Play Parks

Explore Buckingham’s play parks

Buckingham has a wealth of play parks, with fourteen separate areas and more to come as new housing developments are completed. Each one has a different feel, giving plenty of choice to vary your day in Buckingham. Information about each park’s facilities including park guides will help you choose which park to try next – Chandos Park for a longer day, Bourton Park for shade. You could try Moreton Road Park or the Skate Park for older kids and teens. Much more information on each park is available below.

Have fun and enjoy our local parks!

Play parks managed by Buckingham Town Council

Play parks managed by Buckinghamshire Council

Buckinghamshire Council have more information about their parks, including Heartlands park and how to report problems.

Play parks managed by others

Facilities and Accessibility

Public Toilets

You’ll find public toilets at Chandos Park including disabled facilities, accessed by radar key. Cornwalls Meadow Toilets include a Changing Places station.

Car Parking

All the playparks have parking nearby. Please park considerately in residential areas.


There are spaces available for blue badge holders in the Cornwalls Meadow car park.


Almost all the parks include benches or could be used as a picnic location. Shops and cafes are available in the town centre a short walk from all locations in Buckingham.

Walks and Maps