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Prospect Park, Reading, Berkshire

Prospect Park

Prospect Park is Reading’s largest open space. The regency mansion (now a Harvester Restaurant) is set on a hill at the highest point of the park. There is a mini steam train, run by voluntary enthusiasts on the first Sunday of each month, near the Bath Road entrance. The site also features a wide variety of sports facilities and a well-equipped children’s play area. The park is also host to a number of annual events including the Reading Carnival and a steam fair.

There is a toilet next to the play area, which is self cleaning and costs 20p!

Ample parking off Liebenrood Road.

Ages most suitable for
5 to 12 year olds 5 to 12 year olds
Teenagers Teenagers
Toddlers Toddlers
Liebenrood Road
RG30 2EB
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Longitude : -1.008171
Latitude : 51.451142
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  1. Where is the designated parking for disabled blue badge holders ?
    I recently took my elderly mother to the park and parked in the only area I could see where she would be able to walk with her frame, the lower car park was unsuitable as it was uneven and gravel not suitable for someone with impaired mobility and walking with a frame. As a consequence of not knowing that all the area by the Harvester is now private land, I received a fine of £50 for a 20 minute stay in a disabled parking bay, I displayed my mothers blue badge.


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