The council manages more than 254 hectares of public parks, open green space and play areas in Slough.
Our aim is to bring people and communities together, increasing health and wellbeing in an urban environment by offering a range of sports fields, play areas, riverside walks, woodlands, gardens and natural landscapes helping Slough to be a more attractive and prosperous town to live and work in.
Slough is proud to fly the Green Flag at Salt Hill Park, Herschel Park and Pippins Park. The Green Flag Award scheme recognises and rewards high standards in the management and maintenance of public parks and green spaces.
Find out when history walks are held at Herschel Park, Salt Hill Park and Baylis Park.
With 76 outdoor playgrounds and play areas across the borough, there are plenty of opportunities for young people to enjoy the play facilities in our green spaces.
Our Parks Friends Groups actively contribute to the development and upkeep of Slough parks. Here is how you can join.
Interested in helping your local community and make new friends, why not join our Parks Volunteer Scheme.
Some of our larger parks offer fantastic events throughout the year.
It is your responsibility to make sure you clear up after your dog and it is kept under control.
If you are concerned that owners are failing to remove dog dirt or not keeping their dog under control, you can report dog issues online.
Amey work in partnership with Slough Borough Council to ensure our parks and green spaces are maintained to high standards.