Last updated:

11th July 2024

Buckhurst Meadows

Buckhurst Meadows

About Buckhurst Meadows 

Buckhurst Meadows is the informal recreational area associated with the Montague Park housing development on the southeastern edge of Wokingham. The 12.5-hectare site, which was previously comprised of agricultural fields, is now made up of a mosaic of habitats, including woodland, rough grassland, wildflower meadow, hedgerows, ponds, an orchard, and a natural play area.  

The site consists of a network of surfaced and non-surfaced footpaths, with the main route being a 2.3km circular route.

Parking Facilities 

Buckhurst Meadows has a surfaced car park with 10 spaces, which is free of charge to visitors. 


The majority of footpaths on the site are rough hard-surfaced, with some stabilised non-surfaced paths. The non-surfaced paths may become muddy in wetter months. There are no steep inclines on the site. Therefore, most of the site is accessible to wheelchair users who have sturdy chairs.

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