The Boundary walk is a yearly 13-mile walk around the borders of Maidenhead and organised by Maidenhead Rotary Club.
Maidenhead Golf course lies just outside the town centre, and the course was opened for play on December 12, 1896.
The ditches where Robin and his band of merry men must have lain in wait for passer-by, are clearly visible around the edge of the grassland.
White Waltham Airfield is situated a couple of miles outside of Maidenhead close to Cox Green. Perfect for small planes
Baby to the large Maidenhead Thicket, Little Thicket is located on Canon Court Road close to Clair’s Court School. Lots of snaking footpaths in woodland, situated close to the A4.
Memorial to 578 Squadron, Royal Air Force. Memorial is located deep inside Carpenters Woods, part of Bisham Woods.
The nature centre houses displays and exhibitions on wildlife, sustainability and local history.
The woods at Maidenhead Thicket are close to Stubbings Nursery. National Trust Robin Hoods Arbour to be found aside one of the paths. I
Maidenhead Thicket Woods in Winter after snow fall. The Thicket is owned by the National Trust and open all year round.
The Guardians of the Green Way are eight wooden sculptures or sentinels that watch over the Green Way, created by artist Nick Garnett in 2012.
The footpath that runs by the side of the River Thames from Maidenhead Bridge to Cookham
Maidenhead Sailing Club is on Lakeside on Summerleaze Road. The lake is about 51 acres and there are organised races most weeks throughout the year.