The pirate park in Loughton, Milton Keynes is a great park to visit and fun for all ages because of its really good range of play equipment and sandy areas. Watch our video below to see what it’s like and then scroll down for more information.

What’s at the pirate ship park in Loughton, Milton Keynes?

The highlight is of course the wooden pirate ship. Aged three when we visited, my eldest son could confidently climb up it and pretend to steer the ship. My youngest son (one when we went) went underneath the ship. It’s all set in sand so even if your children are really little they can take a bucket and spade and do some good digging. My eldest enjoyed the spinning pirate and we all liked the see-saw. There’s a big swing and a hammock style swing too. For slightly older children there’s a good size wooden climbing frame.

pirate park in Loughton, Milton Keynes
pirate park in Loughton, Milton Keynes

Where can we find the pirate park in Loughton?

It’s just behind the sports and social club. The address is Linceslade Grove, Milton Keynes, MK5 8DJ. We found it easily. There was a car park on the opposite side of the road. We went on a weekend, but apparently it can get busy on weekdays after school.


pirate park in Loughton, Milton Keynes

What can do we once we’ve finished playing at the pirate park in Loughton?

Lodge Lake is only a very short distance away on the other side of Portway. There’s no play equipment there but it is a lovely place for a walk and not too far for young children – it takes around 20-30 minutes to walk around the lake. The next closest parks that we really like are at Two Mile Ash which has a good slide, smaller climbing frame and a fairy garden, and the Wind in the Willows park at Great Holm (pictured below). If you’re inspired to visit more places in and around Milton Keynes, Beds, Bucks, Northants and beyond do have a look at Milton Keynes Kids the map. 



Wind in the Willows Park

I'm Laura, mum of two boys - aged six and four. I started this website at the end of Sept 2015 whilst on maternity leave. I now work four days a week and do this blog late at night once the little boys are sleeping. It's won several awards over the last four years and I continue to run it for free and mostly focus on free, cheap, and good value days out. Do drop me an email if you want to contact me. Don't forget to follow all of our latest adventures on facebook, instagram and twitter and have a look at all of the videos of the places we visit on the Milton Keynes Kids YouTube Channel - subscribe to it for notifications every time I add a new place. And remember... you may been reading this post months after we visited, do check with the destination you're visiting for up to date opening times and prices. If you find this blog useful then please do comment on my posts and leave me a Facebook review - it makes doing this all the more worthwhile.

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