Maidenhead Golf Course

The Golf course lies just outside the town centre. Maidenhead Golf Club was formed in 1896, and the course was opened for play on December 12, 1896, with the club also hosting a champagne luncheon on the same day to mark the occasion in its fine new clubhouse. The course celebrated 125 years in 2021.

Robin Hoods Arbour

The woods at Maidenhead Thicket house a small treasure – Robin Hoods Arbour which is owned by the National Trust.  At the right time of year, the underlying soil conditions are perfect for some amazing groups of Orchids to grow in abundance. During winter when the grass is short the ditches where Robin and his…

White Waltham Airfield

White Waltham Airfield is situated a couple of miles outside of Maidenhead close to Cox Green. Perfect for small planes there is a couple of runways and flights as presents can also be bought here for a trip in a Piper Cub or equivalent small light aircraft. Some great background history and more information on…

Little Thicket

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.

RAF Memorial

Memorial to 578 Squadron, Royal Air Force. Memorial is located deep inside Carpenters Woods, part of Bisham Woods. The RAF Memorial is situated a 10 minute walk inside Carpenters Wood, Stubbings. SL6 6QW, Maidenhead, Windsor And Maidenhead, England, United Kingdom

Braywick Nature Centre

Braywick Nature Park is to be found past Braywick Cemetery on Braywick Road which heads out of Maidenhead and towards Windsor. The Nature Centre is a left turning onto Hibbert Road, and there is a free small car park opposite the Nature Centre from which you can walk around the area.

Maidenhead Thicket Woods

The woods at Maidenhead Thicket are tucked in between the A404 to one side, The A4 to another and Stubbings Nursery. There are several lovely paths to walk along, with the National trust Robin Hoods Arbour to be found aside one of the paths. If you look closely you can see a small trench around the edges…

Guardians of the Green Way

The Green Way stretches from Cookham to Ray Mill Road West before hugging the Waterways project in Maidenhead town centre, travelling through Braywick Nature Centre and finally ending in Bray. The Guardians of the Green Way walk will take walkers past eight wooden sculptures or sentinels that watch over the Green Way. The ‘guardians’ are eight wooden sculptures…

Maidenhead Sailing Club

Maidenhead Sailing Club is on Lakeside, Summerleaze Road in Maidenhead. The lake is about 51 acres and there are organised races most weeks throughout the year. There are two full day sailing events held every year where club members compete for special trophies, plus fun events like a marathon team race.