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Dinton Pastures Country Park, Hurst

Categories: Nature & Parks
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4.3/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web
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  • Kids have dragged me here all summer it's got great picnic areas you can hire boats out eat ice creams all day a really fun day 
  • Who has a dog loves this "Park". There are several lakes where you can walk easily around what is most definitely very relaxing for man and dog! Dogs may run in specific sections of the leash making it all very relaxed. The tour around the Lake is not also so busy... the drive plays more at the entrance where children and parents in the play-area stop. Be careful! It is algae plague every now and again... What is signposted but leave the dogs in the water! Important! Otherwise, enjoy!
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  • This Park is very large and well cared for is ideal for all ages: has several trails, there are two lakes, a well equipped playground and Lake activities (canoeing, etc). It is a wonderful place to enjoy nature and have fun.
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  • Great place for a day out walking in a managed country park. The children's playground has recently had a large overhaul with much more activities and attracts many more visitors than ever. The cafe has been getting better and better. Much more choice, open for longer and with increased and comfortable seating and garden area.
  • Love this park! Great for runners, it's about 2 miles all the way around the lake. Two coffee shops serving food and drink. There's indoor and outdoor seating. Amazing kids park too. Pedalo and sailing also available.
  • Really nice park on the outskirts of Reading. Plent of fun for kids of all ages. The Adventrure playground is really good fun. The onsite restaurant is very good but gets a little slow as it gets so busy.
  • Loads of trails, great for kids and dog owners. Lovely cafe (with a real fire in winter!) and a coffee bar in an old 'airstream' (I think...) caravan.
  • I was really disgusted when I walked in Dinton Pastures this winter. The car park is quite expensive and for that I expected the paths to be kept in a reasonable state, but there were parts where the paths were almost impassable unless you had good wellies on. For a small amount of money they could put down some gravel or woodchips so that people could walk round in reasonable comfort without sinking up to their shins in mud. It is not billed as a country walk where you would expect muddy paths, it is billed as a maintained park; the maintenance was very poor in my view. I hope in future Dinton Pastures will maintain their paths in a better state so that people think it is worth the car parking fee and not feel exploited.
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