Leisure facilities

Whether you are a keen walker, horse-rider, cyclist or golfer you are well catered for in Woking Borough.

Armchair sportsmen and women can also enjoy local soccer matches and basketball games when Woking FC and Woking Blackhawks are 'at home' at Kingfield.

There are an impressive 14 golf courses across Woking Borough, many of which offer pay and play facilities. Crazy golf - and bookable tennis courts - can be found at Woking Park, and Mr Mulligan's Pirate Golf can be found in Old Woking, at Hoebridge Golf Course.

Walkers and cyclists alike benefit from the upgraded towpath along the Basingstoke Canal and River Wey.

Woking Miniature Railway Society operates Mizens Railway, a family attraction on a pretty 10-acre site in Knaphill, Woking. It's open for passenger rides on Sundays from May to September, plus special dates through the year such as Easter, Mothers' Day and the popular 'Santa Specials' before Christmas.

There are a range of self-guided walks available on the Woking Borough Council website, which cover Woking Borough and its surrounds. If you'd like to find out more about Woking's history whilst getting some gentle execise, Heritage Walks are led by a local historian around some of Woking's villages and places of interest.