Find great activities in the Thames Valley

With the River Thames, beautiful lakes and its extensive countryside, the Thames Valley is ideal for activities of all types.

There are exciting possibilities for everyone and every level of age and ability. The search panel in the respective category can help you find activities tailored to you, or you can just browse the entries.

The Thames Valley is a great place for cycling whatever your level of interest.
Explore some of the best fishing spots along the River Thames.
The Thames Valley is home to some of the most beautiful golf courses in the country.
Great equestrian fun for all levels of experience.
From easy short buggy walks to demanding hikes, the region offers great walks for everyone!
Not found the right activity yet? There are plenty more possibilities!

Black Park

Black Park is a great place for activities of all kind: there are several orienteering courses, and a public bridle path leads around much of the park. There’s also plenty of opportunity for cycling, and you can even enjoy a segway adventure. Canoeing, boating and model boats are allowed (restrictions apply in the nature reserve and no petrol powered boats are allowed).

The lake is open to divers by special arrangement. Fishing is also available to all free of charge, during car park opening hours, and during the fishing season. For more information, please contact the park (see below).

Coombe Hill

There is much open grassland perfect for family picnics. The surrounding woodlands are great for exploration by the youngsters, and the area is popular for kite flying (the remnants of kites in the treetops pay testimony to numerous failed attempts).

Langley Country Park

There is a picnic area with benches close to the entrance. The Jubilee Play Garden, built in 2012 is aimed at young children and combines natural play with traditional.

There are wooden houses, tunnels and slides, and swings. A number of public bridle paths lead around much of the park.