Jubilee Green is a small playground in Wing, Bucks. Although there aren’t any facilities such as toilets (there actually aren’t any public loos in Wing at all) it’s got some really good equipment. It’s a little bit old, but it all seems well maintained. The park itself has some green space and a basketball hoop.
The main playground
The main playground area at Jubilee Green isn’t fenced off and it sits around the toddler play area. There is plenty of equipment for slightly older kids though. There’s swings, a nest swing, a spinny see-saw, wide slide (even my bum could fit down this!!). Then there’s this massive climbing frame combo thingy. I’ve not seen one like it before.
They also have a mini fitness trail…
and this thing! It’s brilliant, the kids loved climbing in and on it. Stand on those flame shaped things and whoosh. Off you spin. Fast! Smallest Child had a go on this and shot right off, giggling all the time.
The toddler playground
The toddler playground is fenced off but it also has benches for adults to sit down. There’s a little play-frame, swings, rockers and a slide. There’s also a crazy roundabout that’s really fast and really high off the ground.
This isn’t the biggest playground in the area, but I liked it. The equipment is original and in good condition. The green was nice and clean. You won’t be here for hours on end, but it’s a good place to stop for a while.
Parking / How to get there
Parking is very limited as it’s a residential area. There is access to the green from Redwood Drive and Prospect Place. We found a few spaces on Redwood Drive that didn’t seem to be obstructing anyone.
Address – Jubilee Green, Wing, LU7 0TP
What else is nearby?
We popped into Jubilee Green on the way to Ascott House. Leighton Buzzard has loads of brilliant free things to do. There’s Tiddenfoot Lake, Parsons Road recreation ground & splash park and the free children’s trail,
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