To park at Cookham Moor car park it costs £2 for non National Trust members. For NT members and blue badge holders this car park is free upon scanning of your membership card. All other car parks across Maidenhead and Cookham commons are free.
No toilets. Cookham Moor car park costs £2 for non National Trust members, all other car parks across Maidenhead and Cookham commons are free. Dogs welcome - be mindful of ground-nesting birds and cattle grazing.
Pinkney's Green: From Maidenhead take the A308. Take left onto Pinkneys Drive and the car park is 100m on the right hand side.
Comprehensive networks of rights of way
Maidenhead Commons: The nearest station to the different Maidenhead Commons sites is Maidenhead railway station, approximately 2 miles away from most of them. Cookham Commons: The nearest station to the different Cookham Commons sites is Cookham railway station, approximately 2 miles away from most of them.
Contact Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead for bus information on 01628 683800.
Comprehensive network of waymarked cycle routes, check Sustrans for specific details.
Historic landscape full of natural beauty.
Enjoy rural countryside walks, impressive views over the landscape and find plenty of wildlife at Cookham Commons, the hidden gems of the Berkshire countryside.
Find an abundance of wildflowers, peaceful woodland walks and plenty of wildlife all year round at Maidenhead Commons, the hidden gems of the Berkshire countryside.
A 3-mile circular walk around Cookham Dean in Berkshire and the woodlands that inspired author Kenneth Grahame's Wild Wood in his children's novel Wind in the Willows.
Enjoy stunning views across the Thames Valley while following riverside paths on the dog-friendly Cookham and Cock Marsh walk.
Discover the wildlife and wetlands of the Thames Valley, while enjoying the views of The Mount at Cookham Dean, Cliveden House and Taplow Court.
A 5-mile walk along country lanes, woodland and the village of Cookham Dean that takes in places that inspired Wind in the Willows author Kenneth Grahame.
For many years the commons have been at the heart of the local community. At over 843 acres, the wide variety of landscapes offers the perfect escape to the country.
From the Thames riverbank to woodlands and wildflower meadows, there's a lot to discover whether you're on foot, bike or even horseback.
For families, it's a natural playground with plenty of space to run around, fly kites, build dens or simply walk the dog. The miles of walks include links to the Chiltern Loop and Thames Path. And you'll find a multitude of country pubs along the way (not National Trust).
From Bronze Age burial grounds to industrial brick works, discover the history of the pockets of rural land at Maidenhead and Cookham Commons.
Learn about some of the interesting characters who have lived and travelled in and around Maidenhead and Cookham Commons in Berkshire.
Find out how we protect and preserve around 500 acres of grassland and 340 acres of woodland habitat at Maidenhead and Cookham Commons, Berkshire.