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Walks in Bracknell Forest

There are plenty of fantastic walks in Bracknell Forest. The vary from woodland walks, to walks by water and in open spaces. Check them out below:

Walks in Bracknell Forest

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  1. Shepherd Meadows and River Blackwater, Sandhurst

    This walk takes you along the River Blackwater and through Shepherd Meadows in Sandhurst. You can also include a trip to Sandhurst Memorial Park as part of your walk. River Blackwater

  2. Peacock Meadows, Jennett’s Park, Bracknell

    Peacock Meadows is in Bracknell and is made up of 36 hectares of open space, the wild flower meadows and wildlife are wonderful to observe in the summer months. Flower and Grass at Peacock Meadows

  3. The Green Man Sculpture Trail, Jennett’s Park, Bracknell

    The Green Man Sculpture Trail is based in Tarman Copse at Jennett’s Park. Here you can take a gentle walk through the woodland and spot some fantastic wood carvings of ‘The Green Man’. Click into the blog post for more details about the walk and where to spot the sculptures. This walk is flat, buggy and dog friendly. Green Man Jennett's Park

  4. Buckler’s Forest, Crowthorne

    Buckler’s Forest in Crowthorne covers 100 acres of forest, grasslands, heathland and ponds. The site was the former Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) and the newly built walking routes are impressive to walk around. A pond at Buckler's Forest, Crowthorne

  5. Englemere Pond Nature Reserve, Ascot

    The Nature Reserve is in Ascot, Bracknell Forest. This woodland walk takes you around Englemere Pond, which has a viewing platform over the lake allowing you to enjoy the view and wildlife. Englemere Pond Nature Reserve Ascot Bracknell Forest

  6. Frost Folly, Warfield

    Frost Folly in Warfield is a walk in a wildflower meadow. It changes seasonally and is a wonderful place to visit, especially in the summer when the daisies are in bloom. Frost Folly, Warfield, Bracknell Forest

  7. Lily Hill Park, Bracknell

    Lily Hill Park is a brilliant place for a family walk in Bracknell. There is not only the largest picnic bench in England, made from a single piece of wood but you will find wooden sculptures, open space and woodland to explore.
    Lily Hill Park, Bracknell

  8. Wildmoor Heath Nature Reserve, Crowthorne

    This walking site is based over 99 hectares of lowland heathland and has a rich habitat for wildlife, including several rare species of birds. There is woodland to walk through too. Wildmoor woods, Crowthorne

  9. South Hill Park, Bracknell

    Whilst exploring the grounds at South Hill Park there are several different walks to take. Whilst at the park you can explore the lakes, go on the nature trail and head to the play area. South Hill Park, Bracknell Forest

  10. Pope’s Meadow, Binfield

    Pope’s Meadow in Binfield is as 13.7 acres site. There are designated paths, open space, a woodland and pond. There is also a lovely play area by the car park. Popes Meadow

  11. Larks Hill and Cabbage Hill, Warfield

    A walk at Larks Hill and Cabbage Hill in Warfield / Binfield. There are a number of different walking routes that could be taken and there are two choices of car park. Many walking routes have flat paths and we have walked there with our off road buggy. You can also walk dogs here but are asked to respect nesting birds. Walking at Cabbage Hill

  12. Savernake Park, Winkfield, Bracknell
    This is a gentle walk around a balancing ponds. Watch the bird life on the pond and look around for the wooden carvings dotted around. There is also a wooden play area.

    Savernake Park in Winkfield

  13. Horseshoe Lake, Sandhurst

    Horseshoe Lake in Sandhurst is a flat walk around Horseshoe Lake and part of the River Blackwater. Horseshoe Lake Sandhurst

  14. Piglittle Field, Binfield

    Piglittle Field sits on the border or Binfield and Wokingham. It’s a circular field walk with the option to walk around two fields and through a small woodland. Piglittle Field Pond

  15. Westmorlands Parks to Edmonds Green, Warfield

    During this walk you will find a number of wooden animal sculptures. It is a flat walk great for buggies. Wooden Sculpture Westmorland

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