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Nine Mile Ride, Finchampstead

The California Chalet & Touring Park in Finchampstead, United Kingdom situated Nine Mile Ride can be contacted by phone +44 1189 733928. Here it is unfortunately not yet possible to book online.
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Finchampstead:

Finchampstead is a civil parish near Wokingham in the English county of Berkshire. Its northern extremity is situated 2 miles (3 km) south of Wokingham, 5 miles (8 km) west of Bracknell, 8 miles (13 km) south-east of Reading, and 33 miles (53 km) west of Central London. Finchampstead parish extends from 'The Throat' on the southern edge of Wokingham, just past the Inchcape Garage, down to the Tally Ho pub on the River Blackwater which forms the southern border with Eversley and Hampshire, over Eversley Bridge. Finchampstead Bridge is further east, just above Eversley Cross. To the east of the parish is Sandhurst and, to the west, Swallowfield, Arborfield and Barkham. The Nine Mile Ride (or B3430) runs the entire width of Finchampstead, through California and then on, between King's Mere and Queen's Mere, to the border with Crowthorne, and eventually Pinewood and its termination in Bracknell. California is the name of this Northern part of the parish. It is a large residential village with its own Country Park surrounding the fine Longmoor Lake, on the edge of Barkham Common. The southern portion of the parish contains St James' parish church; Finchampstead Village itself, at the top of Fleet Hill on the B3348; Finchampstead Lea, to the west along the A327; and the woodlands of the Ridges, spreading north to the Nine Mile Ride. This is a dense, mostly pine tree, wood much of which – including Simon's Wood (of sweet chestnuts) – is owned by the National Trust. It has dramatic hills that give very picturesque views of the surrounding area. In the winter if there has been a good snowfall it can provide very good sledging opportunities and in the summer the long evenings make for beautiful quiet walks.

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