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Binfield

Binfield

A 3 mile walk around the lanes and fields in the parish of Binfield in Berkshire.

Until the early 19th century Binfield was situated in Windsor Forest and the remains of the oak tree at the Stag and Hounds public house is thought to have been in the middle of the forest. Binfield has connections with many famous historic characters including Alexander Pope and William Pitt.

The walk is relatively flat but does follow field edges which will be very muddy after wet weather. There are no stiles, but a number of chain gates (see photos) which are opened by pushing apart the two sides. These are quite easy for dogs to negotiate but would be impossible for any pushchairs/wheelchairs.

If you would like a drink or food before or after your walk you can use the car park of the Jack o' Newbury Pub on Terrace Road North in Binfield. (You may be lucky enough to meet Boston, the pub's resident standard poodle). Alternatively park on Wicks Green or one of the other nearby residential streets taking care to be considerate of the local residents. Approximate post code RG42 5PH.

The full walk can be viewed and printed via the iFootpath website - Binfield This walk is also available on the iFootpath App.

To book discount train tickets to this location please visit Train Genius

Location (Map)

Ascot Heath
Frilsham Village and Woodlands