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Dinton Pastures Country Park

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Dinton Pastures Country Park

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Foxy-Froggy wrote a review Sep 2020
Epsom, United Kingdom1,927 contributions102 helpful votes
We visited during a weekday and outside of school holidays ... as a result the venue was not busy. Good level pathways, most reasonably good from a social-distancing perspective, depending on attendance. There are many maps scattered around the area indicating ‘YOU ARE HERE’, which were invaluable when trying to follow a circuitry route around the venue. There was an interesting ‘play area’ for younger children, and also a cafe, both reasonably close to the car parks, but neither was visited. With plenty of nature, water and wildfowl, this was a pleasant visit, and not physically taxing. NOTE: access is free, but there is a charge for the car park (I think we paid £4 for 4 hours)
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Date of experience: September 2020
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icmystic wrote a review Sep 2020
Bracknell, United Kingdom74 contributions16 helpful votes
Came here on a term time Monday afternoon - still plenty of parking (£1.50/hr) and play area was not crowded. My toddler loved it - he wanted to explore everything! Just past the play area is the lake with various types of ducks, swans and geese - enough to mesmerise my little one! Place is well-maintained. Definitely plan to come again.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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SLA4410 wrote a review Aug 2020
Cheshire, United Kingdom49 contributions12 helpful votes
A bit congested near the car park and children's play areas, but keep walking on past and very quickly you are away from people, with lovely walks around the lakes. Once walking, everyone adhered to social distancing, passing people carefully or standing back. The cafe area was a dream- fast moving queue and superbly well organised food and drink production, with lots of well-distanced tables to sit at. An enjoyable trip out.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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hollyReading.Berks wrote a review Aug 2020
Wokingham, United Kingdom864 contributions171 helpful votes
Living near to Dinton it’s lovely to visit in the summer and winter, the parking is expensive in the summer season but cheaper in the winter months. Lovely walk and well kept environment and play park is great for kids those you can’t expect any social distancing as soon busy. The cafe is open but you can bring a picnic, the queue as we didn’t realise they were taking part in the help to eat scheme took just under a hour but food was great and could use the tables as all open. Nice day out on a sunny warm day.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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pandtReading wrote a review Aug 2020
reading179 contributions82 helpful votes
Lovely outdoor space and park. There are canoes and pedals to pre book. The are a bit on the expensive side but you have all the safety board on the water. A well designed mini golf and cafe though only takeaway at present. The adventure park is vast and impressive. Worth a visit. Head to the castle pub for wood fired pizza in the garden when you finish.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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