Top 10 kids parks in Midland

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Cash-free fun to wear the kids out!

When you need to entertain the kids and are on a low income and tight budget – hit the park! It doesn’t get much simpler – or cheaper – than heading to one of these fab local parks around Midland for hours of fun!

Here’s 10 top kids parks around Midland

  1. Ahoy, me hearties!

Little pirates will love Pirate Playground in Ellenbrook.

  • With a large pirate ship set amongst the sand and palm trees, kids can walk the plank on balance beams and play with a treasure chest.
  • There’s also a hammock and whales, swings and a see-saw, and rope climbing.
  1. Eco play adventures

Woodridge Riverside Park is a great spot that offers something for everyone.

  • This fabulous playground features an eco-adventure play zone with sand, nature and water play.
  • There’s also a ship and raft, spinners, a rocket, flying fox and much more. You won’t see the kids for hours!
  1. The ultimate family day out

You can’t go past Whiteman Park for a day of play and picnicking that will please all the family.

  • There’s several playgrounds to choose from in this magnificent park that’s 10 times the size of Kings Park!
  • The kids will love cooling off in water play park, which has paddling and wading pools along with fun water spouts.
  1. Get sporty

Lilac Hill Park in Caversham is not just for cricket!

  • While known for its premium cricket facilities, there’s also a great kids playground for the littlies.
  • Along with a fun flying fox, they’ll enjoy the fort and slide, as well as climbing the ladder, monkey bars and bridge.
  • Or take a picnic and enjoy the riverside location while dropping in a line to enjoy a spot of fishing.
  1. Riverside spot to get away from it all

Kings Meadow Reserve in Guildford is a serene riverside spot.

  • The kids will enjoy the playground with flying fox, fort with slides, sliding poles and a ladder and bridge, monkey bars, and swings.
  • There’s also some lovely jetties for fishing and launching a canoe.
  1. Cute and compact

Natham Square Park in Swan View is great for kids of all ages.

  • Play equipment includes a play frame with a slide, ladder and fireman’s pole, and for the older kids there’s swings, monkey bars and climbing frames.
  • There’s also a basketball half court and a track for scooting or riding.
  1. Feed the ducks!

Play by the lake Wexcombe Way Park in Aveley.

  • Kids will love feeding the ducks at this lovely lakeside park.
  • The playground has forts, slides, tunnels, bridges and springs as well as monkey bars, climbing wall and poles and activity wall with noughts and crosses.
  1. Play near the planes

Point Reserve in Bassendean is one of a few picturesque parks along the river.

  • Kids will love the climbing frame with long wavy slide and mini flying fox, as well as the swings and sandpit.
  • And plane enthusiasts will enjoy watching the planes coming in to land overhead!
  1. Waterside picnic and play

Play beside the water at AP Hinds Reserve at Riverside Gardens in Bayswater.

  • This fenced playground has several different slides and swings along with fireman poles, a tunnel, a springy surfboard to ride and a spider web to climb.
  • Use the many picnic tables and bbqs to enjoy a picnic and play ball games on the grassy lawns.
  1. Skating fun

Older kids will love the skate park at Fleming Reserve in High Wycombe.

  • There’s also a fun playground to keep other kids entertained, featuring climbing frames, slides, swings and rockers.
  • And Mum and Dad can grab a workout on the outdoor fitness circuit!