The park is not visible from the main road. Head towards St. Peters church as the entrance via a wooden gate is just across the road from it. You will reach the park as you pass through the gate and then via a small alley way.
The play area is fenced with rubber matting under the equipment. The first thing that caught our eye was the train and the train station for imaginative play. It is meant for toddlers but Ay was on it for some time as he played the ticket master and moved the hands of the clock on the station platform.
There are two climbing frames. The bigger tree house like frame with climbing/ balancing logs/beams, climbing ropes, rope bridge and vertical slide is for older kids, with small huts underneath for hide and seek or imaginative play. The smaller frame with smaller plastic slide had a cargo net and also a slow ramp. In addition, there were swings, spinning bucket, stand up swirly round about, springers and a sit in sea saw
The surrounding huge fields are ideal for running, ball games, kite flying etc. There is also a zipwire (which is slightly higher than the usual ones) and a pretty cool obstacle course for older children. There is a small basketball court, football goals and table tennis table
🗺 Address: St. Peter’s church, Bucknell, Bicester OX27 7LS
🚘 Off street Parking- please park very sensibly
🚻 No Toilets and baby facilities
🍕 No refreshments on site
🐕 Dogs not allowed in the play area
🧺 Plenty picnic benches
🦽 Pushchair accessible though terrain will be bumpy
WHAT ELSE CAN YOU DO:
There are a few other parks in this area, all within 2-3 miles of each other.
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