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Wellington Country Park

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Odiham Road | Riseley, Reading RG7 1SP, England
+44 118 932 6444
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We have just returned from camping at Wellington Park with 3 other families. We went there on my... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Kate A
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London, United Kingdom
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Lots to do and see

We visited twice over the summer holidays, one rainy day and one sunny. We had a great time on both... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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Wellington Country Park, ‘The Biggest Outdoor Play in Berkshire’ is situated between Reading and Basingstoke and offers an ideal destination for all the family, in a safe and beautifully landscaped venue.Within the Park we have numerous attractions. These include:- Several adventure play areas Zip wire Toddler’s area Sand pits, slides Miniature railway (add fee) Jumping pillow (height restrictions apply) Nature trail maze 12 hole minigolf course Welly Wheels automated jeeps (add fee) Animal Farm (seasonal) and petting barn Indoor soft play (2 & under) Nature trails Balancing beams Play tractors and a host of other play trail equipment to keep the kids happy!!Events are also held throughout the year, which are free to join in and are included as part of your entrance fee. Bring your own picnic or visit our cafe, with a full range of hot and cold snacks and drinks available. After eating, browse round our gift shop with a range of gifts, toys and confectionery. With Free parking and dogs welcome, Wellington Country Park really does offer it all. See our website for full details!!
  • Excellent46%
  • Very good32%
  • Average17%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible2%
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Odiham Road | Riseley, Reading RG7 1SP, England
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+44 118 932 6444
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We have just returned from camping at Wellington Park with 3 other families. We went there on my recommendation having visited before and thoroughly enjoyed it each time. There is lots to do within the park which is included in your camping cost. Managed to...More

Thank Kate A
Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited twice over the summer holidays, one rainy day and one sunny. We had a great time on both days. Wellies required for muddy walks around the lakes, through the dinosaurs which my two loved and feeding the ducks. Then swimsuits for the fabulous...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Stayed here for 2 nights on the campsite. It was quite simply fabulous !! The pitches are a great size and you can pick your own before you book. Toilets and showers are basic but very clean. What makes this place is the surroundings. Acres...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A lovely venue and campsite and a great way to spend the weekend. Sadly let down by the lack of facilities on the campsite and too few shower & washbasins, and only one clean a day, for the number of pitches. As a result on...More

Thank Wienette
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We went as a group of 6 families camping on site. Camping means you get unlimited entry to the park and out of hours. So (for some) early morning runs, for others after hours scooting and playground with the children really added to the experience...More

Thank 72SJMC72
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A lovely place to spend the day. You can take children and dogs! Lots of activities to keep children busy and occupied. Plenty of space to walk around. You can take a picnic or have lunch in the café which has a great menu and...More

Thank cab382
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

So much to do from slides to petting animals... a jumping pillow and a spinning plate. It knackered me out let alone the kids

Thank nibbs1991
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Had a wonderful day here.. Came with family which included two under two and our dog Charlie. What a find. The kids had a blast and it was awesome being able to take Charlie too. He was even allowed on Arthur the train! For the...More

Thank MKC12345
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Very good value for money. Lots for children to see and do. Though car park appeared busy once through the entrance it did not appear so busy. With the amount of people there the lack of litter was impressive. Toilets very well maintained and clean....More

Thank Peter M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Slightly disappointed with the lack of rides. The pantomime was fun for our kids age 6&3, lots of slides & swings ample climbing frames. However considering adults and children pay to get in, surprisingly we still had to pay for the bumper car style experience...More

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Lisa M
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Response from Lucy H | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I'm sorry, I'm not sure. There is one main cafe that does chips! My friend's daughter is coeliac and that always seems to be her fall back! Another smaller cafe has cold food which is mainly sandwiches but I didn't look... More
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FionaDyson
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Response from fi_lu22 | Reviewed this property |
Yes dogs are allowed but just not in the farm
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