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3 Best Parks in Reading, UK

Expert recommended Top 3 Parks in Reading, UK. All of our parks actually face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes local reviews, history, business standards, ratings, satisfaction, trust, price and their trading excellence. Only the bee's knees!

BEALE PARK

Lower Basildon, Pangbourne, Reading RG8 9NW Directions

Since 1956

Here’s The Deal:
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Beale Park is a popular destination for groups of all sizes and ages. It is a great place to play with fun, adventure, gardens, beautiful animals, and birds. The park has collections of small exotic animals, farm animals and birds, landscaped gardens, and children's play areas. The park is a popular destination for friends and family to meet up and spend time together. Beale Park also hosts activities such as pond dipping. The park provides an adventure playground, an aerial cableway, a splash pool and a sandpit. Visit the Peacock Restaurant at Beale Park for a tempting array of freshly cooked, locally sourced dishes or relax with cuppa and icecream."

SPECIALITY:
Miniature Train, Little Tikes Outdoor Village, Picnic Sites, Gardens, Baby Changing Rooms, Indoor Play, Treasured Toys, River Cruise, Toilet, Kids Play Area, Wildlife, Fishing, Pavilion, Car Parking & Woodlands

£Price: Adults (16 years and over) £12
Senior Citizens (60 years and over) and Student £10.50
Children (aged 2 – 15 inclusive) £10
Family 2+2 (2 Adults + 2 Children) £36
Family 1+3 (1 Adult + 3 Children) £34

Discount: 50% Off on a Family Season Ticket to Basildon residents. View Coupon

Registration L16131633

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bealepark.org.uk

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PROSPECT PARK

Liebenrood Road, Reading RG30 2ND Directions

Here’s The Deal:
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Prospect Park is a public park located north of the Bath Road in the English county of Berkshire. It features a wide variety of sports facilities and a well-equipped children’s play space. The park is host to several annual events including the Reading Carnival and a steam fair. Every year, the Prospect Park connects thousands of people with nature through events, public programs and schools. The park’s great lawn is free and accessible for residents to enjoy. Prospect Park has plenty of free parking and wheelchair access for their guests."

SPECIALITY:
Ponds, Green Space, Monuments, Picnic Shelters, Aquatic Centre, Restrooms, Statues, Dog Parking Areas, Waterfalls, Slides, Volleyball Courts, Walking Trails, Bike Riding, Jogging Areas, Gardens, Picnic Areas, Stone Benches, Ducks, Swings, Hiking Trails & Fountains

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SOL JOEL PARK

8 Church Road, Reading RG6 7DG Directions

Here’s The Deal:
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Sol Joel Park provides intrinsic environmental, aesthetic, and recreation benefits. It has three full-size football pitches, mini soccer pitches, cricket pitch, hard court basketball court and small garden area. The park has plenty of excellent amenities, such as an all-natural playground for the children, covered picnic areas, and walking trails. Sol Joel Park boasts several family-friendly attractions for kids and their parents to enjoy. The park provides playing equipment, outdoor children activity area and event conducting areas."

SPECIALITY:
Tables, Picnic Shelters, Green Space, Open Areas, Basketball, Playgrounds, Dog Parking, Stone Benches, Walking Trails, Kids Grounds, Tennis, Restrooms, Event Areas, Slides, Bike Riding, Sports Conducting, Jogging & Gardens

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