel in grass bank, spring toys, a wooden house with small slide and open space. Car parking is free.
- Jennett’s Hill Play Area, Windsor
There are two areas at Jennett’s Hill, one for older children and the other for younger children. The play area for younger children is enclosed and have games on the floor plus toddler swings and a small climbing frame with slide, so great for little ones.
- Clewer Manor Play Area, Windsor
Clewer Manor Play Area is a wooden play area, which is all enclosed. There is play equipment for both younger and older children. There are toddler swings, a wooden climbing frame with bridge and slide, spring toys and picnic benches and makes a lovely place space for little ones.
- Elms Field Play Area, Wokingham
The play area at Elms Field in Wokingham is a brilliant park for toddlers. There are toddler swings, a trampoline, spring toys, puzzle boards, wooden house with slide, enclosed open space and some wonderful wooden sculptures to sit and climb on.
- Joel Park, Wokingham
Joel Park is a great park for toddlers as it’s all enclosed and the park floor is bold and bright. There is a lovely climbing frame for little ones with two slides, a trampoline, spring sheep, roundabout, see-saw, floor games and swing.
- Wargrave Recreation Ground, Wargrave
Wargrave Recreation Ground has an enclosed play area, which is bright and colourful with a large play boat in the centre of it. There is plenty of play equipment suitable for a toddler to enjoy. There are also a couple of picnic benches within the enclosed area.
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