The Hughenden Park play area was re-opened in July 2017 after a £168k re-development. The council got local schools involved in the design stage and (I think) they have done a great job.
It’s a lovely natural wooden play structure with multiple areas to suite children of all ages. Flick through the pictures above to see what’s on offer.
It takes about 20mins to drive there from Marlow. The park can be accessed from Coates Lane. Full address is Coates Lane, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP14 4LA. There is a small amount of free parking on the roadside. Alternatively there is a small car park on Hughenden Road where you can then walk across the field.
The park is open at all times and is free.
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