This play area and park is open. Please adhere to the social distancing guidelines.
(Tueday 7 July 2020)
Size: 8 hectares
A walk around the perimeter of this park will contribute 1,860 steps to the advised 10,000 daily steps recommended to improve fitness.
BBQs are not permitted in any of the parks and open spaces.
- Location and access details
Access to the Park is from either Courthouse Road, Ashcroft Road or Oaken Grove.
Oaken Grove Park covers 8 hectares and is located in the built up area of north west Maidenhead. The Park caters for a wide range of users with its facilities for active sports and casual recreation, all within an attractive landscaped setting.
- Sir Nicholas Winton Garden
- Cafe open 7 days a week during park opening hours
- Car Parking
- Play Area with equipment suitable for 3-16 year olds
- Multi Use Games Area
- Outdoor Gym
- Sports Pavilion and Football Pitches
- Tennis Courts - managed by Maidenhead Lawn Tennis Club - 01628 623785.
- Bowling Green - managed by Maidenhead Town Bowls Club
- Fruit Maze
Activities in the Park
- For information on tennis, bowls or football please follow the links above
- 13 - 19 holiday activity programme
- Pinkneys Green Community Fun Day held annually in August
- A leaflet on a local walk including Oaken Grove Park - 'A Walk Around Maidenhead and Surroundings'
The area covered by the park was once part of Pinkneys Green Farm Estate which was sold for housing in the 1920's. The Borough of Maidenhead purchased the land in 1935 for use as a public open space. The Park is thought to be named after a grove of oak trees situated on the Farm Estate.
Between 1938 and 1939 the land was laid out as public open space and a sports pavilion, tennis courts and a bowling green and clubhouse were constructed. Maidenhead Town Bowling Club has used the green and club house since 1939.
Oaken Grove Management Plan
If you have any comments or suggestions for improvements to the park, or if you are interested in joining the User Group please get in touch at [email protected].