Ambarrow Court is an 8.7 hectare (21.5 acres) Local Nature Reserve.
Bill Hill is a public open space and wildlife haven and the site of a round barrow.
Bluebell Hill is a 2.1 hectare greenspace located in north Bullbrook.
Caesar’s Camp is the remains of an Iron Age hillfort located in coniferous forest.
Edmund’s Green is an attractive 2.3 hectare public open space located to the southern edge of Warfield.
Englemere Pond consists of a shallow acidic lake offering a wide range of habitats.
Farley Copse is a 3.3 hectare, 8.1 acre, broadleaved woodland.
Horseshoe Lake, which covers about 22 acres and is named after its horseshoe-shaped island.
Larks Hill is a 6.7 hectare (16.5 acre) public open space.
Lily Hill Park is a Green Flag awarded 23-hectare public open space.
Longhill Park is a 9.7 hectare (24 acre) site of hay meadow, woodland and playground.
Peacock meadows is composed of 36 hectares of grassland, meadows and woodland.
Piggy Wood is a locally important ancient woodland.
This 13.7-acre Green Flag awarded parkland in Binfield is a valuable countryside resource.
Savernake Park is a 6.5 hectare (16.1 acre) open space.
These are neighbouring sites in the south of the town on the River Blackwater.
Snaprails Park is an attractive 3.5 hectare Green Flag awarded park.
South Hill Park is a Green Flag awarded historic park located south of Bracknell town centre.
Temple Copse, Tinker's Copse and Jock's Copse are 3 closely linked areas of woodland.
Westmorland Park is an 8-hectare Green Flag awarded park in Warfield.
Whitegrove Copse is located to the north of Bracknell, in the parish of Warfield.
Wildmoor Heath is a large 99-hectare lowland heath site.
Wykery Copse is a 3.15 hectare ancient semi-natural woodland