Go Ape Black Park

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Located in the heart of Black Park Country Park, close to Uxbridge and Slough, you can find Go Ape Black Park in 500 acres of beautiful woodland. The Buckinghamshire adventure is north of the A412. And, it hosts six action-packed adventures. Explore the forest on two wheels with the all-terrain Segways or hire a bike or two from the Forest Biking Hub. Alternatively, test your nerve amongst the trees on one of three high ropes courses. Go Ape Black Park also boasts Nets Adventure - a series of giant nets suspended 20ft above the ground. From 4 to 104, it's a great day out if you're looking for unique things to do in Buckinghamshire.

Where is Go Ape Black Park located?

Go Ape Black Park is located in the heart of Black Park Country Park, South Buckinghamshire, close to Uxbridge and Slough, covering 500 acres of beautiful woodland.

Details on what activities are available at Go Ape Black Park?

Treetop Adventure, Treetop Adventure Plus, Treetop Challenge, Nets Adventure, Forest Segway, and Forest Biking are among the six thrilling activities available at Go Ape Black Park. The 500-acre woodland has something for everyone.

Things to do in the local area?

Explore the 500-acre Black Park Country Park, which has family-friendly attractions, play spaces, well-surfaced trackways for walking and running, and bike rentals from Go Ape Forest Biking. There is also a café nearby for refreshments.

Other Information


  • Wear sensible clothes for adventure.
  • Footwear must be sturdy and suitable for the outdoors. No sandals, slip-off shoes, open toes or heels.
  • Gloves are a good idea. Either bring a pair or you can buy them at the cabin on the day.


  • Get close to nature on the Habitat Trail.
  • Dogs are welcome in the park.
  • Bring or rent bikes and explore the cycle trails.
  • Work up an appetite and enjoy snacks and food from the café and kiosk.

Facilities & information

Features and facilities

Dog friendly


Child friendly

Children's play area

Woodland walks


Activities, Recreations, Games, Sports




Extra info

Nearest Train Station: Langley Station is 3.5 miles from Go Ape (a one-hour walk / or a short cab ride away.)
Price Details: Treetop Challenge - £36 Treetop Adventure Plus - £28 Treetop Adventure - £23; Nets Adventure - From £20 Forest Segway - £38 Forest Biking - from £12 for 2 hours

Arrival information & directions

Address: Black Park Road, Slough, Berkshire, SloughSL3 6DS, United Kingdom

By car: 

Black Park Country Park is signposted from the A412 between Slough and Iver Heath.

Exit the M40 at Junction 1. Follow the A412 towards Slough through one roundabout and two mini-roundabouts. At the Crooked Billet roundabout take the third exit onto the A412. Follow this for one mile, and take the first right into Black Park Road. After half a mile, turn right into Black Park Country Park

From the A4 in Slough, join the A412 for Uxbridge. Continue for two miles through several sets of traffic lights. Turn left onto Black Park Road. After half a mile turn right into Black Park Country Park.

Please note that parking costs up to £5.70. Payment can be made by card, cash or the Ringo app. For full details, please see Buckinghamshire Council's website.

There is a contactless Ringo payment option for parking. To avoid additional time spent in the car park, it's recommended you download the Ringo App in advance and use this on the day.

There are capacity issues at the car park, therefore it's strongly recommended you allow plenty of time to park. Please aim to arrive at the cabin 15mins ahead of your booking time, having used the facilities.

By train: 

Langley Station is 3.5 miles from Go Ape (a one-hour walk / or a short cab ride away.)

Connecting trains include Reading, Maidenhead, Burnham, Slough, Ealing Broadway and London Paddington.


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