Shepherd Meadows and Sandhurst Memorial Park are neighbouring sites in the south of the town on the River Blackwater.
Shepherd Meadows consists of 40 hectares (100 acres) of wet meadows and woodlands that is important for its nature conservation.
Sandhurst Memorial Park is a 28 hectare (69 acre) site that is a premier location for recreation in the borough.
The sites, which hold a Green Flag Award, are managed together respectively by Bracknell Forest Council and Sandhurst Town Council.
Shepherd Meadows is featured on Great Places for Circular Walks.Shepherd Meadows and Sandhurst Memorial Park jointly hold Green Flag status. The award scheme which is run by Keep Britain Tidy is a national standard for the quality of public parks and green spaces in England and Wales.