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Wellington Country Park

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Wellington Country Park

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Odiham Road Riseley, Reading RG7 1SP England
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Ricardo32 wrote a review Sep 2020
London, United Kingdom71 contributions52 helpful votes
We read good things about this park and were pleased to see the positives were true. It’s not that cheap however a good few hours entertainment for a family with kids (around) 8 and under. Included are loads of outdoor playgrounds spread around the lake ranging from tiddly for little ones to a decent adventure playground for those a little older, along with a fairly gentle dinosaur walk, some animals to see and a bouncing pillow. The train and ride on tractors are an extra pound each however worth a look. Loads of picnic tables all over the place, a few cafes (we didn’t try the food) and plenty of toilets Overall enjoyed by all, we will be back, although not on a rainy day, this is very much an outdoor day out !
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Date of experience: September 2020
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calshaw22 wrote a review Sep 2020
Reading, United Kingdom211 contributions47 helpful votes
Love this place! We are members and go all the time with our 2 year old daughter. It literally is our 2nd home and our safe haven next to our home. Was so glad once it reopened this year and all the staff have done an amazing job to make it safe for families. Thank you all!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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🌍FamilyTravels🛫 wrote a review Sep 2020
Southampton, United Kingdom1,127 contributions10,380 helpful votes
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We have been a few times before but not visited for a couple of years. They have more actives and are still improving the place. Its ideal for walks with plenty of routes to choose from, round the lake and through the woodlands. Most of the actives are included in the entry price like the mini golf, jumping pillow and the animal farm. Some you have to pay extra for like the children Quad bikes (£3 for 2 laps) & the train ride (£1 per person). Parking is free. You need to walk as a lot of things are covered by the trees and you may miss out. Along the way there are different play parks dotted all over, a fairy tale land and dinosaur walk. Make sure you pack a picnic 8f tge weather is nice. There are picnic benches dotted all over and open ground if you prefer a blanket. Great day out.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Lucy Halcrow wrote a review Aug 2020
Henley-on-Thames, United Kingdom49 contributions8 helpful votes
We pre booked day tickets for the park. £30 for 2 adults and a 2 year old. As we arrived we noted the Covid measures signs. (Please leave 1 cars distance between when car parking) people were not following this. the graduated entry times were great, meaning there was no queue when entering and quickly through reception to the park. Due to Covid-19 summer events were cancelled however they still had entertainers on the main grass area in front of the reception. (Bubble blowers, circus tricks). great entertainment while we had our picnic. Inside the park there were plenty of hand sanitisers and one way systems on te paths but people were not following them. I thought to myself as the day went on that going here was my own responsibility and as long as I washed my hands often and stayed away from others where I could i could stay safe. I probably would suggest that if you had any risk then do not go. As for the ply equipment, we thought it was fab, plenty of climbing frames, swings, slides and green space to run about and explore. There is a train that is £1 a ride for over 2's. A petting farm where you can feed the animals for £1. A dinosaur trail with noises and interesting facts. A large lake to walk around and feed the ducks. A lovely, bright and fun splash park and mini golf course. We really enjoyed our day and will definitely return again. there was plenty to entertain our 2 year old, older and younger children too. A big thumbs up.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Emma wrote a review Aug 2020
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The natural wooden play areas were delightful, and blended in to the beauty of the park. The mix of play areas, animals and scenery was perfect. It gave us all a memorable day out. If the cafes due to covid continue to only allow takeaway food larger under cover areas would be a great improvement. Also the toilets were flimsy and not looked after well enough, goodness knows how much worse it would have been if visiters were not restricted like on our visit.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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