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Wellington Country Park

#4 of 87 things to do in Reading Features Animals
Odiham Road | Riseley, Reading RG7 1SP, England
+44 118 932 6444
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Fantastic Day Out

I visited Wellington Country Park this weekend, taking my little girl (2.5 years old) and we had... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
slynne82
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Farnborough, United Kingdom
Great country park, loads to do for young children

Fab country park, between reading and basingstoke. We live nearby and have an annual pass (£74), as... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
sabinna15
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Hampshire, United Kingdom
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Odiham Road | Riseley, Reading RG7 1SP, England
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I visited Wellington Country Park this weekend, taking my little girl (2.5 years old) and we had the most wonderful day. The whole day was fantastic and my little girl had so much fun and we thought it was a great price, booking online in...More

1  Thank slynne82
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Fab country park, between reading and basingstoke. We live nearby and have an annual pass (£74), as my little one is 2, it works out a cheap day out for us, as under 3s dont pay admission. Theres loads to see and do in this...More

1  Thank sabinna15
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Quite a nice day out but cost me £30 entrance for me and 2 young children and then had to pay £4.50 extra for the train ride and a further £6 for them to go on the go karts. Park was nice but animal farm...More

Thank witneyres
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I visited with my daughter who is 3 years old and there is plenty to do. The price to get in I think is quite expensive it's only £1 dearer than a child's admission which I think is a bit expensive. The grounds are beautiful...More

1  Thank Simmolor
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

super sunny day when we went along to this park near my parents. After a long walk we sat at the lake and watched the easter events going on around us for the small children. Facilities on site could be better in terms of toilets...More

1  Thank smartcookie50
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Went here with my whole family, age ranges 1-77, for my grandsons 1st birthday party. My daughter hired a private area which came with picnic tables, barbecues and a tables for laying out food under a large gazebo/tent structure. This meant we had our own...More

1  Thank us2Hampshire
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A visit by 3 generations with the youngest being our 3 Year old grandson who had a fantastic time. Catering for children the park is very good and it is great watching the youngsters enjoying themselves on the facilities. The park is well thought out...More

1  Thank rfi30
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We paid £11.00 each for my wife and I and £10.00 for my Grandson aged 5 for entry to the park, ie. £32.00. The restaurant was ok with reasonable food. There is plenty of walking to do with play areas for small children. However unlike...More

Thank Hawkeye1945
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Beautiful setting with its own lake. Nice different areas, including an outdoor play area, train, small farm, dinosaur walk and splash pad. There's enough to do, but a bit pricey overall. Have been several times but usually when I haven't had to pay due to...More

Thank Devon T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We've visited all of the family parks / farm parks in the Reading/Newbury area over the years and Wellington is our favourite. We like how spacious it is and our kids love the playgrounds, dinosaur park etc. We've just come to the end of our...More

1  Thank Dung50
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FionaDyson
Are small dogs allowed
21 August 2016|
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Response from fi_lu22 | Reviewed this property |
Yes dogs are allowed but just not in the farm
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nicki159
Hi we just want to picnic in grounds en route but will we be charged an entrance fee?
11 August 2016|
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Response from sharpeyMarlow | Reviewed this property |
Yes - I'm afraid so
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999petem999
Is cycling allowed on the site ?
19 May 2016|
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Response from Mark H | Reviewed this property |
Yes I did not do it but lsome people /families on bikes there are some paths that go throw the forest I belive kids have bikes there as well hope this helps
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