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- Award-winning park on the Thames
- On-site fishing in season and bits and bobs to entertain the kids
- Block out some time to visit Legoland Windsor (11 miles)
We’ll take a piece of this, please: Hurley Riverside Park near Maidenhead in Berkshire is a playful 11 miles from Legoland Windsor and has discounted tickets for it available at reception – plus over 20 other local attractions from the Hellfire Caves to Tiggywinkles Wildlife Hospital; you’ll not want to leg-o when it’s time to leave…
If you’re angling for activities in the area that are even cheaper/free, there’s on-site fishing in season, the new Trim Trail playground and a nature trail with free quiz leaflet for littlies – there are plenty of locals to spot in the park’s trees, hedgerows and nesting boxes.
Hurley Riverside Park is on the Thames for walks along the Thames Path, in the Thames valley and to the nearby riverside towns of Henley-on-Thames and Marlow – pick up a footpath map from the Hurley shop for info on all the local hikes and nature reserves.
This award-winning park was placed in the Top 100 sites in the UK by Practical Caravan and its facilities are expertly put together, with several little touches built in to make guests feel at home: free showers including family shower rooms, disabled wet room, free use of hairdryers/shaver points, and a book swap area in the launderette block.
There’s even a slipway if you’re lucky enough to be arriving by boat like locals Ratty and Mole…
Pitches at Hurley Riverside Park are for tents, tourers and motorhomes, with electric hook-up available on some. Wifi is available for an extra charge.
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Car parking by pitch/unit
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Tents for hire
D. of E. welcome
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Electric car charging point(s)
Gas cylinders available
Dog walk nearby
Nearby farmers' market
Public transport nearby
Large (51-200 pitches)
Indoor pool nearby
Leisure/theme park nearby
Touring and motorhomes
Drainage hook-up points for tourers
Motorhome service point
Water hook-up points for tourers
- Coach stations
— 6.5 miles
6.5 miles Bracknell Bus Station — 9.8 miles
9.8 miles Wellington St Bus Station — 10.3 miles
- Train stations
Marlow Rail Station
— 3.0 miles
3.0 miles Henley-on-Thames Rail Station — 3.4 miles
3.4 miles Shiplake Rail Station — 3.5 miles
- Ferry ports
Shepperton Ferry Landing
— 19.5 miles
19.5 miles Weybridge Ferry Landing — 19.6 miles
19.6 miles Moulsey - Hurst Park Ferry Landing — 22.0 miles
London Heathrow Airport Terminal 5
— 15.4 miles
15.4 miles London Heathrow Airport Terminal 3 — 16.6 miles
16.6 miles London Heathrow Airport — 16.8 miles
From the A4 and M4 at Maidenhead:
Leave the M4 at Junction 8/9 (Maidenhead) and take the A404(M). Take the third exit (approximately 2 miles) onto the A4130 signposted Henley. At the top of the slip road turn left and go straight across the Burchetts Green roundabout. You will pass Temple Golf Club on your right as the road begins to wind down the hill towards Hurley. Follow the brown caravan park signs, ignoring the turning into Hurley Village at East Arms Place, and continue along the A4130 for a further three-quarters of a mile, turning right into Shepherds Lane. At the sharp right-hand bend go straight on through the wood. At the crossroads proceed straight across into the touring park, reporting to the warden at reception.
From the M40 at High Wycombe:
Leave the M40 at Junction 4 (Handy Cross) and take the A404(M). After the roundabout take the slip-road to the A4130 signposted Henley turning right at the Burchetts Green roundabout and proceeding as above.
Take the A4130 towards Maidenhead for 5 miles. Approximately half a mile past the Black Boys, turn left into Shepherd's Lane and proceed as above.
Stick to the Thames and its riverside towns, take the kids to as many nearby attractions as they can wheedle you to, or take a day trip to Oxford, London or Reading…all are smooth sailing from here.
Walkswise, leave the park and follow your feet along the Thames Path, go up the side of the Thames Valley for views over Berkshire from Ashley Hill Forest, or have an easy stroll along the Jubilee River between Windsor and Maidenhead.
The Oxfordshire Way ends in Henley and goes through the Cotswold Hills and the Chilterns Hills; trace its route back towards Gloucestershire with doable walks from Henley to Middle Assendon, or on from there to Pishill and Christmas Common.
The beech forest surrounding Christmas Common is a good spot for biking; free wheelers can also pedal their way along the long-distance Chilterns Cycleway, which has an 18-mile loop from Henley through the Hambleden Valley.
Or take to the water instead – you can’t stay in a park with ‘Riverside’ in the name without even a smidgeon of messing about in boats…
There are boats for hire all around Henley, from yachts to traditional rowing boats, and if you’re new to oars the experts at Henley Rowing Club offer classes for beginners.
See how Ratty, Mole et al did it at the permanent Wind in the Willows exhibition at Henley’s award-winning River and Rowing Museum, also the place to find out about Henley’s world-famous regatta and the history of boats and boating on the Thames.
Traditionalists might also like a look around Windsor and Eton; the old buildings through all ages at the Chiltern Open Air Museum or puffing along at the foot of the along the foot of the Chiltern Hills on the Chinnor and Princes Risborough Railway.
Pick up discounted tickets for the above three attractions at the Hurley Riverside Park reception; discounted tickets are also available for:
The passenger boat Salters Steamers
- Cruises from Hobbs of Henley
- Cruises from French Brothers
- Windsor Leisure Centre including Playzone
- Krazy Play Days, Reading
- The Look Out Discovery Centre, Bracknell
- Horseshoe Lake Activity Centre, Sandhurst
- The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre
- Bucks County Museum and Roald Dahl Children's Gallery
- Bekonscot Model Village, Beaconsfield
- Millets Farm Centre, Frilford
- Coral Reef Waterworld, Bracknell
- Beale Park Wildlife Park and Gardens, Reading
- Wayside Stables, Maidenhead
- Temple Golf Club, Hurley
- The Red Lyon restaurant, Hurley
- Lemon Grass Thai restaurant, Maidenhead
- Francesco's Italian restaurants
- Stanley Spencer Gallery (5.1 miles)
- Cliveden (5.8 miles)
- West Wycombe Park (6.7 miles)
- Greys Court (5.6 miles)
- Cliveden (6.1 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.
- How much is payable upfront? A 15% transferable deposit is payable when you book, with the balance payable on arrival. Read more
- Does Hurley Riverside Park have a swimming pool? No View all features
- Is Hurley Riverside Park dog friendly? Yes View all features
- What attractions are near Hurley Riverside Park? Stick to the Thames and its riverside towns, take the kids to as many nearby attractions as they can wheedle you to, or take a day trip to Oxford, London or Reading…all … Read more
- When can I check in and check out of Hurley Riverside Park?
Camping and touring Arrive: 1 p.m. – 8 p.m. Depart by: 12 p.m.