Sunningdale Park Contact
The site contact for our Sunningdale Park space is Brimstones
This space is managed in partnership with Brimstones
Region: South Central
With stunning views over undulating historic Grade II listed parkland, individual parkland trees, meadow grassland and woodland, Sunningdale Park and the adjoining Northcote Gardens provide an idyllic and beautiful space for people and wildlife, somewhere special for everyone to explore, enjoy and relax and to feel at one with nature.
Yes - off Linnet Drive. What3Words: influencing.prep.decreased.
MyCloud Coffee (small family-run coffee lounge) is a 5-minute walk from the car park on Silwood Road, towards Cheapside. Kempton's at Sunningdale Park (restaurant, bistro & bar) adjoins the site in Northcote Gardens (see Other Links below). Both venues open daily.
The site is free to use.
A mix of surfaced and unsurfaced paths. Some areas are inclined/stepped, but flatter routes are also available. Benches are available throughout for resting and admiring the views.
Yes. The waymarked circular walk (c.2km) provides a great way to explore the Park
Well-controlled dogs are welcome. Please pick up after your dog and use the bins provided.
Walking, bird watching and wildlife spotting.
Grade II listed parkland, individual parkland trees including veteran and ornamental specimens, meadow grassland, mixed Sweet chestnut/Scots pine woodland and other mixed tree species including Sycamore, Holly, Silver Birch, Yew, and Aspen.
Windsor Great Park, The Savill Garden, Chobham Common National Nature Reserve, Swinley Forest.
Silwood Road , Ascot , SL5 0PY
Site size: 19 hectares
This Suitable Alternative Natural Greenspace (SANG) was established in 2022-3. The purpose of this and other local SANGs is to avoid increased recreational pressure on the Thames Basin Heaths Special Protection Area (SPA) from new residential development by providing alternative recreation areas that offer a similar experience to the SPA.
Following establishment of the SANG the site is being managed in accordance with a SANG management plan, for the benefit of people and wildlife.
The Land Trust took over responsibility for Sunningdale Park in November 2023. Current and future management seeks to enhance the recreational and biodiversity value of the site.
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