Boyn Grove Park

This park is sometimes referred to as ‘Punt Hill’. It may once have been ‘Punnet Hill’, a reference to the many market gardens in the area

Kidwells Park Remembrance Garden

Kidwells Park is located in the centre of Maidenhead town centre and has a World War One Remembrance Garden close to the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) building. The Remembrance Park is a small area in one corner and has a stone circle “For Valour” plus some lovely wooden seats with engravings in memory of…

Oaken Grove Park

The area was once part of Pinkneys Green Farm Estate and was sold for housing in the 1920’s. The Borough purchased the land in 1935.

Ray Mill Island

Ray Mill Island’s name dates from when the Ray family managed a flourmill here. It was acquired by Maidenhead Council in the 1950’s

Bridge Gardens at Maidenhead Riverside

Riverside Gardens are next to Maidenhead Bridge, and within the gardens is the Ada Lewis monument. Further upstream is Boulters Lock and Ray Mill Island.

Pinkneys Green

Pinkneys Green on Pinkneys Drive is part of the National Trust, wide open spaces for walking and a host of other outdoor activities.

Maidenhead Thicket

Maidenhead Thicket is a huge area near Pinkneys Green and it is owned by the National Trust and all open to the public all year around.