Wargrave offers a selection of village shops, businesses and traditional pubs along with its own primary and secondary school. The High Street has a thriving independent coffee shop, two restaurants and Antique and gift shops. The proximity of the River Thames makes Wargrave ideally placed for water sports. The thriving Wargrave Boating Club offers canoeing, punting and rowing and is closely associated with the annual Wargrave and Shiplake regatta which has taken place since 1867. Wargrave Station connects with the mainline station at Twyford, and onward to Paddington, Reading and Oxford. The recreation ground in Upper Wargrave has football pitches, a playground, a popular cricket and tennis club with 8 floodlit courts and there are lovely woodland walks.
- River and Parks: River Thames, Mill Green, Wargrave Festival
- Shopping: High Street boutiques, Wargrave Village Market
- Dining and Entertainment: The St.George and Dragon, the Bull, Wargrave Theatre Train
- Schools: Robert Piggott Church of England School, The Piggott School, Wargrave Pre-School
Residents and visitors can unwind with leisurely walks along the riverbank, enjoy picnics by the water, or take boat trips on the Thames.