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Wellington Country Park, Reading

Categories: Nature & Parks
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3.8/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web
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  • First class site with lovely clean amenities. Location on park superb. A little pricey but you get what you pay for. 
  • Have been to the Wellington Country park few times and it is always nice to be there with nature. Very calm and peaceful even with loads of people around. 
  • Visited here today with two young children. The park is absolutely set up for young children. There are at least 4 play areas dotted around the park, including some excellent slides to the left of the...  read more »
  • First of all, Wellington park isn't designed for older children. Some reviewers have commented that they took teenagers, and there wasn't much for them to do- that's completely true, I'd say most children would grow out of it age about 7-8 years. We took our two year old and she loved it. We spent all day here, and we didn't get through everything. She loved the jumping pillow, the soft play, the dinosaurs, the animals. We also went on a lovely walk in the woods. It was a bit rainy and quite muddy when we went, but with waterproofs and wellies it was fine! For children under three I'd give this a solid 4* rating. In terms of value, it's a bit pricier than say Dinton pastures or our local soft play, but if you think of it in terms of £per hour, it's not too far off, considering you can spend a whole day there. HOWEVER, I wouldn't say the same for children over 3 who pay full price. When we went it cost £10 for adults and around £9.50 for children over 3. I don't think this is worth it. If you want a walk in the woods and an adventure playground, Bracknell Forest only costs the price of parking. £36 for a family ticket isn't worth it IMO.
  • Lovely place, wife and i stayed in a caravan for 3 nights at the end of March following rain, and found the pitch allocated to us was a good inch deep with mud. Due to lack of drainage this mud was very problematic, it got everywhere In fact whilst walking around other pitches, (with boots on) the majority were equally as bad, i helped two caravanners push their vehicles out. It is expensive, but good facilities, We will stay here again but will pick summer/dry periods
  • Large country park. Expensive to get in. Cafe food nice. Only suited to under 10yrs as play equipment all small
  • Good camping facilities and lots of fun things for the kids to do in the park.
  • Great day out, reasonable pricing and the new splash play is a lot of fun for the kids.
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