Have you discovered the Woodland Walk at the Pinewood Centre in Wokingham? As well as two large play areas there is a cafe, popular miniature railway, various clubs and activities, a playing field, allotments, picnic areas, a pond and woodland walk set in almost 18 acres.
Where did we walk?
From the car park we walk left toward the allotments and playing fields towards Dickies Pond.
On the way to the pond we discovered the Pinewood Trim Trail, which is in effect a free wooden fitness trail for 12 years plus in a woodland setting. From here we followed the path down to the pond and spotted the giant wooden butterfly to the left. We then walked past the pond and followed to the right and then took the outer perimeter path around the woodland. We found a wonderful squirrel sculpture and den in the woods. There are different paths you can take so we look forward to returning soon to see where the other paths might take us.
Towards the end of the walk we ended up at the Miniature Railway and park areas. We have been on the Miniature Railway pre-Covid and it was a fantastic family experience (click here to read about our adventure), albeit it busy and popular. Keep an eye out on the Miniature Railway’s Facebook page for update on when they will next be running.
We really enjoyed our woodland adventure at Pinewood. It was a quite walk with a few other walkers about. The walk is dog friendly and very muddy in places.
What is at The Pinewood Woodland Walk?
There is a cafe with toilets, free parking and two great play grounds; one an under 12’s play area and the an adventure playground.
There is also a bottle and clothing bank.
At the Pinewood Centre lots of clubs and groups are based including:
Pinewood Football Club, Pinewood Judo Club, Pinewood Gymnastics Club, 2nd Crowthorne Scout Group plus more, click here to find out more about the Pinewood Centre.
Where can you park?
The address for the car park is Pinewood Centre, Old Wokingham Road, Wokingham, Berkshire, RG40 3AQ
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