First of all, I must say, it is not easy to find. It is hidden behind the dead end of a narrow lane in a residential area, with no dedicated parking (and even a hand written sign on the road saying don’t park here, so the residents are obviously annoyed). Please park sensibly and be considerate to them.
The first thing that caught our attention was the climbing structure. I have seen a similar structure in the Pinnock way park since then (they must have the same designer as they are almost identical), but this park was the first time I saw something like it. It is very different; I would describe it as somewhat of a cross between a climbing pyramid and climbing frame. It has horizontal rope ladders which you try to climb up, to reach the rope buckets in the middle at different heights and then try to move from one to another via monkey bars or ladders/ ropes. I have made it sound very simple, but its actually not easy to climb. I would say it’s more suitable for older children (5-6 years old minimum).
The zipwire also deserves a special mention, as it was very high and actually had an interesting climbing ladder to get up to the seat. Ay is usually not shy of such adventures, but I could see he was a bit reluctant to try it (he was four at the time). He did get on to it, and off he went on one of the fastest zip wires EVER, but he didnt want to go again and again (as he normally does). I would say it was probably due to the height from the ground
There is a pretty good tunnel slide on top of the mound (just like the one in Cumnor hill), springers, balancing logs and different types of swings. There was even a little sandpit in the middle, adult gym equipment on the side and a small basket ball court at the other end. There are some picnic benches as well