Braywick Park and Sports Ground
This play area and park is open. Please adhere to the social distancing guidelines.
(Tueday 7 July 2020)
Size: 40 Hectares
A walk around the perimeter of the Park will contribute 7,420 steps to the advised 10,000 daily steps recommended to improve fitness.
BBQ's are not permitted in any of the parks and open spaces.
- Location and access details
Braywick Park and Sports Ground is located on the A 308 Braywick Road, Maidenhead.
- Car parking - on site - please ensure you park in the designated areas and obtain any necessary pass for areas other than the main car park. Additional parking at Stafferton Way multi-storey car park - walk to the Park via Greenfields. As in all car parks you are reminded to make sure your vehicle is locked and secure when unattended and no items are left on show.
- Archery - Maidenhead Archers web site
- Artificial Pitches for hockey and 5, 7 and 11 a-side football managed by Magnet Leisure Centre
- Athletics track and facilities - Maidenhead Athletics Club web site
- Dog walking - responsible dog owners are welcome to use the park but dogs must be on a lead within the marked sports pitch areas. Dog waste bins are present thorough the Park.
- Football - for necessary pitch bookings contact Magnet Leisure Centre
- Golf driving range - Braywick Golf Centre - can be contacted on 01628 676910
- Green Way Recreational Route - Public Rights of Way
- Gym - Performance - managed by Magnet Leisure Centre
- Hockey - Maidenhead Hockey Club web site
- Play Area - with equipment suitable for 9 - 14 year olds
- Restaurant - Toby contact 01628 776489
- Rugby Maidenhead Rugby Club web site
- Target Shooting - Maidenhead Target Shooting Club web site
- Walking - see Green Way Recreational Route above.
- SportsAble - (formerly known as WAMDSAD) the Sports Association for the Disabled
- Outdoor Gym
Braywick Park is the largest public open space in Maidenhead, covering 40 hectares to the south of the town centre. The Park has a fascinating history, with evidence of a roman road through the site, of ownership by Charles I, 18th and 19th century mansion houses on the site and more recently extensive mineral extraction, followed by landfill operations.
The Park is the main location for outdoor sports activities in the Maidenhead area, is a valuable nature conservation resource and houses Braywick Nature Centre, the focus for environmental education with the Borough.
With its 22 hectares of sports grounds and a range of quality sporting facilities, the park provides a base for a number of clubs including rugby, football, archery, target shooting and athletics. The Park also houses SportsAble (formerly known as WAMDSAD) the Sports Association for the Disabled, and a Golf Centre.
A 15 hectare Local Nature Reserve provides a range of habitats for local wildlife and opportunities for casual recreation. The Nature Reserve is also a valuable educational resource used by the Rangers at Braywick Nature Centre, for a wide range of events and activities they run for the public, schools and youth groups along with other visitors.
The access track adjacent to Stafferton Lodge was refurbished in spring 2010 to provide better access to vehicles and pedestrians. Further work took place in September 2011 to improve the accessibility to Braywick Park.
Braywick Management Plan