OK.. first of all, Enstone playground was really tricky to find. The post code I was following kept taking me to the primary school. well, the park is actually located at the back of the school, but the entrance is not from the main school building. The lovely lady at the reception of the school let us in as there were no school children but the actual entrance to the play area can be reached through Cox’s lane instead. Just turn from A44 to Cox’s lane, then go to Lidstone road, where you can see the entrance to the Enstone playing fields (and the pre-school)
It is newly built, in fact, you can still smell the wood 🤣🤣. The park is at the end of the grass fields and has wooden chips for protection on the floor. There is a climbing frame for younger children with ladder, wobbly bridge, ramp, rope, climbing wall, and wide slide. There is then an obstacle course for bigger children, which is actually long and pretty cool and leads to the bigger climbing frame with slide and other stuff.
In addition, there is a spider web with nicely spaced ropes. Ay could climb it to the top; it is not too high but there is no protection on the floor, which I am a bit disappointed about considering this is a new built park. Swings and stand up sea saw, along with Big boulders and many mounds to climb make up the rest of the park.
There are picnic benches for parents to sit on and the big grass field has football posts and a wall with basketball posts (though one was broken)
🗺 Address: Enstone Playing Field Lidstone Road, Enstone, OX7 4LP
🚘 Free Parking
🚻 No Toilets and baby facilities
🍕 No refreshments on site
🐕 Dogs not allowed in the play area
🧺 Plenty of picnic benches
🦽 Pushchair accessible though terrain will be bumpy
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