Dinton Pastures Country Park
Average time spent – 2+ hours.
Things to do at Dinton Pastures Country Park review – Located in Wokingham near to Reading, this large country park is perfect for anybody who loves outdoor activities.
Dinton Pastures has an absolutely stunning play area for children of all ages. With swings, slides, wooden structures, a giant chair, wooden dinosaur eggs, sandpits and climbing frames you could easily spend hours just in this part of the country park.
Beyond the play area is the beautiful large lake. Here you can feed the ducks, take a stroll all the way around (give yourself plenty of time!) or you could hire one of the many boat options and take to the water.
Dinton Activity Centre is a fully affiliated training centre with the Adventurous Activities Licensing Authority, Royal Yachting Association, British Canoeing and Ofsted. It offers teen and junior courses during the school holidays and boating hire for all ages at the weekend.
On a hot summer day, Dinton Pastures is a wonderful place to take a picnic, to get shelter from the sun on the lake walk under the trees and to cool down by paddling in the river. You could also ride your bike, bring your dog for a walk and even enjoy a round of golf at the on-site course.
Eating – There is Dragonfly cafe which offers a wide variety of food options or summer riverside kiosk offering snacks and drinks.
You can picnic in the park.
Facilities in brief – Great outdoor play area, lake with ducks and pathway, boat hire. Activity centre. There are toilets on-site and a cafe.
Entry price – *FREE
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *FREE. It is free to visit the park. Some activities are charged and parking charges apply at their 6 car parks from 6 am to 10 pm daily.
Opening: Dinton pastures country park is open all year round.
Information on accessibility – Their website is limited, no information can be found
Address: Davis St, Hurst, Wokingham RG10 0TH, Berkshire, England. Phone: 0118 974 6343
Category – Great outdoors – suitable for all ages.
Written by Emma Reed, blogger at Emma Reed www.emmareed.net
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