We visited Farnborough village playground after our visit to the Burton Dassett Hills Country Park, which is less than 10 minutes away.
There is a pretty impressive play castle/ fort with vertical and spiral slide. You can climb up via the ladders or climbing wall or a small ramp to enter the “fort” which has rope tunnel and two wobbly bridges, one with wider placed rungs but Ay managed to do it. There is a climbing wall on two sides of the castle but some of the foot steps were missing.The castle is two tiered, so we loved playing hide n seek and pretending to be knights rescuing each other in the castle. Toddlers have their own frame with a tunnel, small slide and wobbly bridge.
In addition, there is a zip wire, swings, springers and interactive panel with noughts and crosses and
🗺 Address: Main St, Farnborough, Banbury OX17 1EB, United Kingdom
🚘 No dedicated parking – off street parking (please be considerate to the residents)
🚻 No Toilets and baby facilities
🍕 No refreshments on site but a pub nearby
🐕 Dogs not allowed in the play area
🧺 Picnics allowed
🦽Buggy accessible (terrain is all grass)
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