Hook Norton play park is not too big but it is an all rounder with a lot of equipment packed into the playground with something for all ages.
Let us tackle the entry first..We parked on the main road (The Bourne), walked down watery lane (narrow one track road) and climbed the steps up to the gate of the park.
Once we reached the playground, I realised there is an easier and accessible entry via “the Shearings” (which I have marked on our map). So you can either park here (it is a residential area, so please be considerate), or the alternative is, park on the main road like us but use the small alley way just before Dolly Carton to avoid the steps at the entrance at Watery lane.
There are three climbing frames.. yup THREE. The one for older kids has a climbing wall, net/ropes, chain stairs and bridge, steps, ladder, fireman pole and a fast tunnel slide. Toddlers have their own smaller version. Another, slightly more challenging timber structure with balancing beans, ropes and nets and a not very fast zip wire is nearby too.The surround field, though not vast, has basket ball and football posts as well as hopscotch drawings on the floor.
My only criticism of the park is that there is no safety flooring except for wooden chips in small areas.