Dinton Pastures Country park covers over 335 acres. The Park is open daily throughout the year.
offering a variety of habitats including 7 lakes, 2 rivers, and meadows. Three public bird hides provide secret viewing of the waterfowl, with one specially adapted for wheelchair users.
The highlight of the park for young children is the children’s play area which features giant nest towers – the tallest being just under four metres, swinging hanging logs, zip wires, funnel net trap, play bridge and troll holes, giant climbing logs, willow maze, storytelling area and a woodland obstacle course. At the northern part of the play space there is also a woodland picnic area and den building structures.
The play area, which has been designed by award-winning landscapers Davies White and funded by developer contributions to Wokingham Borough Council.
Dinton Pastures Country Park, Davis St, Hurst, Wokingham, Berkshire RG10 0TH [see map]
The park is open daily throughout the year. The cafe is open from 8:30 daily (except Christmas day). Closing times vary throughout the year, call 0118 932 1071 information.
The MarlowMum’s verdict: Dinton Pastures Country park is well worth a visit. We will take a trip here during each school holidays. It’s free, not that far away and the kids love it. What’s not to like!
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