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Parking and Location

Activity Centre Parking and Location

How to find us

The Activity Centre is based in Dinton Pastures Country Park. The Activity Centre carpark is just off from Sandford Lane and is the best place to park if you are attending one of our activities. At busy times if our car park is full there is an additional car park on the opposite side of Sandford Lane which may be open at peak times.

Pay & Display Car Park

Pay and display car parking charges apply. For information on charges and season tickets click HERE. 

Drop Off / Pick Up Parking - Free Vend

If you are dropping off or picking up participants for an activity, please enter your car registration into the ticket machine and select the 'FREE 15 minute' vend ticket option. Please clearly display this ticket in your window and make a note of the expiry time. If you require longer than 15 minutes, please pay and display for the time needed. Please note this free vend drop off / pick up ticket is only for activity centre customers with a booking valid on that day. 


Dinton Activity Centre

Sandford Lane


RG10 0SU

Public transport

The nearest train station is Winnersh, which is serviced by South West Trains and Great Western Railway. The latest train travel information is available from National Rail Enquiries.


The country park is on the Thames Buses routes 128, 129 and the nearest stop is opposite the main entrance. The current bus timetables are available from Thames Buses.


You can get information about planning your journey to the country park at the My Journey Wokingham website. This great resource has more information on cycle routes, walking maps and public transport timetables.


Driving to us

The Activity Centre is on Sandford Lane and easily accessible from the A329M, M4 and A4. Less than thirty minutes drive from Maidenhead, Slough, Henley, Reading, Wokingham and Bracknell. Enter RG10 0SU into your sat nav or favourite mapping service. 


Nearby amenities

We're just a 10 minutes drive from Winnersh, Twyford, Woodley and Hurst, where you can pick up food for a picnic and other essentials.


There are a number of family orientated pubs in the area and the park is home to the Berkshire Museum of Aviation. The Trip Advisor website is full of great suggestions of other things to do in the local area. Don't forget to visit our very own Dragonfly Café as well.