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Wooden Play Areas in Berkshire

There is something really appealing about a natural play area. Here is a list of wooden play areas in Berkshire.

Wooden Play Areas in Berkshire

  1. California Country Park, Wokingham

    The play area at California Country Park is a large and inclusive play area for all ages, which is predominantly wooden.
    California Country Park Play Area

  2. The Look Out, Bracknell

    The Play Area at The Look Out in Bracknell has three age appropriate play areas, including one which is accessible for all. There is an amazing wooden castle, wooden pirate-ship and wooden train. The play area is set in a woodland environment. Train The Look Out Bracknell

  3. Dinton Pastures, Wokingham

    Dinton Pastures in Wokingham has a large play space. The play area is very natural with swings, zip wires, tunnels, slides and so much more. Swinging log at Dinton Pastures Country Park

  4. Savernake Park, Bracknell

    Savernake Park has two small play areas, both predominately wooden. There are some wooden sculptures dotted around the park. Savernake Park Play Area

  5. Locks Ride Recreation Ground, Winkfield Row

    Locks Ride Recreation Ground has a large play area with large sandpit and splash pad. The play equipment is very natural with lots of wood featured on the play equipment. Locks Ride Sandpit

  6. Clewer Manor Play Area, Windsor

    Clewer Manor Play Area in Windsor is a small play area but full of wooden play equipment suitable for younger and older children.
    Clewer Manor Play Area

  7. Elms Field Play Area, Wokingham

    Elms Field Play Area was completed in 2019 and it is a fantastic large play area in the centre of Wokingham, it is made a mainly wooden equipment with some wonderful wooden bug themed wood carvings. Elms Field Play Area and Park Wokingham

  8. Ray Mill Island, Maidenhead

    Ray Mill Island has a little small wooden play area next to the cafe. There are also wooden sculptures dotted around the island which you can climb and sit on plus a large wobbly bridge. Wobbly Bridge Ray Mill Island Maidenhead

  9. York Road Play Area, Binfield

    York Road Play Area in Binfield is a brand new play area, which is mainly wooden. There is a grass bank with tunnel and willow arches. York Road Play Area in Binfield

  10. Pangbourne Recreation Ground Play Area, Pangbourne

    Pangbourne Recreation Ground Play Area is full of wooden play equipment including climbing frames, obstacles and a little boat. Boat at Pangbourne Recreation Play Area

  11. Silchester Playground, Silchester

    Silchester Playground is made of wooden play equipment. There is a wooden train, wooden climbing frame, swings and more.
    Silchester Playground Train

  12. Shurlock Road Nature Reserve, Shurlock Row

    This play area is in the middle of Shurlock Road Nature Reserve. There are totem poles, stepping stones, obstacles, swings, a bridge, slide and more to explore, plus it is a great spot for a picnic with picnic tables in the centre of the play area.
    Shurlock Road Nature Reserve

  13. Adventure Playground at The Pinewood Centre, Pinewood

    The Pinewood Centre has an Adventure Playground set in a woodland setting. This is a large play area with zip wires, swings, tunnels and much more. Pinewood Centre Adventure Playground

  14. Toddler Park at South Hill Park, Bracknell

    The Toddler Park at South Hill Park is small but perfect for little ones. There is a wooden see-saw, wooden animals and benches, plus slide, musical pillows and sandpit. South Hill Park Toddler Park

  15. The Nature Discovery Centre, Thatcham

    There are two play areas at The Nature Discovery Centre, both with wooden play equipment and set in a woodland setting.
    Adventure Playground, Thatcham

  16. Great Hollands Recreation Ground, Bracknell

    The play area at Great Hollands Recreation Ground has a small play area, which is next to a large playing field, woodland walk and cafe. There is also a splash pad and cafe. Great Hollands Recreation Ground Play Area

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