A map featuring our best free and cheap places to play, visit and walk in and around Milton Keynes.

Blue Park, Monkston, MK10 9BX

Snail Park, Walnut Tree, MK7 7LR

Winnie-the-Pooh park, Browns Wood, MK7 8DX

Wavendon Park, MK17 8LH

Brooklands Pavilion Park, MK10 7HN

Brooklands Park off Maritime Way, MK10 7FS

Brooklands Meadow Park, MK10 7ER

Woolstone Local Park, MK15 0AB

Willen Lake, MK15 0DJ

Downhead Park, MK15 9AP

Sherington Pre-School Park, MK16 9PB

Chicheley Street Park, Newport Pagnell, MK16 9AP

Redhouse Park play area & art trail, MK14 5FD

Dragon Park, Great Linford, MK14 5HA

Stanton Low Park, MK14 6FF

Bancroft Park, MK13 0QB

Greenleys Park, MK12 6AJ

Western Road Recreation Ground, Wolverton, MK12 5GH

Old Stratford, MK19 6NL

Wind in the Willows, Petworth Play area, Great Holm, MK8 9DH

Pirate Park, Loughton, MK5 8DJ

Castle Park, Shenley Brook End, MK5 7FA

Howe Park Wood, MK4 4GG

Newton Longville park, MK17 0AT

Newton Leys Parks, MK3 5PN

Little Brickhill Park, MK17 9LZ

Bow Brickhill Park, MK17 9JB

Caldecotte Lake (north main car park) MK7 8HP

Simpson Park, MK6 3AY

Wixams Parks, MK42 6DA

Russell Park, MK40 3SG

Rushmere Country Park, LU7 0EB

Stepping Stones, Loughton, MK5 8EP

Howe Park Wood, MK4 3GG

Great Linford Manor Park, MK14 5DZ.

North Loughton Valley Park, MK13 0RA

Tattenhoe Valley Park, MK4 2BU

Leavesden Country Park - WD5 0NX

Irchester Country Park - NN29 7DL

Sywell Country Park - NN6 0QX

Rushmere Country Park - LU7 0EB

Nene Wetlands, Rushden Lakes - NN10 6FH

Willen Lake - MK15 0DS

Emberton Country Park - MK46 5FJ

Ferry Meadows Country Park - PE2 5UU

Aldenham Country Park - WD6 3BA

Harrold and Odell Country Park - MK43 7DS

Millennium Country Park - MK43 0PR

Ryton Pools Country Park - CV8 3BH

Natural History Museum at Tring - HP23 6AP

Royal Air Force Museum - NW9 5LL

Stockwood Discovery Centre - LU1 4LX

Fishermead pirate ship park - MK6 2LD

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