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Walks with Parks in Berkshire

There are a number of Walks with Parks in Berkshire – a great way to get the children to burn off a bit of extra energy! If you click into each link below it which will give you more information about each of the walks and parks.

Walks with Parks in Berkshire

  1. Dinton Pastures Country Park, Wokingham

    This is a lake side walk in Wokingham which also has a fantastic large play area. Swing at Dinton Pastures Play Park

  2. Savernake Park, Bracknell Forest

    Savernake Park is a gentle walk around a pond. There are two wooden play areas, side by side for younger and
    older children.
    Savernake Park in Winkfield

  3. A Walk at Mill Pond and Mill Park, Bracknell Forest

    There is a circular walk around Mill Park in Bracknell, which also has a couple of play areas. Mill Park Bracknell

  4. Cantley Park, Wokingham

    Cantley Park in Wokingham is a lovely walk around beautiful fields. There is also a small play area which you can incorporate into your walk. Paths at Cantley Park

  5. The Nature Discovery Centre, Thatcham

    There are some lovely walks at The Nature Discovery Centre and also two wooden play areas. Adventure Playgrounds at The Nature Discovery Centre

  6. Pope’s Meadow, Binfield

    Pope’s Meadow has a gentle walk with a lovely play area overlooking a field. There is also a duck pond too.Popes Meadow Play Area

  7. South Hill Park, Bracknell

    South Hill Park has a number of different walks, one including a nature trail. There is also a toddler park next to the main South Hill Park building. South Hill Park Bracknell

  8. Home Park, Windsor

    You can go for a walk along the River Thames at the Home Park. There is also a play area which is surrounded by trees and by the side of Windsor Castle. Home Park Play Area

  9. Ockwells Park, Maidenhead

    You can enjoy a walk at the Nature Reserve at Ockwells Park and a play in the playground.Ockwells Park Play Area

  10. Ray Mill Island and Boulter’s Lock, Maidenhead

    Explore Ray Mill Island and Boulter’s Lock by taking a stroll around the island and lock. If you want to extend your walk you can walk along the River Thames. There is a sweet wooden play area on Ray Mill Island and also wood sculptures to enjoy around the island. Frog Playground Ray Mill Island, Maidenhead

  11. Westmorlands Park, Warfield

    At Westmorlands Park you can enjoy a walk around the woodland walk around Hayley Green Woods or the pond at Westmorlands Park. There is a play area at the park to use. Westmorland Park

  12. Jocks Lane Recreation Park, Bracknell

    At Jocks Lane Recreation Park you can go for a walk along the ‘cut countryside corridor’ which gives access to Jocks Copse and Tinkers Copse. There is a play area, splash pad and mini golf at the site too. Walks at Jocks Lane

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