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Braywick Park Trail

A 2 mile circular walk around Braywick Park in Maidenhead, Berkshire. The route explores the park's many highlights including the pretty Dell Bridge, the waterside nature reserve (with a chance for some bird watching), the various sports grounds and playgrounds, the rough grassland and the formal gardens with beautiful specimen trees.

The route is relatively flat for the most part, with just a couple of slopes to contend with. You will need to negotiate a couple of flights of steps but there are no stiles or kissing gates on route. Half of the route follows surfaced paths (tarmac and compacted stone) but the remainder of the route is on grass and can get very muddy in the winter. Dogs are welcome in the park and dog waste bins are provided at frequent intervals. Please follow the signs to keep your dogs on a lead within certain sections (particularly the sports grounds). Allow 1 hour.

Braywick Park is located just south of Maidenhead in Berkshire, just off the A308. There are two public car parks and this walk starts and finishes from the southern car park, alongside the Braywick Nature Centre and is accessed from Hibbert Road. Follow the brown tourism sign which directs you to the nature centre from the A308 when heading south out of Maidenhead. The car park has a 2.1 metre height restriction barrier and is free, but there is a 3-hour limit during weekdays in school term-time. Approximate post code SL6 1UU.

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

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

Location (Map)

Lambourn and Eastbury Down
West Bergholt Hall and the Colne Valley