Family friendly walks in Windsor and Maidenhead
- The Copper Horse, The Long Walk, Windsor Great Park
The walk to the Copper Horse along The Long Walk is a wonderful flat walk, it is long as the name suggests! However, the views of Windsor Castle are fantastic once you reach The Copper Horse and it feels like an achievement reaching the landmark.
- Walking from Bath Island to Windsor Bridge
This is a walk with lots to see including great view of Windsor Castle. Don’t forget some food to feed the birds on the River Thames. The walk is Buggy Friendly.
- Braywick Nature Reserve, Maidenhead
Braywick Nature Reserve is a great family walk, with a formal park and wonderful mature trees to discover, plenty of open space and wooden sculptures.
- Boulter’s Lock and Ray Mill Island, Maidenhead
Boulter’s Lock and Ray Mill Island is a gentle walk but there is lots to see, from the boats going into Boulter’s Lock, a small park, cafe, fountain, Boulters Weir, guinea pigs and its a great place to feed the ducks and swans.
- Maidenhead Thicket and The Butterfly Trail, Maidenhead
This walk feels like an adventure as once parked you walk over a motorway bridge. There are lots of different walking paths to take plus The Butterfly Trail.
- The Queen’s Walkway, Windsor
The Queen’s Walkway is a self guided trail around Windsor. It’s a chance to learn the historic and royal town in Berkshire. Click here to read more about the Queen’s Walkway and some of the discoveries we made whilst we did during part of the trail.
Here are some family walks in Windsor and Maidenhead which I have shared below. I will also add more walks to the list when we discover them as a family and try them out.
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