Take your seniors out to a park for some fresh air around Slough and Uxbridge

As we get older it is more important to keep as active as possible and strengthen your joints and muscles. Getting seniors to maintain their physical health can be challenging

Black Park Country Park

Black Park is in Wexham, Buckinghamshire and covers over 500 acres of woodland and open space. It is family friendly and is perfect for wildlife spotting.

The lakeside Café is a short walk away from the car park. There is free parking for the disabled and designated spaces are available for blue badge holders in the car park. The public toilets at the top of the car park and café include disabled facilities.

Our clients love coming here for fresh air.

Langley Park

Langley Park is historical and full of wildlife. The stunning flower collection in the Temple Gardens is best seen from April to June with views to Windsor Castle. You can stroll through the ancient oak woodlands of Kings Wood or follow one of their permanent trails. Trail guides can be picked up in the Tearoom.

There are spaces available for blue badge holders in the car park. The majority of the main paths are wheelchair friendly however the small woodland paths are unsuitable for wheelchairs.

There is a fantastic tearoom serving snacks and homemade cakes as well as traditional ice cream.

Denham Country Park

Water is the key feature of Denham Country Park as rivers Colne and Misbourne flow through the park and the Grand Union Canal close by. It is a great place to explore the countryside and picturesque Denham Village. It is also home to the Colne Valley regional park visitor centre which has the Riverside café where you can get drinks and snacks.

There are spaces available for blue badge holders in the main car park. The café and veranda are wheelchair accessible. Pick up walking leaflets and maps in the visitor centre.

Find out more about companionship visits with Home Instead Slough if you would like one of our care professionals to accompany you and support you to get outside more and maintain your physical health.