Bagshot offers some local leisure facilities and has easy access to nearby facilities


2009_pavillion_college_ride_01_smallBagshot has a number of playgrounds and playing fields open to the public. Here’s the addresses and who they are maintained by:

  • Albert Road, Connaught Park Small toddlers play area (Surrey Heath Borough Council)
  • Whitmoor Road Play area next to Lilliputs Day Care Centre (Surrey Heath Borough Council)
  • Connaught Park playing field (Surrey Heath Borough Council)
  • Freemantle Road (Play equipment and immediately adjacent open space: Windlesham Parish Council, remainder of the open space maintained by Surrey Heath Borough Council)
  • School Lane, next to Bagshot Infant School (Windlesham Parish Council)
  • Pavilion, College Ride (Bagshot Playing Fields Association)
  • Swinley Forest (Crown Estate)

Mountain Biking

Bagshot provides a gateway to some of the best mountain biking trails in the South East. Swinley Forest, which is two minutes from the middle of Bagshot, has something for everyone with easy family rides on forest tracks, fast flowing single track, technical sections and even some jumps and drops. You can find details of trails at the Lookout

Bagshot has cafes and a supermarket so you can buy drinks, snacks or sandwiches before you ride and the cafes and pubs are a great place for post-ride stories over a drink.  The car park in the middle of Bagshot has free parking for up to 2 hours (you need to get a free ticket from the machine).  If you’re travelling by train, the railway station is not far from the centre of Bagshot.

Facilities near-by

  • Lightwater Country Park
  • Camberley Arena
  • Bracknell Leisure
  • Coral Reef
  • The Look Out, Bracknell
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